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Ear candling helps ease anxiety and stress

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By Jill O'Donoghue from Killarney Toning and Beauty Studio

Did you know that ear candling can stimulate the blood and energy flow in the body? It can also help people suffering from tinnitus, blocked ears, sore throats, hay fever, and sinusitis.

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So, how does it work?

You will be asked to lie on your side on a therapy bed and a special candle will be gently inserted in your ear. The burning action of the candle turns to vapour the herbs and essential oils. The vapour is drawn into the ear canal and this performs a massaging function as well as softening any impurities.

Gentle heat from the candle stimulates blood circulation of lymph, increases the cleansing circulation of lymph from lymphatic system. This intensifies the immune system and stimulates energy points and reflex zones. This regulates the pressure system within the ear and head.

We then repeat the treatment on the other ear.

You will then feel deeply relaxed and a lovely calming feeling is what most clients give as feedback, as it's a very soothing treatment and helps to soften ear wax also.

We can incorporate a therapeutic ear, face and neck massage to encourage lymphatic drainage.

Ear candling regenerates pressure in the ears and head. It helps relaxation in conditions of anxiety and stress, helps give balance back to your chakras, is stimulating to the metabolism and lymphatic system and it's also a great way to ease headaches.

This is a great treatment for anyone looking for a deep sense of relaxation, to bring calm and balance back to your life. Even if you have no symptoms, this treatment is for anyone looking to try something new and is suitable for both males and females.

For more information or to book an appointment, call Jill on 064 6632966.

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Massive increase in numbers using local bus services

Passenger numbers on local link buses across Kerry have increased by 1727% from 2020 to 2023 according to local Green Party Candidate for Killarney Diarmaid Griffin. This is the highest […]

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Passenger numbers on local link buses across Kerry have increased by 1727% from 2020 to 2023 according to local Green Party Candidate for Killarney Diarmaid Griffin.

This is the highest increase nationally and is due to the investment by the Department of Transport during this government term.

“This service was lacking in former times, especially in rural areas and is a welcome addition to the countryside and villages of Kerry.’ says Green Party Candidate for Killarney,” said Griffin.

“While in the past, a taxi was the only option for those not cycling or driving. Now a service to Killarney is available every Friday morning from my townland of Barleymount. This is just one example of the network of bus routes criss-crossing the county thanks to local link.”

“This project is a notable success as the figures show. Investment in public transport helps alleviate congestion, increases community cohesion and reduces rural isolation. This is all welcome news for the locality,”

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Two weeks to go to Killarney Musical Society’s production of ‘Michael Collins A Musical Drama’There is less than two weeks to show time for the cast of Killarney Musical Society’s production of ‘Michael Collins A Musical Drama’

Killarney Musical Society held its official launch on Sunday where cast members appeared in full costume ahead of the March 5 – 7 performance at the INEC Arena. The launch was […]

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Killarney Musical Society held its official launch on Sunday where cast members appeared in full costume ahead of the March 5 – 7 performance at the INEC Arena.

The launch was followed by a full rehearsal and director Oliver Hurley was also there to lend a hand.

“We were delighted to introduce our lead characters to you. We had Abbey Theatre players Brigid Delia and Michael, who are the narrators throughout the musical drama. Eamonn De Valera , Harry Boland, Joe Emmett, Arthur Griffith, Cathal Brugha, volunteers and of course the beautiful Kitty Kieran were in full costume,” said KMS PRO Linda O’Donoghue.

“Mother Ireland and her five graceful dancers were fabulous. Our director and choreographer Oliver, our musical director Michael Young and the full cast of 64 were there. The singing was powerful. The music in ‘Michael Collins – A Musical Drama’ is distinctly Irish. People will definitely enjoy it.”

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Get your tickets in the INEC box office, online at universe.com or at the pop-up ticket office in the Laurel’s Pub, Market Cross from 12 pm to 4 pm between February 29 and March 2.

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