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Kansa Wand Reviews – Too Good To Be True?

For centuries, ancient Ayurvedic wisdom and unique tools, such as Kansa Wand have been used together to enhance health and strength, increase energy, support general well-being & longevity and relieve stress.

You have probably seen one of the many Kansa Wand reviews popping up on the internet and are wondering if Kansa really is an Ayurvedic magic wand or is it just an other bunch of empty promises like so many other products.

Kansa Marma Tool Treatment
Kansa Marma Tool Treatment

Rest assured that you have come to the right place. I have long personal experience with with amazing tool and it’s effects on my body and my face.

This artile will introduce you into how Kansa Wand works, the techniques used and introduces you to it’s benefits:

  • Enhances you beauty by making your skin look more vibrant
  • Introduces unique healing, reviving and deep relaxation experience.
  • No chemical or electronic gadgets
  • Instant results
Kansa Face Wand Treatment
Kansa Face Wand Treatment

My First Kansa Experience

I fist came across Kansa Wand on my travels to India as a 19 year old backpacker. I was suffering from insomnia due to the jet lag, the heat and humidity that hit me like the wall.

The first week of my trip of a lifetime was spent wandering around like a zombie from my inability to sleep in sweaty hostels and guest houses among so many other travelers.

I knew Ayurveda, so I turned for a local guide for help in Jaipur. He introduced me to his mother-in-law, who was an Ayurvedic healer, but spoke no English.

Old Indian Ayurvedic HealerShe invited me to a session in her house,  she indicated she wanted me to undress and lay down on a table and relax. She examined me and then she massaged my body with some strange object that I couldn’t identify.

But it worked wonders! I actually fell asleep on her massage table and she left me rest good 4h in the treatment room before gently waking me up for some ginger tea. I thanked her, she didn’t accept any payment for her help.

I slept like the baby the following nights, completely unaware of my surroundings. It was a miracle and I was eager to know more, I wanted to learn this technique!

Unfortunately my trip schedule did not allow me to stay, as we had booked a train, but I did ask her with the help of her son-in-law  to write down the name of the tool and technique she used. She did, in Hindi!

Beautiful City of Jaipur
Beautiful City of Jaipur

I gifted her a vibrant picture I had painted of her city the previous day and she cried, so did I. We parted forever, but my heart stayed with her.

Occasionally during my trip I went to Ayurvedic healer for treatments always showing the word, some smiled and gave me the treatment, other shrugged their shoulders and treated me with some other massage.

My Studies Into The Magic World of Ayurveda

Months later on in Kerala, South of Indian, I met some students from US, who had Indian roots and were traveling around the country with the train like I did. They invited me to stay with their family.

The experience was wonderful, hospitality overwhelming. Not only did I find out what that word

कंस मालिश दीवार

meant, but the daughter of the house was learning about this ancient technique from a master. With some difficulty I was allowed to attend 3 of the teaching sessions the following days, all in Tamil!

Ayurvedic Education
Beginning of my Ayurvedic education

During those days I did not only learn a lot about this wonderful tool and it’s benefits, but also deepened my knowledge in Ayurveda and the herbs. I was sad when it became time to leave home.

Once I got back home I picked up studies in Ayurveda medicine! I started to study Sanskrit as I wanted to understand the ancient secrets. This was not an easy task and 25 years later I am still learning!

Since then I have studied everything I could gotten training in this technique, finally getting my qualifications for it 15 years later in Sri Lanka.

What Is Kansa Wand Exactly And How Does It Work?

The power of this tool is said to come from the ancient, golden metal called Kansa, which is essential part of the tool. In English it’s called Bell metal and is form of Bronze. In India it’s also traditionally used for cooking gear.

Kansa wand is a healing tool, that works by balancing the 3 Ayurvedic doshas of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. According to the Ayurvedic medicine, all the health problems are in fact caused by the dosha inbalances.

Dosha are each a different mixture of the 4 elements
Dosha are each a different mixture of the 4 elements

Additionally the Kansa Wand therapy combines ancient Tibetan knowledge about the bodies marma points and how you can stimulate them with the correct tool, which also consist of Kansa metal.

I am planning on writing an article about marmas, so everyone can learn about their importance in your health very soon, so I hope you return to read it! You can read my article about doshas here:

What Is a Dosha – How It Influences Our Lives

Kansa wands come in different sizes and traditionally are used on the face, the body and the feet together with some Ayurvedic massage oils.

