Letting go of where we have been and where we may be going and allowing ourselves to drink from the nectar of present moment experience
There are so many opportunities in our lives where we can move into presence.
Yoga, as we now practice it in the West, reveals only a tiny part of its secrets. The definition of what is yoga is much more complex and cannot be summed up in a few sun salutations. Some dynamic practices focus mainly on the body and purifies both body and mind through physical exercises and breathing rituals.
Softer yoga variations are similar to meditation in order to relieve stress and physical tension. Meditation is an opportunity to consciously step away from ‘doing’ into ‘being’.
Consciously choosing to create pauses into our day to come back to breath and body calms our central nervous system, activating our parasympathetic nervous system, our rest and digest and repair.
The goal of mindfulness is to wake up to the inner workings of our mental, emotional, and physical processes. Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us.
Yoga and meditation liberate the body and ease the mind.
Yoga is a practice that starts on your mat but spreads into all aspects of your life. Although the history of recycled jewelry is expansive and interesting, the reasons why we wear jewelry today are perhaps simpler. Artisanal jewelry is a way to decorate your body and bring extra beauty to life.
Jewelry is not only beautiful, it can also say something; something that gives strength, healing and grounding.
Help center yourself and take a moment’s rest with these sustainable yet peaceful pieces.
Featuring symbols of harmony and fair trade, our collection invites you to breathe deeply
Mamour Jewellery is made mindfully with eco conscious practices, inspired by the organic forces of nature
Take inspiration from the simplicity of these pieces to give back to the planet. Use your jewelry as an anchor to hold onto as you take a few deep breaths and bring yourself back to the present but most importantly.
Be gentle with yourself.