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Anam Cara Care Centre         
Reverie Harp Heart & Soul Healing   

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AYURVEDA KANSA WAND - your order helps support the community service of Anam Cara Care Center

The work of Anam Cara Care Centre is a community service however there are many costs involved in providing a free service Nationwide.  As is often said, 'no such thing as a 'free lunch'. 
Providing Kansa Wand Massage at events where ACCC Reverie Harp Heart & Soul Healing is being introduced and ordering Kansa Wands for distribution around New Zealand helps to cover some of these costs and is greatly appreciated.
Kansa (pronounced cuns zah) was first made in the Bronze Age approximately 5000 years ago by the Harappans - the inhabitants of the Indus Valley, the very same culture that is thought to have developed the principles and practices of Ayurveda - India’s ancient holistic healing system. 

KANSA  is a unique alloy of copper and tin combination with a trace of zinc known in the West as bronze (different to brass) that balances the subtle energies of the body.   Kansa was the first of humanity's metal alloys and perhaps the most significant.
Being harder and more durable than other materials available at that time, it enabled these ancient people to create superior metal tools, sacred statues, housewares, bells and gongs as well as weapons and armor. Kansa, or bronze as we would name it, revolutionized the ancient world in many ways.

Said to be one of the most innovative alloys of human kind, it was discovered to have extraordinary beauty enhancing and soothing properties- 

That's where the impressive power of the tool lies - in this golden, historical bronze metal Kansa - said to be the healing metal of India - Kansa is all natural, involving no electronic gadgets or harmful radiations or even chemicals.

Known for the amazing healing properties and electromagnetic conductivity, the Kansa tool works most naturally and safely which is an advantage of this treatment as the subtle electrical conductivity of the bronze metal,  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 in the Ayurvedic healing traditions.

A wooden, hand-carved handle makes it easy using moderate pressure, delicate stroking or rapid friction easy on the face, shoulders, and neck areas and the feet.

Organic Jojoba oil, along with essential oils, are used in the massage, which helps the wand to glide carefully over the face, providing a warm, relaxing, and comfortable sensation.

Kansa is considered to be the healing metal of Ayurveda, the Science of Health and Longevity practiced throughout the East. 

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.

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

The KANSA WAND works wonders for a face-lift, stress-relief and skin rejuvenation!

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 eyes and 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.

The KANSA WAND  foot massage is an ancient treatment for wellbeing.

Kansa rubbed over the feet, known as Kansa Vataki is one of the most traditional uses of kansa for enhanced wellnesas. 

Traditionally, Ayurvedic physicians would send families home with a kansa foot tool in order for someone in the family to rub the kansa metal on the feet of the client every night.

The smooth and soothing curvature of the kansa tool would be rubbed back and forth over every surface of the foot in articular patterns, but especially along the full length of the bottom of the foot.  Sessions are 15 to 20 minutes.
This foot massage has several benefits:

*  Is very comforting to the client
*  The soft contour of the bowl relaxes the entire        foot
*  Enhances the effect of any reflexology series or       form of massage offered
*  Helps to balance the Ayurvedic doshas of Vata,       Pitta, and Kapha
*  Creates a calming and cooling effect in the             body  generally
*  Helps the person feel light and energized