Course About Hopi Ear Candling
This comprehensive course gives a simple introduction, insight and instruction into all the areas required to become a Hopi Ear Candling Practitioner. The course is open to both practicing holistic therapists and practitioners and anyone else who has a desire to learn this skill. No previous knowledge is required, however we do strongly recommend that before using this therapy on the public that you also attend a workshop to gain hands on experience.
The candling treatment helps to re-balance the pressure in and around the eardrum, soothing and calming many symptoms. The process of Hopi candling involves a specially designed hollow candle being inserted just inside the ear canal. The candle is then lit and the suction that is formed draws the impurities from within the ear. This process is known as ‘the chimney effect’. The rising air gives the ear drum a gentle massage and also helps to regulate ear pressure. A small amount of ear wax may also be removed during the treatment.
- History of Hopi Ear Candling
- Function and complications surrounding earwax
- Anatomy of the ears, nose and throat.
- Issues that benefit from the use of Hopi Ear Candles
- About the make up of the candles
- The way in which the candles actually work
- Practitioner preparation
- The treatment process
- Practitioner Insurance
Hopi Ear Candling has many positive benefits and can help with a variety of conditions of the ear including deafness caused by excess wax, congested sinuses, irritation in the ears, ringing or noises in the ears, tinnitus, rhinitis, glue ear, colds, flu, headaches and migraines. As their action is so gentle Hopi Ear Candles are ideal for all ages and especially beneficial for children and elderly people.