EAR CANDLING By Amy Preston, Beauty Therapist @ Zen-Chi Natural Therapies & Wellness Centre

Ear Candling is an ancient and natural therapy handed down by many civilisations. The practice reached the modern world via native American Hopi Indians (it’s interesting to note that Hopi means peaceful people). The candles are still made today based on the old traditional formula originating from the Hopi Indians.

How do Hopi Ear Candles Work? The candles are simple to use, are safe and may be very effective. The candles are handmade with natural ingredients of beeswax. The candles work on a chimney principle, drawing any impurities to the surface where they can be gently removed. The candles are lit and gently placed in the ear. The flame then acts as a vacuum suction and secretion flow is gently stimulated and the vapour collects and removes impurities and deposits. It’s a very relaxing treatment, and you may feel a bit of warmth and hear a gentle crackling sound which is very peaceful and calming.  Such a relaxing treatment to clear the ear canals of accumulated debris and stimulate the flow of energy to the entire head area.

Though results may vary from person to person, some of our clients have reported the candles to be helpful with:

  • Sinus problems
  • Earaches
  • Tinnitus
  • Headaches
  • Sore Throats
  • Allergies
  • Colds and Flus
  • Swimmers Ear
  • Excessive Ear Wax
  • Relaxing and calming effect in cases of stress

To book an appointment please contact Zen Chi: www.zen-chi.net.au

Debbie Webber

Debbie Webber is the pioneer of award winning wellness centre, Zen Chi Therapies and each month one of her team members will write about the modality they specialise in at Zen Chi.

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