MALA BEAD WORKSHOPS with Jen Dacpano
Mala Bead Necklace or Bracelet, ages 13 and up; ages 10 - 12 may create bracelets & come with an adult
Join us in customizing your very own mala bead necklace or 4 bracelets. There's something incredibly healing about creating among community and devoting time to making art that is beautiful, personal and wearable! You'll have access to a wide and colorful array of stone beads to design your necklace or bracelets. The word "mala" means "heavenly garland" or "necklace" and it is used as a tool for meditation or prayer and as a beautiful talisman. It is scared and used for meditation and Attunement, and typically you speak the name of a deity, intention or affirmation while touching each bead. Over time the more you use it, the more powerful it becomes. And the more peaceful, aware and tuned in you become.
Sunday September 10, 10:30 am - 1:30 pm for necklace making, 11:30-12:30 for bracelet making
Thursday September 21, 6-9 pm
$65---Choose to make 1 necklace or 4 bracelets. All materials and light snacks provided.
5 student minimum/20 student maximum
Adult + Child Intention Bracelet, ages: 5 and up
In this class you will devote time to creating together. Each person will design 1 beaded bracelet, by stringing natural stone beads and 1 charm (optional) onto elastic cord. Your bracelets will become a cherished memento that will remind you both of your connection. After creating your bracelets, Jen will teach you a short and easy way to ground yourself in the moment as well as how to charge your bracelets with intentions and use them for taking deep breaths.
Sundays October 22, November 12, December 10
11:00 am - 12:00pm
$39 for one parent + one child. Each additional child is $19.
5 Adult + Child pairs minimum/10 pairs max
*Park on S. Curtice Street or in designated spots in back with access from Nevada St. or the alley off of Powers. Please do not park in Tavern/Smokin Fins lot.
"I love the idea of the mala, believing that when you use it for meditation or mindfulness, you carry those positive intentions with you." Jen Dacpano.
Jen Dacpano is a School Psychologist, wife, mother of four and artisan of In Creative Bliss on Etsy who believes that building creative community and spaces for people is her calling. More about Jen's mission at www.Facebook.com/InCreativeBliss. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 720.341.9737 for more details.