Hopi ear candling is referred to as “ear candling” or “ear coning”. Although its origins have roots in different cultures, the peculiar
name comes from the Hopi Indian tribe of North Arizona. Prior to the Hopi Indians, ear candling was reportedly popular in Ancient Greek civilization where it was practised more for spiritual purposes than for physical benefits. Apparently,
this hasn’t changed much over the centuries, ear candling is still used as a relaxation technique
How does it work?
Basically, Hopi ear candling involves inserting a cylindrical candle into the ear, which is then lit. The candle is usually made from fabric coated material
with natural ingredients of beeswax, chamomile or honey extracts. At this point, the heat emanated from the candle creates a vacuum in the ear canal. The treatment is completely safe and non-invasive.
What are the benefits?
The relaxation effects of Hopi ear candling are very calming to
the mind and body. Each session lasts for about 40 minutes, during which you will be lying peacefully on a comfortable bed whilst listening to relaxing music. Close your eyes and enjoy the beautiful sensation that spreads throughout your body, you may
find yourself sleeping without even realising it!
For some Clients the physical benefits can be relieving sinus infections, relieving
itchy ears caused by irritation, helping to unplug ears and headaches