In this article, we take a close look at the Kansa Healing Wand and how you can become educated to use it properly.
The Kansa Healing Wand is a traditional healing tool rooted in Ayurvedic medicine. Ayurveda is an ancient Indian medical system based on the belief that everything is made up of the qualities of the 5 elements.
Ayurveda teaches that the majority of mental, emotional, or physical issues are a result of an imbalance in these three energies.
The Kansa Healing Wand is a natural tool to balance these elements (Vata, Pitta, Kapha) to support vitality, promote health, and give you great looking skin.
What is a Kansa Healing Wand?
Some Highlights of the Kansa include:
- Completely natural
- Free of harmful radiation
- Void of toxic chemicals
- Made from healing Indian metal
- Not an electronic gadget
What Are the Healing Benefits of Kansa Wands?
Its healing power of the wand lies in the historical, golden metal it's made of – Kansa.
Besides its ability to give a tightened, toned appearance, the Kansa Healing Wand has a variety of other impressive benefits including:
- Promotes muscle comfort and reduce facial tension
- Helps to calm the mind and improve mental clarity
- Reduces occasional stress and muscle fatigue
- Promotes vitality
- Encourages the removal of built-up Ama (or the Ayurvedic word for what we may call toxins) in the body
- Supports a healthy cycle of deep, restful sleep
- Calms you down
Purchasing a Kansa Healing Wand
Kansa wands are available in a variety of sizes. Traditionally, they are bused on the face, feet, and body, along with Ayurvedic massage oils.
Below is a breakdown of the three sizes and their uses:
Smaller Kansa Face Wand
This face wand, expressly designed for performing facial massage, features a smooth dome surface. It glides gently across sensitive facial skin. The face wand's smaller surface allows you to easily and accurately reach all areas of the face.
Medium Kansa Face and Body Wand
This slightly larger wand targets the face as well as other points on the body. It features a light, durable handle that allows the user to target specific areas with ease. (No longer available)
Large Kansa Foot Wand
The largest of the three wands features a full, open-shaped dome that works perfectly for targeting the contours of the feet. It has a soft, smooth surface and a specially shaped handle.
You can purchase these three sizes plus the Marma tool as a complete Kansa Tools set. This set saves time and money and allows the user to target all areas of the body.
Kansa Wand Therapy Teaching Program
At first, learning how to perform Kansa Wand Therapy may seem cumbersome. With all the wands to choose from and techniques to learn, proper education is important to get the best results.
So two of my favorite Ayurveda experts, Melanie and Robert Sachs, created a step-by-step Kansa training course. Robert and Melanie have written dozens of books, training manuals and DVD's and teach worldwide. Melanie's book, Ayurvedic Beauty Care, was the first of its kind published in the United States.
The Kansa Wand Teaching Program is based on decades of expertise and first-hand experience. Moreover, the teachings have been tested over a 38 year period and have been proven time and time again to produce guaranteed results.
For Personal or Professional Use
The course has been designed to serve the needs of both home users and spa professionals. It includes two sets of demonstrations – One for home purposes and one for use in a spa setting.
It also explains the various energy points throughout the body, known as Marmas.
Marma points are intersections on the body where two or more types of tissue meet, such as muscles, veins, bones, ligaments or joints. These vital points are where the life force energy or prana is most concentrated. When you stimulate these points with a Kansa wand, the body is encouraged to function at its optimal level.
Here is a complete breakdown of everything included in the Kansa Course Set:
- Intro to Ayurvedic bodywork principles
- All about Kansa
- How Kansa works
- Intro to Marma points and how to open and close them
- Demo of the four original Kansa tools
- Caring for the Kansa Wand
- The Graying Effect
- Thorough demonstration of the four unique protocols for Kansa massage
Besides the extensive training materials, the set also includes several bonuses:
- Free text companion
- Extra demonstrations of a particular protocol designed to relieve anxiety
- Free digital access
About the Creators
Kansa Healing Wand Products & Course
Smaller Kansa Face Wand – $31.50
Medium Kansa Face & Body Wand – $58.50
Large Kansa Foot Wand – $67.50
Kansa Marma Tool – $27
Complete Set of Kansa Wands – $175
Digital Only – $67
Physical Only – $97
Digital & Physical – $97
Whether you're considering the Kansa Healing Wand for personal or professional use, you won't be disappointed. A few years ago while waiting for my baggage at the Santa Barbara airport, I noticed a senior woman next to me with the most beautiful skin I'd ever seen for someone her age. When I told her so and asked her secret, she confessed that she used the tool regularly. That was it for me. I was sold.
