Story behind
A person very close to me fallen to ill and I wanted her to receive healing energy and strength to fight against the desease. I chose the gemstones with healing powers and inner strength, handtied them together with green natural cotton thread to access her heart chakra so that her pain in lungs would ease. 
That is how I started to make Mala to others.
I make Mala in my home atelier where I grow many herbs, where beautiful lay of sunshine comes in. All Malas and tassels are handmade, mandknotted with love. I hope my Mala will speak deeply to your inner self and guide you the way even in a difficult times.
How to purchase?
I make them all by my hand when I am off the mat. At the moment, there are 4 malas with me and I only sell them face to face.
If you would like to purchase or take a look before purchasing them, you can just contact me here and I can bring them to the classes or we can arrange a meeting.
The price for Mala is 600 kr.
Thank you very much for your understanding!
What are 108 mala beads?

‘Mala’ is a Sanskrit word for “meditation garland.” Mala is a string of prayer beads commonly used by Hindus and Buddhists for the spiritual practice known in Sanskrit as japa (the meditative repetition of a mantra or name of a divine power). During Japa meditation you repeat a mantra for108 times by using your mala  to keep track. A mala has 108 beads, made out of rudraksha seeds and/or any other gemstones. The 109th stone in the middle known as guru bead symbolizes gratitude and our connection to the divine. 

How to use 108 mala beads?
Mala is for everyone. You do not have to be a yoga practitioner or practice meditation to have a mala. Mala is not limited to meditation use but you can simply use as accessory. 
For meditation: Start at the 109 central  guru bead with a tassel on it and work your way clockwise sliding each bead through your middle finger and thumb.