Updated: Jun 15, 2020


Unfortunately not all treatments are for everyone. Please check our contraindications list to make sure you avoid disappointment.

  • Suffering with a infectious disease.

  • Anybody with a high fever

  • Suffering with a contagious skin disease

  • Anyone under the influence of drink or drugs

  • Pregnancy within the first trimester

  • Haemophilia

  • A cancer patient

  • Recent ear surgery, head or neck injury

  • Tumours of the ear

  • Grommets

  • Perforated ear drum, artificial ear drums

  • Cysts in the ear

  • Ear drains (tubes) are present

  • Mastoiditis (inflammation of the bone behind the ear) in its acute phase

The following conditions require consent from your GP before massage can be undertaken.

  • A patient in remission for cancer

  • High/low blood pressure

  • Epilepsy

  • Diabetes

  • Circulatory problems such as thrombosis, blood clots, dvt


  • *Ear wax/residue may naturally work its way out of the ear over the following 24-48 hours, this is normal (I recommend that you protect your pillows with a towel to prevent staining of your bedding).

  • Do not submerge your head under water for 24 hours after your treatment and try to avoid cold air blowing into your ears.

  • Do not insert anything, including cotton buds inside your ears.

  • Drinking plenty of water, squash or herbal teas to help eliminate  toxins and flush out the lymphatic system.

  • If you experience a runny nose please blow it rather than sniffing.

  • If you had a bit of a cold at the time of your treatment please note your symptoms may get worse.

  • You should leave a minimum of 48 hours between treatments.

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867a Forest Road, London E17 4AT

020 8527 9595

Tuesday 10am - 8pm

Wednesday 9.30am - 8pm

Thursday 9.30am - 8pm

Friday 9.30am - 8pm

Saturday 9.30am - 5.30pm

Earlier and later appointment can be arranged with individual therapists.

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