Creating beautiful, bespoke,
Making it easy for you
to make your own
Enabling you to use them
and stay, meditating
Everything You Need
To Make Your Own Mala
Our Mala Making Kits contain everything you need to create your own Mala.
Access to our online Mala Making tutorials is included.
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Have A Bespoke Mala
Made Especially For You
We’ll start by having a chat about the intentions, colours, and rebalancing, that resonates with you.
A one-of-a-kind mala design will be agreed.
We’ll knot the Mala with intention and love, before it whisks it’s way to you.
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Learn more about your Mala, and how to use it traditionally and effectively.
Connect with a likeminded meditators and spiritual seekers.
Find out more about the mantras and their meanings, and enjoy practicing them together, where ever you are in the world.
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Latest Articles and Tips For You
Kick back with a cuppa and enjoy the blog where there’s something for everyone whether you’re brand new to mala beads, or a seasoned meditator…
the question literally everyone asks is how to sit to meditate Padmasana, more commonly known as The Lotus position, is of course the most well known meditation position.... but, with each foot placed right up against the opposite thigh, it's also one of the most...
Which Mantras Are Easy To Remember? I get asked for Mantras that are good to work with all the time. There are several mantras that are good 'all-rounders'. Good for assisting you to focus while connecting on a deeper level with self, the beloved, and a deeper...
Can You Wear Your Mala As Jewellery (Jewelry for my US readers)? Well, the very simple answer to this one is no. But, given the amount of times I get asked the question, alongside the amount of people I see wearing malas as jewellery at festivals and retreats, it's...