Ear Candling

Ear Candling

Package of 3 Treatments:$72
Package of 5 Treatments:$120
Ear candling has been around for centuries and originated in ancient civilizations such as China, India, and Egypt. The Native American culture, such as the Aztec and Mayan civilizations used ear candling in healing and purification before initiation rites.
An ear candle, sometimes called an ear cone, is a long hollow tube tapered to a hand-finished tip that fits comfortably into the ear.
The large end of the candle is lit and the smoke gently dislodges foreign debris, softens old ear wax and helps to evaporate excess moisture. This is believed to relieve ear ache pain, provide relief from the pressure in the sinuses and allow the ear to naturally push out the ear wax.
The ear candling process is also believed to detoxify the lymphatic system and clear the sinuses, which can also improve the clarity of hearing, sight, smell and taste. More subtle changes may occur on an energy level resulting in greater emotional stability and an overall sense of well-being.
Using ear candles is generally more comfortable and less expensive than conventional methods, which can be painful. Ear candling is a non-invasive peaceful, relaxing and actually quite pleasant experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

No! You should not have ear candling performed if you have any damage to the eardrum, ear tubes, congenital hearing loss, ankylosis of the stapes, acute mastoiditis, or recent surgical procedures to the ear.

You may, for a short time, feel a bit of pressure in your ears following a session. This is normal. We recommend you not fly or get fluid in your ears for 24 hours after a candling session.

While many find ear candling to be an effective procedure, everyone is different and we can't guarantee results.

It’s good to do the procedure quarterly or twice a year. If you feel like you may be coming down with a cold or virus, you should candle at that time and the healing process will start right away! This aids the immune system in healing.

If you suspect that you have an inner ear infection, we recommend that you see your doctor. Ear candling is not intended to replace medical treatment.

Absolutely! All age groups may enjoy this procedure.

Not at all; in fact, many report the experience is surprisingly relaxing and soothing. You may hear crackling sounds during your session - this is normal, and not uncomfortable.