Announcement   Welcome to my Mala shop, Mala Koralky! All my Malas are handmade using a variety of beautiful gemstone, wood and seed beads. I also make custom Malas if you have a special gemstone in mind. Making Malas has quickly become a passion of mine through my yoga and meditation practice. Anyone can wear mala beads, whether you mediate or not. Often, people are drawn to the necklace for their believed healing qualities. They're worn around your neck or wrapped around your wrist.

What is a Mala you ask?
A Mala is traditionally 108 beads that have a knot in between each bead ending with a larger Guru bead. The guru bead is to indicate the end and the beginning of the mala. Traditionally when meditating, you drape your mala over the middle finger with the pointer finger out of the way. Use your thumb to swipe the beads clockwise while chanting your mantra. A mantra can be anything you wish! From an affirmation, prayer, word, phrase or sound. Proceed through your mediation by saying your mantra for every bead. If your mantra is repeated more than once around the mala, turn around at the guru bead, and go back from where you came.


Enjoy and Namaste.

Announcement

Last updated on Nov 24, 2015

Welcome to my Mala shop, Mala Koralky! All my Malas are handmade using a variety of beautiful gemstone, wood and seed beads. I also make custom Malas if you have a special gemstone in mind. Making Malas has quickly become a passion of mine through my yoga and meditation practice. Anyone can wear mala beads, whether you mediate or not. Often, people are drawn to the necklace for their believed healing qualities. They're worn around your neck or wrapped around your wrist.

What is a Mala you ask?
A Mala is traditionally 108 beads that have a knot in between each bead ending with a larger Guru bead. The guru bead is to indicate the end and the beginning of the mala. Traditionally when meditating, you drape your mala over the middle finger with the pointer finger out of the way. Use your thumb to swipe the beads clockwise while chanting your mantra. A mantra can be anything you wish! From an affirmation, prayer, word, phrase or sound. Proceed through your mediation by saying your mantra for every bead. If your mantra is repeated more than once around the mala, turn around at the guru bead, and go back from where you came.


Enjoy and Namaste.

Jessica Hanak

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Last updated on November 25, 2015

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Returns and exchanges
If you're not happy about your mala, I'm not happy! I stand behind the craftsmanship and quality of my Malas, but if, for some reason, you are unhappy with your order, I will accept returns within 14 days of delivery for a full refund minus the shipping cost. Please note that the item must be unworn, in its original condition, and in its original package. Please keep in mind that shipping costs are not refundable. The refund will be credited to the original payment method used for the purchase once I've received the returned Mala.

If your Mala breaks within the first 90 days, send it back and I will happily restring it for no cost .Please know that because I knot my Malas on 100% silk they can stretch a little bit if not treated with care. Do not get them wet as it stresses the silk thread. They're knotted tight and are durable but handle with care.
Payment
Payment upon Sale.
Shipping
I will ship within 2 days of the order, unless the Mala is a custom order, in which case I need up to 2 weeks.
Additional policies and FAQs
Custom Orders:
I love making custom Malas. Please try to be as specific as possible on what you are looking for. Note that custom order make take up to 2 weeks, as I sometimes need to source the specific beads you are after.