Mindful and Uplifting Jewelry for Spas

Get inspired with these mindful and uplifting jewelry offerings.

The Be Well Robles Wood 108 Bead Stretch Wrap Mala from Mala + Mantra is part of the Be Well Collection, which is inspired by a partnership with the non-profit charity Wellness for Cancer. For every mala sold, the company will donate $5 to the charity. (www.malaandmantra.com)


Designed to provide professional opportunities to young women rescued from sex trafficking, Purpose Jewelry features a variety of necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and more. The Balance Necklace, part of the Spring ‘17 line, is handcrafted by a survivor of modern-day slavery. Available in brass and silver, the must-have lariat necklace serves as a good reminder to always maintain a healthy balance. (www.purposejewelry.org)

As seen at The Green Spa (Brooklyn, NY)

From Jen Stock, each God-dess Necklace is a handmade piece featuring the designer’s creative interpretation of the Om symbol. The God-dess Collection was inspired by Leela, the goddess of positivity and joy, who wards away evil spirits. (www.jenstock.com)

The Summer Collection of Wrist Malas from Modern Om includes Sky (5th Chakra), made of matte aquamarine with blue phantom crystal and faceted labradorite, which helps to balance emotions and free the wearer from negative thoughts; Wave (4th Chakra), incorporating matte amazonite with faceted labradorite and Indian agate, which helps empower and dissipate worry and anger; and Sand (2nd Chakra), composed of matte sunstone with faceted labradorite and Indian agate to help dispel fear and relieve stress. (www.modernom.co)

For spa-goers who want to wear their hearts on their sleeves—or rather around their necks—MaeMae Jewelry serves as a powerful reminder with these wearable affirmations. The handmade 14K-gold-filled or sterling silver necklaces each feature a positive message, such as Let It Go or Just Breathe, and come packaged in a beautiful gift box.  (www.maemaejewelry.com)

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