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Thermo-auricular Therapy

Ear Candling Ritual (For Berlin Customers Only)

  • 1 hour
  • 50 euros
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

King Tut and his Egyptian contemporaries practiced ear candling thousands of years ago – as did the people of China, Tibet and other ancient cultures. Ear candling, a traditional therapy, was popularized by the Hopi Native Tribe of the American South-West. The modern incarnation of the treatment is primarily based on the form used by the Hopi (meaning "Peaceful People") Aboriginals who possess great medicinal knowledge and spirituality. The Hopi Nation are renowned for their extensive healing skills. The original use of ear candles was for aura and spiritual cleansing for purifying. They were used to cleanse and harmonize the different energy fields of the body. Equally they were also used in initiation rituals and healing ceremonies. The importance and use of ear candles is illustrated in numerous ancient wall paintings including those found within the caves of the Grand Canyon. Quite different from conventional wax candles, a Hopi Ear Candle is actually a cotton tube, impregnated with beeswax, honey and therapeutic oils, that is painlessly inserted into the ear to draw out impurities and relieve pressure in the head and sinuses. Who it benefits? Hopi Ear Candles can benefit conditions affecting the head and ears such as sinus congestion, ear noises and excessive earwax. The rising air through the column of the candle and gentle natural movement of the flame serve to gently massage the ear drum. This has an immediate subjective effect of regulating ear pressure. Users often describe a soothing, light sensation in the ear/head area and a general calming, relaxing effect. It is often used by people with: • Tinnitus • Excessive ear wax • Sinusitis • Colds • Glue ear • Tension headaches • Hay fever and rhinitis • Stress This Session includes: Aroma Therapy Sound Therapy Head & Neck Massage

Contact Details

+49 1521 4852074

Online, Based in Berlin Berlin, Germany

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