Love Yoga Malas:
Mala is the Sanskrit word for garland. Mala beads can be compared to a rosary. While simply being in the presence of Mala Beads (or Malas as they are called for short) is considered powerful, these magical beads are commonly used in the spiritual practice of Japa Meditation.
Malas have 108 beads to count while reciting, chanting, or repeating a chosen mantra or intention. They are also deeply devotional and can be used in the repetition of sacred names or words like Om, Om Shanti Shanti Shanti, I am Love, I am Peaceful, etc.
When we select a word or series of words to repeat in the form of a mantra, we’re affirming it to ourselves, allowing its meaning to sink below the surface into our subconscious, helping to shift negative vibes into positive ones. Simply the practice of asking the universe for what you want is the first step to making it into fruition.
Malas can and should be worn by anyone and everyone. They’ve become a beloved and intentional statement piece, inspiring their wearers to connect deeply with their inner being. They are known for their unique appearance, vibrational healing properties and ability to serve a daily reminder to live a more intention based life.
Our Malas have 108 beads, made out sacred woods and/or beautiful crystals and then are sealed in crystal bowls to harmonize the intention and clear the energy to start new.
You can purchase an already made Mala necklace or bracelet, sealed with a specific intention and designed, created and loved by Paula.
You can ask for a custom Mala to be made for you with a specific desire or intention. For example: Calm anxiety, boost fertility, add truthfulness, attract love, lose weight, increase patience etc... Anything you can think of I can research and do.
Or you can make your own Mala at one of our posted workshops, or a private workshop can be booked with 4-8 people.
Love Yoga Malas:
Meditation. Intention. Inspiration.
Why Love Yoga Malas?
Making malas is my personal meditation. As a mom of three young children and a business owner there isn't much time just for me but creating malas forces me to sit down and stop being 'busy'.
I get in the zone, I create, I count the beads and that is my own special meditation.
I have been making malas for a couple years, at first just for me and then as gifts for friends. I watched a youtube video, very straight forward and simple necklace with sandalwood beads. Many of my early malas looked just like that and still I find myself appreciating the simplicity of a sandalwood mala. Soon it turned into gemstones, crystals, singing bowls and healing properties, gifting malas to friends and family with healing intentions, and soon that turned into workshops where they could create their own and the circle of interest grew. Now we have Love Yoga Malas.
Why do malas cost different amounts? Different price points have to do with the amount and variety of healing crystals used, size and time spent on design.