FALL EQUINOX INSPIRED
MALA MAKING WORKSHOP
with Ray Ilyse, RYT500
Sunday, September 19, 12:00 – 3:30 pm
Preregistration required: Email Ray or text/call: 775-240-6331
The Mala was originally created in India over 3000 years ago and has roots in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Yoga. Mala is a term Sanskrit meaning “meditation garland”. The Mala is a string of 108 beads. The 109th bead is called a guru bead and symbolizes gratitude and connection to the divine. Originally, malas were used for a style of meditation known as Japa, which means “to recite”.
Beads: TBD but will be inspired by the fall equinox.
Pre-Registration required || Max 10 guests
3.5 Hours: Includes all Supplies, seated meditation, and incredible unique experience.
Covid 19 Safety Guidelines: This workshop follows CDC masking guidelines: if you are not fully vaccinated you are required to wear a mask inside the studio.
Follow Ray at web: www.spiritofray.com ; IG: @thespiritofray
Ray Ilsye is a 500HR RYT yogini, adventurer, and creator. She travels the US guiding Mala Making Art Meditation Workshops. She believes that blending love with connection creates magic. Ray is a Reno native, however she spent the last decade traveling and living in Southern California. Reno is currently her home base and she is excited to bring Mala Making to The Yoga Center Reno.