I am so honored and proud of the collaborations that Satcha Malas has been a part of.
exclusive 108 malas and wrist mala stacks
My first collaboration was with the Pearsall sisters and their beautifully luscious home brand Sefte Living. I was really drawn to Sefte because of the coziness factor that their products exude. You just want to swaddle yourself up in their shawls and blankets to settle in for a luxurious meditation or nap.
My Sefte paya shawl is one of my favorite things I own. When I am making my malas it always wrapped around me or on my lap. If it has been a particularly challenging day, it always feels nice to snuggle in and just get quiet. It becomes an opportunity to create a sanctuary right where I am in the moment.
Please take a peep at the exclusive malas that I designed for their lovely meditation collection. They make beloved gifts for holidays, birthdays, mother's day, graduations and any other special occasions.
labradorite mala stack
I met Amy Nobile, the co-founder of Ash & Ames, this spring at The Bex Urban retreat and I was instantly drawn to her power and her grace. When she asked me to create a mala stack for a&a, I couldn't have been more honored.
We spoke at length about empowering each other and ourselves as we are being called to be of service. I chose the magic of labradorite and the strength of black lava to manifest our true selves.
If you know me, you know I have a serious girl-crush on Stephanie Snyder. When she opened her new studio in San Francisco, I wanted to be interpret her awesomeness with malas for her clients.
If you are in the area please do yourself a favor and book yourself a class. You will be changed.
These women. Wow. They are revolutionizing the yoga industry with one hot yoga class at a time.
It was a blast working with Rachael and Lindsey to create a mala line that invokes our most magnificent, passionate, authentic and creative selves.
They have two studios in San Francisco: SoMa and FiDi
It's all in the family.
Our beautiful friend at Love Story Yoga, Haley brought home some wrist malas to show her mom. Her mom, Julie, has a deeply loved yoga studio in Sacramento.
Her studio invokes healing and community and she has the best studio logo!
My soul sister, Natalie Fairbrook, is a regular at Lisa Ellisen studio in the unsinkable Santa Rosa.
We wanted to create a line of wrist malas that symbolized the heart and strength of the Santa Rosa community. I had sent prototypes to Lisa the day before the fires broke out . It was an absolutely tragic event and it's affects will be long reaching however, it revealed a side to a community that truly came together in strength and deep love for each other and their home.
Out of the ashes you will rise.