Mala + Yoga
Have you heard of mala beads?
Mala beads are traditionally used in meditation as a tool to assist in counting your mantras. A mantra is a word or sound repeated to aid concentration.
Bonus, mala beads are a beautiful accessory to wear every day!
Mala beads are typically a string of 108 beads, and the significance and meaning will be different for every practitioner.
Join us for a special workshop ahead of the holidays to create your own mala necklace. These mala beads will be extra special because you made them yourself!
Why You Should Attend
This workshop is just in time for the holidays. Bring your mom or best friend to the workshop with you or gift them with the beautiful mala necklace you create.
This will be a relaxing, fun, and unique experience at a time when we all need to slow down a bit.
We will have an array of beads and materials to choose from to make your mala one of a kind. We will then take a deeper dive into the history and use of malas.
The Workshop Will Consist of:
30-Minute Relaxing Yoga Practice
1.5 Hours Mala Necklace
10-Minute Guided Mediation Using Your New Mala Necklace
What Malas Do for My Personal Practice:
“Meditation used to completely confuse and scare me. My mind would filter through thoughts like, ‘Am I doing this right? What am I supposed to think about? Do I think at all? I have an itch. I’m bored. How long have I been sitting here?’ If this sounds familiar, trust me, you are not alone.
“Meditation doesn’t have to be so complicated. I find that when I use mala beads in my meditation practice my mind and body find a new sense of calm and ease. I am able to let go and focus on the present moment. I would love to share my experience with you and find out how mala beads can change (or start) your meditation practice.”
What to Bring:
Come in Yoga Clothes for Yoga Practice
Journal & Pen