Ear Candling For Practitioners

Date: 17 September 2022

Location: Dorking

Course times: 10.00 - 16.00 (please arrive 30 minutes early to sign in)

Prerequisite: Any qualified therapist (to be accepted for FHT membership and insurance, therapists must hold a prerequisite of a Level 3 Therapy).

CPD points: 5

Course content: Ear candling is an ancient practice that has been used for centuries in many cultures throughout the world using hollowed candles made from natural ingredients such as beeswax and cotton. A non-invasive therapy, ear candling uses a long beeswax and cotton"candle" placed into the ear: the candle is lit, and a vacuum is created within the ear canal. Excess earwax is drawn out of the ear canal gently through a process known as convection as well as the gentle warming of ear wax which is drawn through the candle.

It is possible to combine this treatment with a wide range of other complementary therapies. Students will build upon this knowledge and gain an understanding of all the practical aspects of Ear Candling and how to deliver this in a holistic environment, combined with a therapy of their choice. We will discuss the pros and cons of using different treatments.

This seminar will cover: How to perform an Ear Candling treatment with Hopi candles

Course tutor: Principal of Lucis College, Shirley has been teaching a wide range of complementary therapies to practitioner level for 25 years. She is author of Crystal Alchemy and has run workshops and given talks for FHT for the last 15 years. 

What you'll need: Pen and Paper, Lunch

Additional information: Students will be issued with Information books which they can take away. Students should come prepared to carry out treatments - all materials will be provided for this by Lucis College and Ear Candles will be available to purchase at reduced prices. As we will be doing treatments both on each other and the public, uniform is preferred but not mandatory.

Maxumim class number: 14

Course price:  FHT members: £100 /  Non-members: £120


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