Our Values : Respect to People and the Planet
Fairtrade - bali Malas provides a sustainable living wage to producers and employees through transparency dialogue and partnership.
Sustainable - we use only local sustainably harvested Rudrakshas. Through our direct relationship with the farmers we insure the sustainability of the rudraksha forests.
Eco-friendly - we are conscious of our planet and the balance of life on a small island - particularly to the fragile oceans from where our products are produced. We have supported the movement to remove plastic bags from the island of Bali as well as enhanced recycling awareness.
Genuine - Harvested with love in Bali, we use genuine high-vibe, un-tumbled, un-dyed, blessed rudraksha seeds.
Our Ethics : Community First
Being the first to introduce the sacred rudraksha to the west comes with a high responsibility. Through our over ten years of business we are proud to have stayed in integrity with our mission - to bring this blessing bead into the world. From our inception we are proud to support our community by donating to Bumi Sehat and the Bali Street Children Foundation.
Our Sacred Offerings : Rudraksha, Rudrani and Tulsi
Malas lovingly hand strung, hand knotted and blessed in Bali, Indonesia.
We see the world as a place where all should enjoy the beauty of soulful adornments, infusing the routine with meaning. At Bali Malas, we make the daily desirable, the mundane magical, and the sacred essential. Authentically inspiring all to integrate their intention, explore their potential, invite healing, and manifest their dreams.
|Christy Wandrei, Owner||Anne Quinn - Minneapolis||Soma Temple, Manufacturer|
|Mara Healy - North Carolina||Eva Ball - West Virginia||Amanda Viskowski - Idaho||Kathi Castle - Wisconsin|