"Meaningful. Conscious. Extraordinary."
Manipura is a true family brand born in Amsterdam in 2015 as a collaboration of love between Mala Maker Tati Hacmon and her partner in life - Yoga Teacher Asaf Hacmon. Our passion for making extraordinary Malas from Earth's Gemstones kept pushing us to design meaningful, environmentally-conscious products that inspire the heart and spark a positive change in people’s lives.
For us its all about intention, awareness, and authenticity so we create our jewelry by hand in traditional techniques. We handpick only high-grade, natural, semi-precious gemstones from places like Bali, Brazil, India, or Africa, placing great emphasis on Eco-Friendliness, Fair Trade, and Sustainable Harvesting. We are totally in love with what we do and believe in the power of Earth to heal and manifest our heart’s wishes.
Welcome to our story
Happy to connect with yours
Our handmade products are made as meaningful life companions. By blending quality gemstones with their unique natural qualities, they are able to tell a special story - your story.
What does Manipura Mean?
Manipura means ‘City of Gems’ in the Sanskrit language. It is also the name of 3rd chakra in the human body (Solar Plexus) and it is close to our hearts because it deals with self-discovery, authentic expression, and living your life's purpose.
Giving back to the Planet
We owe everything to the Earth we live in. Since we see it as the ultimate maker of our Jewelry we are committed to giving back a percent of our earning to the planet by supporting incredible Non-Profit Organisations we believe in.
There are many beautiful Malas out there but what I like about Manipura Malas is the personal touch - the thought that is behind each and every one of them. It shines through, both in beauty and energy.Galit Hahn, Nutrition Guru & Published Author
With my Mala on me I feel protected and calm. It's beautiful gemstones radiate peace and serenity. It was made by Tati out of pure love and understanding of who I am. I feel as if this Mala defines my spirit every day.Julia Hartig, First Violin Radio Philharmonic Orchestra
Manipura In the Media
We have been so fortunate to feature
in so many local and international
publications over the past years. We are
very proud and ever so grateful.