About Ear Candling
Ear candling is an ancient remedy believed to have come from Egypt. It was used for both practical & well-being purposes.
It is thought that the Ancient Egyptians have been using Ear Candling since 2500 BC.
Information about Ear Candling have been found in many of the ancient civilisations. With its long tradition of use around the world, Ear Candling is continuing to increase in popularity.
Many people are beginning to see the positive benefits of Ear Candling & it's simple potential to help people to help themselves in a natural and effective way.
Disclaimer: Ear candling should not be used as a substitute for medical diagnosis and treatment. If symptoms persist, please consult your medical health practitioner.
What is an Ear Candling session like?
Your Practitioner will ask to you lie on your side.
A hollow Ear Candle will be placed into the ear canal & lit.
The process can take anywhere from 8 – 20 minutes per ear depending on the size & thickness of the Ear Candle.
It is of the utmost importance that you only have your ears candled by a qulaified Ear Candling Practitioner, who uses superior quality Ear Candles.
The ear candling process overall is very soothing & relaxing.
PLEASE NOTE: Both ears must be Ear Candled to maintain your inner ear balance.
Some people may experience a sense of wellbeing and relaxation.
Does Ear Candling hurt?
Absolutely not! It is a painless, and a totally relaxing experience.
(REMEMBER: to attend an Ear Candling appointment with a qualified trained Ear Candling practitioner.)
How often should I have Ear Candling done?
Initially, most people need just 2 or 3 sessions to provide a sense of wellbeing…..However, some may need up to eight sessions over a six month period.
Once you obtain a sense of wellbeing, personal preference should determine how often you ear candled for personal maintenance. Generally every change of season is practical.
Who can benefit from ear candling?
Ear Candling may assist almost everyone, from infants to adults.
However there are various groups of people who may benefit more than others. They include:
Musicians (especially singers and horn blowers)
People who wear hearing aids
Anyone who works with loud noises
Tradespeople / factory workers
People who fly
Divers / swimmers / surfers
Anyone who sleep on their sides
Who should not have an
ear candling treatment?
Ear Candling should not be done to people who have ear tubes, perforated eardrums or artificial eardrums, if you are unsure if ear candling will be of benefit to you, please consult your health practitioner.
"Before having my ears candled my head was always thick and heavy, almost as if my head was filled with sand and my sinuses always felt like there was a heavy load of pressure on them. Having my ears candled made me feel as though my head was as light as a feather and I no longer have pain or discomfort in my sinuses. I can breath through my nose and my hay-fever is half as bad as it used to be. The feeling after an ear candling session is almost addictive, when you get that first rush of air up your nostrils you wonder how you ever coped before you met Kerry."
Kate, Brighton SA
"My son used to suffer with really bad chest infections when he got a cold. (Sometimes they would even turn into an Asthma attack.) The muck from his nose used to run down the back of his throat and go down onto his chest, and cause an infection. Since Kerry has been candling his ears, he very rarely gets and cold, and when he does, it hardly ever goes down onto his chest. I also cannot believe how much wax and muck comes out of his ears. I highly recommend ear candling to anyone who has sinus & cold problems. My whole family has their ears candled 2/3 times per year."
Relieved Mum, Seacliff Park