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Ear Candling

Ear Candling appears to date back to many ancient cultures. People from Tibet, China, Egypt, the Pre-Columbian Americas, and possibly even the mythical city of Atlantis, participated in ear candling. Ear Candles date back to 2500 BC in ancient Egypt, where candles were made from flax (a plant by-product). Production of ear candles may have coincided with the domestication of the honeybee and the availability of wax. 

Mayan, Aztec, and American Indians used ear candles, too. Some Indian tribes blew herbal smoke into the ear through a cone-shaped object. Ear candling was considered "a spiritual process for clearing the mind and senses." Additionally, the process was used for "physiological cleansing" and "spiritual purification" before initiation rites and rituals.

Ancient Greeks used ear candling for "cleansing, purifying, and healing on a spiritual basis" and later for "physical benefits". American Hopi Indians of northern Arizona demonstrated candling in paintings of initiation rites and healing ceremonies.

During your session, Jillian will incorporate lymphatic stimulation to help open the ear canal and aromatherapy, all included in your price. 

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  • Relieves sinus pressure and pain

  • Cleanses the ear canal

  • Improves hearing

  • Assists lymphatic circulation

  • Regulates pressure

  • Helps with swimmer's ear

  • Sharpens the senses of smell, taste, and color perception

  • Helps remove bacteria such as Candida

  • Stops tinnitus (ringing in the ear)

  • Helps TMJ pain and stiffness

  • Relieves Vertigo

  • Fortifies the central nervous system

  • Releases blocked energy

  • Reduces stress and tension

  • Helps open and align the chakras

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Gua Sha

Gua Sha tools can help assist in a more even and deeper release of lymph build up and cellular wastes. These things may contribute to unnecessary inflammation and pressure within the ear canal wall lining. Gua Sha tools can help increase circulation of the blood cells and your body's immune response will be stimulated. 

The Flat Angle of the Gua Sha tool helps smooth lymph and relieves tension. 

The Double Curved option helps promote specific areas of blood circulation. 

The Round Tip allows for trigger point acupressure to the meridian and helps release fascia knots. 

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