Wellbeing brand Mantra Jewellery is collaborating with author, speaker and love coach, Persia Lawson, and mindset and positivity coach, Holly Matthews, on new designs this season.

Collaborations have helped lift Mantra Jewellery’s profile in the UK, with designs made in partnership with wellbeing experts quickly becoming bestsellers as they add another level of meaning to each piece.

Persia Lawson is ‘one of the UK’s most successful love coaches’ – according to The Saturday Times magazine. Having once been a serial cheater and obsessive love addict, Lawson is now proud to be in a happy and committed relationship, and is passionate about helping women get and sustain healthy, soulful, lasting relationships in the chaos of the modern dating world.


Trained in cognitive behavioural therapy, Lawson has supported thousands of women – including some well-known celebrities – in completely transforming all aspects of their love lives, gaining her the description of ‘irreverent British guru’ by Marie Claire magazine.

Lawson’s mantra, ‘Surrender to the festival of life’, reminds consumers to do things they love and surrender to the magical joy of life – instead of trying to control everything.

This mantra comes to life as a piece of jewellery with the powerful word, ‘Surrender’ simply engraved on one of Mantra’s bestselling disc necklaces, accompanied by the iconic Lotus symbol.

Design in collaboration with love coach Persia Lawson

Mantra founder, Jo Stroud, explains: “Wearing a Mantra necklace is a little bit like having your own personal life coach with you, all the time. It gives you a tangible reminder through the day of an important piece of wisdom or life advice. Wearing Persia’s Mantra necklace reminds you of her message throughout the day.”

The second new collaboration is with Holly Matthews – a TV actress, starting out her career in Byker Grove and Waterloo Road; an award-winning vlogger, mindset coach, founder of ‘The Happy Me’ Project, and mum to two young girls.

In July 2017, Matthews’ world changed forever, when her husband passed away from brain cancer. Matthews has managed to come through the tragedy with a positive and determined mindset, focused on moving forwards, while she supports her two daughters. As a mindset coach, she inspires people to find the positives in life, and to find ways of keeping on going, no matter what life throws your way.

Matthews has now collaborated with Mantra to bring her positive messages to life.

One of the mantras that really helped her was, ‘Life cannot break me, for I know how strong I am’, and this has been created as a necklace featuring the word, ‘Unbreakable’.

Holly Matthews works with Mantra on ‘Unbreakable’ design.

Matthews explains: “Some people get tattoos, some post quotes on Instagram, but I think there’s something really special about wearing a beautiful piece of jewellery to remind yourself of just how strong you are, or gifting someone you love their own personal message of encouragement, to help them through their challenging moments. I’m thrilled to be collaborating with Mantra, and knowing these necklaces are going to help others is very important to me.”

Both collaborations land this month, with ‘Surrender’ launching on the first day of Glastonbury – Wednesday June 26 – and ‘Unbreakable’ being introduced in a few days’ time.

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