- Mary Dalgleish & Lesley Hart
- Paperback/113 Pages
Written by Mary Dalgleish & Lesley Hart
- The only introductory text designed specifically for classroom use
- Emphasis on practical application
- Interesting, relevant case histories provide context
- ‘Where to go from here’ section encourages students to pursue their interests
- References to contraindications and physiological complaints assume no prior knowledge
- FAQs included at the end of each chapter
Designed to inspire and to motivate, Ear Candling in Essence provides students with an exciting and accessible introduction to ear candling.
Ear candling, or thermal-auricular therapy as it is sometimes known, has been used for millennia. This fascinating book covers the history of ear candling from its use by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Romans and Aztecs to other world cultures including the Hopi Indians by whose name the treatment is often referred today. The book includes information on the anatomy and physiology of the ear, nose and throat, the benefits of ear candling and the contraindications to treatment. It then concentrates on practical application with step-by-step colour photographs and instruction on the treatment and massage techniques.
Written in an accessible style with numerous FAQs, case studies and summaries, this book is the perfect introduction for students on short courses, professional therapists topping up their skills, and anyone wanting to learn more about the history and practice of ear candling.
The authors are practicing therapists and experienced tutors. Lesley Hart is a co-pincipal of Hands on Training and teaches in Dubai and the UK. Whilst Mary Dalgleish teaches for Hands on Training, LCICI, Maureen Burgess School of Reflexology and Morley, Merton & Kingston Colleges.
“This attractively presented and easily accessible book is very thorough and addresses all aspects of Ear Candling comprehensively … the authors do the subject justice and the publishers have produced an attractive book with plenty of helpful photographs and diagrams along the way. I have no hesitation in recommending it to students and tutors alike.” Marion Fewkes.