Mala Bead Making Workshop, with Yoko Micromacrame Art

Updated: May 17

Join Yoko Micromacrame Art in the studio for a very special workshop, and learn how to create your own unique Mala to take home with you.

We will be creating a 27 Mala Bead with your choice of crystal beads and natural wooden beads (all materials supplied by Yoko).

Mala Bead Making Workshop

When - Sunday, 26th June

Time - 1pm-3pm

Where - Kanuka Yoga Space

With - Yoko Micromacrame Art

Exchange - $55 per person

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What Are Mala Beads?

Mala is a string of beads used to support your practice of meditation.

Long Mala has 108 beads and short Mala has 27 (a derivative of 108); these are sacred numbers in Yoga.

About Yoko Micromacrame Art

I (Yoko) was born and raised in Japan where there is a strong legacy of traditional culture, and where people have a huge love and respect for hand-crafts that are inspired by nature.

I believe that we humans are gifted to be creative and are part of nature, so I have always been passionate about arts and crafts.

My intention is to create something that communicates the harmony and beauty between human creation and nature.

I love to practice yoga and meditation everyday, and I found that Mala beads support me to concentrate better in meditation. With the encouragement of friends and family, I decided start creating Mala beads for others too.

What's Included?

Yoko will provide all materials and expertise for you to create a personalised 27 bead Mala:

  • Crystal beads

  • Natural wooden beads

  • Threads to create Mala and tassel

She will also share Japanese green tea in a short ceremony either at the beginning, or at the end of the workshop. Matcha (Green tea) has a lots of benefits for the body and mind.

We look forward to sharing space with you this June.