In the Western society Kansa is gaining popularity as an amazing beauty treatment, with it’s immediate skin tightening and vitalizing effects.

However the Kansa tools healing benefits are even more impressive and include:

  • Calms down the whole nervous system
  • Eases muscle tension
  • Erases stress and tiredness in any muscle group promoting vitality
  • Helps to relax the whole body and eases chronic pains
  • Calms the mind giving you a clear head
  • Helps with insomia and difficulties of falling asleep
  • Improves circulation related problems
  • Removed built up toxins from the body

The list goes on and on and this therapy is used from India to Tibet and Sri Lanka everything possible from common colds, chronic pains, mentail disorders and dementia.

Where Can I Learn More and Buy a Set?

I have original Kansa Wands hand crafted in Sri Lanka where I studied the technique, however it is not possible for everyone to make the same Ayurveda pilgrimage I did!

Therefore I have looked for a long time for a proper program to teach the methods and offer the correct traditional tools for this technique. I finally found them! I can whole heartedly recommend the following:

Complete Original Kansa Tools Set $175

Original Kansa Tools Set
Original Kansa Tools Set

The Complete Original Kansa Tools Set is the perfect opportunity to get started with your Kansa massage – a super saver pack with all the Kansa tools. No need to buy the tools separately. It includes:

  • Kansa Face Wand – pecifically designed for face massage. The smooth dome surface can be moved across the face in gentle, light ways for the sensitive skin on the face.
  • Medium Kansa Face and Body Wand – multi functional design: the shape of the dome allows you to use it on the face as well as different points of the body.
  •  Large Kansa Foot Wand – The wide and open shaped dome works with the full contours of the foot, allowing you to access the general energy of the foot.
  • Marma tool – perfect for reflexology and for addressing Marma points in the body

The Kansa Course – DVD Set $97

Kansa Wand Therapy Teaching Program
Kansa Wand Therapy Teaching Program

This fantastic course gives you a in depth knowledge about Kansa including it’s history and traditional usages.

It introduces you all the 4 tools and teaches you the different uses of these tools either for self-massage or  performing treatments on clients. It shows you which one to pick for which purpose.

A wonderful video set that can teach you the basics about Kansa Wand therapy and all the main principles behind it!

Marma Points of Ayurveda: the Energy Pathways for Healing Body, Mind, and Consciousness $65

Marma Point and Ayurveda
Marma Point and Ayurveda

This book will teach you the knowledge of the bodies energy points, marmas.

It discussed the usage of these techniques in Ayurveda massage and how they relate to detox, acupressure, aromatherapy, yoga practice and  meditation.

The Marma Points, also called Bindu of Ayurveda are mystic points that open pathways to the inner sanctity of the body.

Once stimulated these pathways direct the body to produce exactly what it needs- hormones, neuro-chemicals, the mind and consciousness.

Youthful Skin Massage Oils for Men and Women $34.95

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Special set with an oil for him and her. Enhance the benefits of the ayurvedic daily massage with our specially-blended Youthful Skin Massage Oils. More easily absorbed by the skin than most regular massage oils, these precise blends of ayurvedic herbs and aromas rejuvenate the body quickly.

They promote healthy circulation; help balance mind and emotions; support resistance to stress; and promote natural energy throughout the day and a deeper quality of sleep.

 

Final Words

I hope you have enjoyed my personal Kansa experience, it is closely related to the story why I got so deeply involved with Ayurveda in the first place.

As a cancer patient it is extremely difficult for me to relax due to intense pains I am often experiencing. I hate taking any medication for my pains, but instead use as many natural methods as possible!

Besides Ayurveda, which with it’s methods and herbs offers a large variety of pain reliefs, I also use meditation for pain management, you can read about my experiences here:

Pain Management With Meditation

Kansa wands offer an really  amazing deep relax experience, which is hard to beat. Relaxing is extremely important as too much stress leads to a lot of health problems. Read about how meditation helps with stress in my article here:

10 Benefits From Meditation – Ready To Make A Change?

You should also take a look at my review about an amazing anti-aging kit offer which contains the complete kansa wand set:

Best Skin Care Products For Women Over 50

If you have any questions and comments, please let me know. I would be delighted to get you started with this amazing technique and if you are interested to try it out, I can give you a free trial session!

Love and Energy,

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