Welcome to SaraCura! I’m so happy we have crossed paths in this big maze of the Internet! You are exactly where you are meant to be and I am honored you are here.
Let me tell you a bit about my journey. I have been making things as long as I can remember, whether it was ribbon barrettes or clay heads with yarn hair or funky clothes. I have always loved making jewelry the most though, especially when I get to use gemstones!
I started my jewelry selling journey on a blanket in the parking lot of a Grateful Dead show many many years ago. Since then I have transitioned from festivals to having multiple stores and back to festivals, loving every step of the way.
A few years ago, event in my life lead me to yoga teacher training as a way to regain my balance after being thrown for a loop. After 2 intensive years and a 500 hr certification, I am filled with such gratitude and happiness for my journey thus far. My jewelry has become a reflection of my spiritual path and I am honored to be able to share it with you.
Each piece is made with great love and intention. I seek to share my affection for the divine with the world at large so we can see more clearly how we are all connected as one. When we ourselves are balanced and at peace, we can spread that calmness to the world around us and make the world a better place for everyone.
Allow the gemstone alignment of the Chakra jewelry to energize and align you on your spiritual journey. Let the Malas guide your daily practice. May the Mala Bracelets be a continual reminder of your best self.
I am seeking to share my creations with as many people as possible, so everything I make is available for wholesale purchase by boutiques, yoga studios, or stores. Please send me a messageto discuss details.
SaraCura supports Kiva. Please consider joining our Kiva Team –Yoga can help the world!A portion of SaraCura sales goes to fund microloans to people around the world. You can make a difference!!
Thank you so much for appreciating what I do and being a part of SaraCura. May your day be bright and filled with Light.
Hari Om Tat Sat
SaraCura has been doing festivals for about 20 years now. That’s a long time!
Here’s a sampling of some of the shows she has done recently.
Dragon Con 2007-2012
Minneapolis Gay Pride 2004-2014
Tattoo Conventions 2011-2014
St. Paul Art Crawl
Music festivals at Harmony Park