The Kansa Wand

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.

The Kansa Wand provides gentle friction to facial muscles which helps pull acidity from the tissues. If fact, as it is used on the face, oils will often get grey or black if acids are present in the skin.
Another advantage of this treatment is the subtle electrical conductivity of the bronze metal, which may explain how this therapy improves the body’s natural electrical balancing system.
Tools like this have been used for centuries in India to enhance health and strength, and to increase energy, and reduce stress. They are believed to be essential to optimal health and well-being.
Other benefits of Kansa Wand Face Massage:

• Revitalizes face, shoulder, and neck muscles
• Gently lifts facial skin
• Reduces face pain, head pain and tension
• Reduces acidity
• Detoxifying
• Unifies body, mind and spirit

Sessions are approximately 15-20 minutes and work is done on the face starting with the forehead, going down the right side, and then up the left side and and ending back at the forehead.
Small circular strokes are made, followed by larger circles around the eyesand cheek bones, and long friction strokes are made around the jaw.
A longer session (45 minutes – one hour) involves massage on the back, shoulders, and neck