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Ear Candling

Learn how to give a relaxing and relieving, gentle Ear Candling treatment to others and become a qualified practitioner, able to charge clients for this service.

Ear Candling is ancient and natural therapy offers physical benefits, relieving a range of conditions in today’s world.  It is believed the Ancient Greeks were the first to use ear candles before the practice migrated to America where native American Hopi Indians used it widely, giving this practice its modern name today – Hopi Ear Candling Therapy.

Ear Candling is also known as Thermal Auricular Therapy is a pleasant, gentle and non-invasive treatment of the ears, used to treat a variety of conditions. Through inducing revitalising heat upon the head and ears, the ear candles sooth, relieve and relax.

This workshop is ideal for beginners with no massage experience or therapists looking to add this popular therapy to their existing treatments. At the end of this 1/2-day course you will be able to give a relaxing and relieving, gentle Ear Candling treatment to others. You will receive a ‘Practitioner’s Certificate’ and will be provided with a comprehensive manual for your reference when practising with your own clients.

The Ear Candling Diploma Workshop has been awarded 5 CPD points (Continuing Professional Development) by the Guild of Holistic Therapists, BABTAC and the CMA.

For more information including upcoming dates for this workshop, please email Refocus Workshops on info@refocus-workshop.co.uk call 01273 424973or visit www.refocus-workshop.co.uk/ear_candling_course.

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Upcoming dates

Book Now – 24 Sept 16 Fee: £125.00 Deposit: £30.00, Newbury  10a.m. – 4p.m.

 


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Date:
Saturday, 24th September 2016

Time:
10am - 4pm

Cost:
£125 (deposit £30)

Includes a ‘Practitioner’s Certificate’ and a comprehensive reference manual.

Booking required – please contact the workshop facilitator.

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