In the words of my dear friend Melanie Sachs on why Kansa works, “Traditionally, Kansa is said to pull Pitta or excess fieriness that has accumulated in our tissues out of the body through our skin. Some of this is because of the physical process of friction (rubbing). Kansa was used on the feet to have a drawing effect of heat and strain away from the eyes.”
But all and all, if you're struggling with anxiety, jaw tension, poor skin tone, or any other frustrating aches and pains consider the Kansa Healing Wand. There's a 100% satisfaction 60- day, no questions asked money back guarantee. You can't find the Kansa Healing Wand or course anywhere else, and it actually works!
I hope I've sufficiently covered everything you may want to know about the Kansa Healing Wand and course, but promise me you won't hesitate to ask me questions if you have them in the comment area below. Thank you very much for reading my Kansa Healing Wand review. May your life be blessed.
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Is this your personal review Mother of Health? I wasn’t sure if this is produced by Mr and Mrs Sax
Hi Caroline, Yes, this is my personal review. (My name is Jackie Parker) 🙂 Thanks for asking.
Great article and review, thanks for sharing. I love massages and know they can be good for your body but never before had I heard of a Kansa Healing wand. Its all very intriguing and sounds wonderful. I am most certainly considering purchasing one now.
Thank you for all the wonderful information
hey Livia… Thanks for reading my review and commenting. The wand is especially great for face and feet. I use mine every night to draw tension from my face and get the added skin bonus. xo Jackie
This is my first time hearing about Kansa healing wand, it sounds very interesting and I will definitely try it. I love everything about the idea. Can I ask if; I purchased a wand for myself, how long would you say it will last? How many treatments can I get out of it about?
Thank you for this very interesting post.
Hello Gabby! The Kansa will last a lifetime! It’s made of wood and Kansa metal, so it won’t ever wear out.
I have been really getting into things that can relax the mind and body. I have never heard of this until I just stumbled onto your page. I was watching the video and she said you cant even tell that it is metal touching your skin. Is that due to the oils and temperature of the wand? I’m very curious about this now!
Hi Kenny! Thanks for connecting. It’s true. The wand feels like the touch of warm skin, so you can’t tell it’s a tool.
Hi! Interesting post, I’ve always been fascinated with arvuyeda and would like to try some of it’s methodologies some day. Never heard of that healing wand before but I bet it would be beneficial to use especially if it’s based from the 5 elements. Cool idea, makes total sense.
Thanks for this post!
Hi Dawna, Thanks for taking the time to say ‘hi’!
Very interesting review, have been researching information about the Kansa wand for some time. Can you please give me information about how I can go ahead with purchasing one of the course, many thanks
All the links are in the post above. I just checked them all and they seem to be working correctly, so please let me know if I can help further.
This sounds very interesting. Is there a certification course needed to become a Kansa wand technician or practitioner?
Yes, the course is offered both digitally here but you can also study in person with Melanie and Robert. They are really wonderful people. Here’s the link to their classes. http://www.diamondwayayurveda.com/classesandevents.html Let me know if you need anything else.
I don’t live any where near the classes to get certified. Is there a home/online courses to provide this?
You can find the link for the Kansa Wand Course here. https://motherofhealth.com/kansa-healing-wand-and-course-review. It’s the same course they teach in Central California. Please let me know if you have anything else I can help you with.
Hi, very excited to have found this tool. It will be usefull all over.
I do have the question when useing it on the face, can it be every day? And the stomach ad well.
Thank you so much.
Yes, there’s no reason why you cannot use the Kansa wand daily. If you have more questions, please ask. Thank you!
With the course and certification, can you do this legally in a business setting? I do not have a licence for massage, I want to add it to my aromatherapy job.
Every state has different requirements for touching people Karen, so check with your state laws.
