In-Person Mala Workshops

Learn how to make a mala necklace

In my workshops you will learn;

  • All about Malas: a bit of history & an anatomy lesson

  • How to set intentions and why they are so important

  • How to build a mala from start to finish

 

Each participant will receive;

 A customized mala making kit with everything you need to create a mala.

  • Your customized mala pattern

  • 108 (8mm - 6mm) Semi-Precious Beads

  • 1 Guru Bead

  • 1 Hand Made Silk Tassel or Pendant or both

  • Thread for stringing

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Mala Workshop Reviews

I somehow came across this workshop on Facebook and was fascinated by the concept: Juniper intuitively chooses your stones based on an intake form that states your intentions/what you wish to draw into your life and creates a beautiful custom kit for you to create your very own mala at the workshop... This is also the first time I got to make my own mala, and let me tell you: it’s a lot of work! Juniper was wonderful, guiding us through each step with tons of patience as we each slowly got the hang out of it. Making a mala can be frustrating and tedious, or relaxing and meditative; but as with anything in life, YOU get to choose.       

 

 -Ashley C.

I wasn’t sure what to expect making a Mala or using it. The entire process was joyful and cathartic. Juniper answered all my questions with honesty and warmth. The relaxed atmosphere lead to sharing laughter and truth. The quality of the beads is amazing. They are beautiful and sturdy. I was educated on the meaning of each part and even know how Important the knotting process is. I would definitely do a Mala workshop again and plan on attending another one soon.

 -Stacie G.

 -Cheri-Taylor H.

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custom mala form

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