Hopi Ear Candling

Hopi ear candle treatments are a relaxing and pain-free experience. As well as reducing pressure in the ears and sinuses, the treatment can induce a state of calm, beneficial to those who suffer from tinnitus, vertigo, headaches and migraines.

 

Hopi ear candles should not be used during if you have an ear infection, perforated ear drums, inflammation, where there has been any recent ear surgery, or those with ear grommets or tubes, or where the sufferer has allergies to beeswax or honey.

Hopi Ear Candling does not create suction, or pull ear wax or debris out of the ear. If this were true, the practice of ear candling would be dangerous and uncomfortable.

 

Aftercare

We recommend that after your treatment you should rest and relax. Keep yourself in a calm state of mind.

 

Drink plenty of water just because of the drainage of this massage. You may feel slightly dehydrated.

 

Avoid alcohol, caffeine and tobacco for at least 24 hours post treatment.

 

The best course if treatment is one session a week for six week. This will make the results of the treatments clearer to monitor. Alternatively, a one-off session is very beneficial in itself. 

Contact Us

Telephone: 01206 255 108

We are also available to contact via our Facebook page. Please leave us a message and a member of our team will try and reply to you as soon as possible.

Address

The Great Bentley Retreat

5-7 Beaver House 

Plough Road Centre

Plough Road

Great Bentley 

Colchester

Essex

CO7 8LG

 

Beaver House is located on the Plough Road Business Centre, opposite the Great Bentley Village Hall, to the left of the Bentley Fire Shop.

The Retreat is a short walk from the train station and has parking at the front and rear of the building. Disabled access via ramp and wide door access is available at the rear of the building. 

There are hourly trains that go directly to Great Bentley from Colchester Town, Clacton-on-Sea and Walton-on-the-Naze.