After taking the course, will I get certified, and can I add this to .y aromatherapy business, I am not licenced for massage.
Some reviews I’ve read stated the wand left black streaks on their faces. What guarantee you give that this wand won’t do the same.
If there are acids in your skin (my experience is that it depends on what I ate the day prior) the wand can make gray marks on your face. For me, it’s not an issue since I use it before bed (and before I wash my face.) It easily washes off. Don’t let that stop you from using it. It’s minor considering its skin benefits.
Hi, I just recently purchased a kansa face wand. I have read a little about them and definitely wanted to try. I have only used a couple times and once on my feet. My question is…as I have not thoroughly researched, I am wondering about the effect this wand could have on certain organs of the body ie the thyroid. I have not paid attention to my neck much other than the wrinkles I was acquiring with age. After using the wand a couple times I noticed what appeared to be some swelling in the thyroid part of my neck. Is there any chance this wand could have “enflamed” that? I do have a family history of thyroid issues so maybe it comes from that? I definitely want to keep using it on my neck but wanted to question that first.
Also, when I used this on my feet, it almost immediately brought enough blood to the surface of them that that looked black and blue. This startled me enough to stop immediately and I have not used it on them since. My feet are quite “finicky” with potential plantar fasciitis so I want to keep using it but this reaction made me stop. Is it important to only rub this wand in certain directions on the body…feet etc?
Thank you for your input! I appreciate it!
Regarding your thyroid question, I’m going to forward it to The Ayurveda Experience so that one of their doctors can respond. As for your feet, I’m sure what you are referring to is the Greying effect. The primary reason for this is because of acidity. Acidity reacts with the metal (copper, tin and trace of zinc) and creates the greyness on the skin. It’s completely harmless and positive. You are eliminating toxins, decreasing your body’s acidity, and bringing your body to a higher level of balance and wellness. It will wipe off with a little facial oil or a mild cleanser.
Here is the response I received back from The Ayurveda Experience:
” The wand does not have an influence on the thyroid gland. Any sign of inflammation of the gland should always be discussed with a doctor. However, neck being a tender area, should only be massaged gently and if there is an apparent swelling of the thyroid gland, that area may be avoided and the doctor’s instructions should be followed.
The rush of blood to the periphery on massaging the soles is a physiological event occurring after massage. But the foot again should be massaged gently, particularly if the skin of the soles is thinner in comparison to others. A bluish tinge which remains there even after stopping the massage and cleaning the area should be discussed with the doctor and advice followed thereof.”
I hope this helps! Please let me know if I can be of further help.
I was thinking about purchasing the course online because I do not live in the states in which you offer classes. If I purchase the home/online course how do I become certified as a Kansa wand technician or practitioner? Does it come with a the ability to download a certificate upon completion of the course or is there some sort of test in which after passing you receive a certificate? I work in Holistic wellness center and I would love to add this service to my clients.
The beauty of on-line learning is that it doesn’t matter where you live. You can take the course from anywhere in the world. There is not a test or certification from taking the instruction. Rather, you will just know how to use the wand properly. I happen to live close by to Melanie & Robert Sachs and have taken a few training classes with them. I love their teaching style so much, I decided to affiliate for their courses. You will not be disappointed! Please let me know if I can answer any more of your questions or help in any way.
Thank you very much for this artcle. Just like majority readers here I stumbled on the article.
I work as a sports massues in Stockholm, Sweden and would love to do the course. Need to save first, but will definitely att the on-line course in the near future.
Thank you very much.
Greetings from Sweden
Thank you so much for taking the time to introduce yourself and connect. 🙂 The wand and course are really great tools. I use the wand regularly in my practice and the instruction will teach you how to use it properly. If I can help further, please do not hesitate to connect again. 🙂 Jackie
I already use Kansa wand its been 4 days now, just wanted to know can someone else use the same wand that I use? Also, I use the Kansa wand after washing my face at night and it leaves me with a little grey face so i just wife that off with a grey tissue and sleep hope that is a correct method?
Yes, my daughter and I share a wand and there’s no problem with that. I just wipe it off with a clean cloth each time i use it. The graying effect is normal and is what it should do. Again, just use a damp washcloth to wipe your face afterward.