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Lally Massage/Bowsage Therapy
located in Statesville call Michelle 704-929-9757
Zen Dog Salon
Located in Mooresville call Lisa 704-491-2450
Organic Salon LKN
Located in Mooresville  call Lea  704-883-6564


$60 per session


The healing properties of the Candling, has two primary physical actions.

Firstly, the slight under pressure (the chimney effect) inside the Ear Candle and the vibration of the rising air column serve to gently massage the ear drum and promote secretion in the frontal and paranasal sinuses.

This has an immediate subjective effect of regulating and balancing ear pressure. Users often describe a soothing, light sensation in the ear and head area.

Secondly, the locally applied warmth stimulates vascularization, invigorates the immune system and reinforces the flow of lymph. At the same time, important acupuncture points and reflex zones are stimulated.

Ear candles are soothing, helpful and excellent in the treatment of:

  • Sinusitis

  • Headaches
  • T.M.J. or jaw pain
  • Ear aches
  • Otitis Externa
  • Tropical Ear
  • Tinnitus
  • Ear Noise
  • Many stress related symptoms
  • Balancing Ear Pressure
  • Nervousness

The effect after treatment is a soothing, pressure and pain relieving sensation, mainly in the ear and head regions.

Clearer nasal breathing and an improved sense of smell (even when the nose was blocked before treatment) are often experienced, as well as a wonderful relaxed feeling, a deep sense of security and a feeling of happiness are often experienced. These benefits have been well known through fifteen years of experience.

How it is done.

Ear candles are mounted in a hole cut into a paper plate to prevent hot wax or falling ashes from spilling onto the person having their ears done. Good quality ear candles are made from pure beeswax, and because of the candle's construction there is little if any wax drip. As a precaution, a glass of water is kept handy to extinguish the flame. This procedure generally takes 10-20 minutes per ear.

A small, soft towel is placed around the person's ear while he lies on his side. The person performing the procedure gently places the narrow cone end of the candle into the entrance of the ear canal. The tube-shaped candles are made from unbleached cotton cloth soaked in beeswax. The candle is lit and through a process called convection, softer ear waxes will be drawn into the base of the candle. The softer ear waxes may contain trapped pollen, airborne dust and dirt, and even ear mites or small insects. When excess wax is removed, the trapped impurities go with it.

Some ear candling procedure s will cleanse the ear canal, improve hearing, relieve ear aches and relieve sinus pressure. A few may experience clearer eyes, fortify the central nervous system, release blocked energy and help stabilize emotions.