What is Global Mala?
The purpose of Global Mala (“mala” means circle or garland in sanskrit) is to unite people around the planet in collective movement with an intention for peace. This movement coincides with the United Nations’ International Day of Peace and the auspicious season of the autumnal equinox. Global Mala was lovingly developed in 2007 by Shiva Rea (you can learn more about the worldwide movement here: www.globalmala.com).
The deeper intention of Global Mala is an embodiment of seva or sacred service. With that as our purpose for this practice, we are contributing 100% of the energetic and financial currency generated to the Kodomo Hope Project, an organization that offers yoga teachings to youth populations in the areas affected by the 2011 earthquake in northern Japan. Together, we will be a part of the vibration that promotes empowered peace and lasting change through compassion and love.
Event Details + Registration
We are so grateful to have the support and love of Yoga Spot (yogaspot.jp) Yokohama as our hosts for this event. Please join us on September 19th starting at 12:00 PM in their Shakti Studio for a practice that completes 108 sun salutations in a continuous flow. Led by a crew of 6 instructors, you can expect a variety of styles and groovy tunes to move your body in a meditative mala. Please feel free to participate in as much or as little as you like. You may come and go as serves you best, practice asana or simply participate in the breath. Space is limited so please click below to register. We look forward to seeing you there!
How to practice a Yoga Mala
Never practiced a yoga mala before? Click below for information on how a yoga mala works and to learn more about the postures that make up Sun Salutation A and B