Pachamama was founded in beautiful Bali, in Indonesia, in 2013.
Naoko and Marta are the designer duo behind Pachamama. They are two holistic individuals and therapists with a common drive to create awareness around the (mis)use of plastic and reduce the excessive use of plastic water bottles.
Naoko and Marta met in Bali, and together they developed the Pachamama eco-friendly water bottle project.
In 2014, Marta moved to Ibiza, and brought Pachamama’s soul to Europe. Since then the brand has naturally become known in many European countries as well as in Bali and Asia.
Bali and Ibiza are the inspiration for their creations. These two beautiful islands have become their home base and business hubs. They feel very blessed by its lands, the vibes, and the people, a blend of local and international crowds.
Our vision has been the creation of a high quality, reusable stainless steel eco-friendly bottle that will promote and encourage healthy and mindful living. Sustainability and environmental awareness and good, sophisticated, stylish design are also part of our core mission.
We are proud of our products and believe in the contribution they make towards protecting health and caring for Mother Earth by eliminating plastic waste.
We hope you will join us in our mission to eliminate single-use plastic water bottles by becoming the proud owner of a Pachamama bottle, and ‘be the change you want to see in the world’!
Pachamama is Mother Earth.
The name Pachamama is translated into English as “Mother Earth” since pacha is a word in both Quechua and Aymara that means Earth, cosmos, universe and mama means Mother.
“We must return to the ways of nature and recognize that we are part of the sun, moon, earth, water and air.
That mother nature is within us and we within her.”
Willaru Huayta, Inca Spiritual Elder
Our symbol is The Flower of Life. Found in many cultures and religions, it is sometimes referred to as “sacred geometry”.
The Flower of Life consists of numerous overlapping circles. The starting point is the circle in the center. Represented in this circle is a basic, geometrical structure, which shows that, in the beginning, all life sprang from a single source. Progressive cell division proceeds until every creature has achieved its appropriate and harmonious form.
The Flower of Life symbol was chosen for Pachamama water bottles because it represents the perpetual process of creation. The water contained in products bearing the symbol produces a harmonious restructuring and unique energizing, which has beneficial effects.
Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto made pictures of water crystals, showing the difference that intention has on the structure of water.
We are fascinated by the positive effect that intention has on the water’s structure, arising from the conscious use of forms that are in harmony with the natural world.