Slide Mala Making Workshop With Heather McCalman


MALA MAKING WORKSHOP 

NOV 6TH | 2:30–5:00 PM

with Heather McCalman

Join in this fun and meaningful experience...

 

Membership discounts do not apply to this workshop, since fee includes mala making materials.

 

A mala, like a rosary, is a string of beads used for keeping count while reciting, chanting, or mentally repeating a mantra. For Buddhist practitioners, this ritual object is revered as precious, becoming more powerful and meaningful the more it is used. Both beautiful and spiritual, it is often carried with them or kept very close by.

Using beads of a wide variety of colors and materials, full length malas traditionally have 108 beads. During this workshop, you will have the opportunity to make a mala of your choice to use as your personal mala, give as a gift for the holidays, or donate to the center Bookstore & Shop.

No experience necessary. All materials provided.
Registration in advance online required. Space is limited.

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About the Teacher


Heather McCalman began studying Kadampa meditation and Buddhism in 2011 and is part of the Teacher Training Program. Heather loves teaching the kids class on Sundays. Outside the center, Heather is a financial services cybersecurity professional who enjoys Scrabble and crossword puzzles. MEDITATION is a 13 point word!


When

Saturday, Nov 6th
2:30 - 5:00pm


Where

Kadampa Meditation Center Georgia
741 Edgewood Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30307



CLASS FEE: $40


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COVID-19 Safety Protocols
We care about your safety and well-being! 
Here is a list of COVID-19 prevention measures currently in place at KMC Georgia:

  • The City of Atlanta has a mask mandate in place, so everyone inside the building must wear a mask. If you don't have a mask with you, one will be provided at reception.  
  • We have a UV air purifier running at all times inside the main meditation room.All doors to the main meditation room will remain open during class to encourage air flow.
  • Chairs in the meditation rooms have signage to encourage social distancing.   If you don't feel comfortable sitting in the main meditation room, you may sit in the smaller meditation room or in the reception/cafe area, where we have a TV monitor link and audio. If you are in the café area, you may still watch the class through the open glass doors.
  • We offer hand sanitizer to all our guests and volunteers, and sanitize all high touch areas before every class.