Friday Evening September Mala Bracelet Class


File_000 (3)Spend a fun Friday evening 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 Focusing Mala, Cleansing Mala or Centering Mala. These are the natural gemstone beads that will be provided for you along with metal spacer beads and a handmade metal leaf charm made specifically for this class.

New Additional Options!

Custom Charms + $10 per extra charm

Like last month, you can choose to have me make an additional charm to go with the leaf charm. This charm can be anything you can think of! When you buy your ticket just pick the ticket for the beads you want and also choose the correct add on for whether you want one or two charms. I will contact you to see what you want for your charms and then I will make them just for you!

Knotted Silk Cord + $10

This month you can choose to make your mala on 100% silk cord instead of the usual elastic. Knotted silk cord is a more traditional way to make a mala. These can be worn as necklaces or carried around for use in your meditation practice. You will learn how to tie the knots between every bead and how to attach the metal charm(s). This is a great meditative process in itself!

The Gemstone Beads for September

Centering: Autumn jasper, green line jasper and African jade



Focusing: Peridot new “jade,” red aventurine and sky eye jasper


Cleansing: Landscape stone, purple aventurine and mahogany obsidian


Friday Evening September Mala Bracelet Workshop

$45-75 all supplies included

Friday, September 23, 7PM-9PM
AT Dancer’s Pointe, 122 Louisiana Ave, PERRYSBURG, OHIO


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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