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Double Dome Kansa Wand

$80.00 $90.00

The Marma and Om Therapies are merged into one holistic tool.

Introducing the Double-Dome Kansa Wand, the ultimate tool for a spa-worthy facial and body massage at home. Made out of pure Kansa metal (a combination of copper and tin), this wand is based on those used in the ancient Ayurvedic Abhyanga practice.

The Double-Dome design features two dome sizes, one for the face and one for the body. The smaller dome is perfect for a delicate and precise facial massage, while the larger dome is ideal for a deeper and more invigorating body massage. The wand's textured surface provides a gentle yet effective massage that helps to improve circulation, reduce puffiness and dark circles, and even out skin tone.


The benefits of Kansa wand massage may not just be limited to the skin. It may also help to reduce stress and tension in the muscles, promoting relaxation and overall well-being. The wand's copper and tin alloy is also known to balance the doshas in Ayurveda, making it an ideal tool for a self-care routine. With the Double-Dome Kansa wand, you can enjoy the benefits of a spa-worthy massage in the comfort of your own home.

  • It is lightweight and easy to use,
  • Perfect for a self-massage
  • Also works to use it on your partner.

Upgrade your skincare routine and give your skin and overall wellness the care it deserves with the Double-Dome Kansa wand.


The practice of Abhyanga originates from ancient Ayurvedic traditions, which date back thousands of years in the Indian subcontinent. Ayurveda, often referred to as the "science of life," is one of the world's oldest holistic healing systems and is deeply rooted in Indian philosophy and culture.

The origins of Abhyanga can be traced back to the ancient Ayurvedic texts, particularly the Charaka Samhita and the Sushruta Samhita, which are among the foundational texts of Ayurveda. These texts describe various therapeutic practices, including massage, as integral components of Ayurvedic medicine.

In Ayurveda, the practice of Abhyanga is considered a form of self-care and preventive medicine, aimed at promoting physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. It is based on the principles of balancing the three doshas—Vata, Pitta, and Kapha—which are believed to govern various physiological and psychological functions in the body.

The application of warm herbal oils to the body during Abhyanga is thought to nourish the skin, lubricate the joints, promote relaxation, and support the body's natural detoxification processes. The rhythmic massage techniques used in Abhyanga are believed to help balance the flow of energy (prana) throughout the body and harmonize the doshas.

Over time, the practice of Abhyanga has been passed down through generations within families and communities in India and has also been adapted and integrated into modern wellness practices around the world. Today, Abhyanga continues to be valued for its therapeutic benefits and is widely practiced as a form of self-care and holistic health maintenance.

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