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Intro to Mala Making Workshop

A mala (the Sanskrit name for ‘garland’) is a set of beads traditionally worn and used for meditation. Malas are typically made of 108 beads (108 being a sacred number in many Eastern cultures) and serve to keep count of the wearers affirmations by focusing their awareness and staying mindful in the present moment.

Explore the therapeutic energy by creating and practicing your own mala during a 2 hour workshop. Inspired by tradition, you will be guided through making your own mala and how to use it to recite an affirmation or mantra. As you create, you will have the opportunity to infuse your mala with the power of your intention! A  variety of materials including wood, seeds and or gemstones will be used. All mala materials are provided

- just bring yourself and your mat.

Connect with us to find out details on how to host an Intro to Mala Making workshop.  


Mala Making Workshop: handknotting + building on the power of intention 

In this 3 hour workshop we will explore the importance of ritual and creating a sacred space to support your meditation practice​. 

 Learn the tradition of handknotting and enjoy the added therapeutic benefits of sandalwood and gemstone beads as you create a 108 bead mala.

(note: it is recommended that you have attended our Intro to Mala Making workshop and/or have some meditation experience) 

Connect with us to find out details on how to host a Mala Making Workshop - level II workshop.