Sign Up for an August Mala Workshop and Choose a Second Charm!

File_000There is one more day to sign up and even though the Friday evening class is full there are five more seats available in the Saturday morning mala bracelet class!

Spend a fun Saturday morning with friends making your own personal 108 bead mala!
These beautiful bracelets originated as part of buddhist and hindu meditation practices and today can be a gorgeous part of your yoga lifestyle.
When you purchase a ticket you will choose from the Meditation Mala, Serenity Mala or Healing Mala. These are the natural gemstone beads that will be provided for you along with metal spacer beads and a handmade metal Koi Fish charm, made specifically for this class.


Moss agate, Russian serpentine and amethyst with silver plated spacer beads and nickle silver charm(s).



Tourmalinated quartz, silver crazy lace agate and rainbow moonstone with silver plated spacer beads and nickle silver charm(s).



Ocean jasper and picture jasper with copper beads and copper charm(s).


NEW THIS MONTH: Pick an Extra Charm of your choice!

For August you can choose to add an extra charm (or two!) of your choice to your mala for an extra $10 per extra charm. This means everyone gets a koi fish, but you can choose to have a meaningful charm designed just for you added into the mix as well! Since all charms are hand cut and engraved for the class I can make just about anything you can think of!

I’ve already designed a few custom charms for August (as well as 18 koi fish!) and look forward to seeing what other people want to add to their malas!

August Charms

If you’ve already signed up for the class I will be emailing you to see if you would like to add an extra charm to your ticket. If you have not signed up yet there’s still time!

Registration ends tomorrow, August 17 at 11:30pm!

August Mala Bracelet Saturday Morning Workshop

Saturday, August 27, 10am-Noon
at Karuna House, 119 West Second Street, Perrysburg, Ohio

Sign up at

Published by Sara

Sara Kear is an artist and yoga teacher living in Perrysburg, Ohio along the muddy and beautiful Maumee River. In her art she works with mixed metals in intricate hand cut and fabricated jewelry designs. Images in her work include nature, animals and mythological subjects. She came to yoga to help with her anxiety and depression and believes the movement, meditation and breathing practices aided her in finding both calm and joy in her life. Certified with a RYT-200 from Ashaya Yoga, her classes combine alignment based techniques, breath work and meditation with compassion and humor.

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