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Individuals & Community

finding inspiration and renewal in ourselves, each other and our world, coming together in shared experiences on the spiral path

Physically a labyrinth is an open space, a flowing path, designed to be walked and offering an opportunity to be in the present moment - unplugging our minds from the everyday things that tend to consume us.

It can be walked for -

  • calming and quieting,

  • releasing stress,

  • releasing emotional obstacles,

  • gentle physical exercise,

  • processing grief,

  • letting go,

  • encountering perspectives,

  • practicing mindfulness,

  • and peace of mind.

In this way it is of huge benefit for personal and community health and wellbeing. It offers an alternative to formal, organised personal development activities.

Labyrinths can be used at community events -

  • celebrations eg. anniversaries, festivals

  • performances eg. street theatre, dance, music

  • acknowledgements eg.Reconciliation

  • seasonal changes (eg. solstice, equinox events)

  • global/national events eg. NAIDOC, ANZAC, World Environment Day, World Habitat Day

  • healing eg.Survivors of Suicide Loss, post-Covid re-alignment, post-disasters

By its very nature, a labyrinth draws people in and engages their interest and curiosity – both adults and young people alike. It adds value to designated areas, eg near walking paths, in reserves and parks, and any open spaces where people gather. While outdoor labyrinths tend to be permanent, portable and temporary labyrinths can be used/constructed indoors or outdoors.

Forms and designs of labyrinths (emphases and aesthetics) lend themselves to collaboration with artists, urban planners and landscape designers with the use of local symbols, knowledge and meaning. Labyrinth planning, implementation and maintenance offer opportunities for community group involvement.

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current projects

We are more than our minds. Threading its way through

the expanses of time,
the labyrinth finds us

ready to access our

body wisdom

in the 21st Century.

Louise Mason

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 Workshops 

The scope and breadth of our workshops knows no bounds. From the specifics of labyrinths themselves and delving more deeply into the whys and wherefores, to actual labyrinth construction, to ways that labyrinths can be incorporated into programs and professional development, our workshops will get your journey started!

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Consultation

Heard about labyrinths but not sure how to progress? Have a particular idea that could use some expansion? Thinking about how to bring a team or whole staff together? Looking for more ways to incorporate labyrinths into the life of your organisation?
 

We’re happy to start a conversation now!

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 Events 

We love bringing our creativity to the fore when planning events..

Think of a reason for gathering, and we’ll do the rest. Serious or playful, the labyrinth is adaptable. Let us bring an event to you.

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 Resources

Explore our “warehouse” of ready-made down-loadable gifts for your use – from workshops to self-reflective walks, classroom activities and curriculum connections to community walks, celebratory events to professional practice activities.

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Current Projects

There’s always something going on! Stay up to date with the latest news on our current labyrinth projects as they move forward, develop and grow. So much scope for creativity and diversity!

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 Learning  Experiences 

From workshops to masterclasses, from team building to customised experiences, from mindfulness to the management of stress, we’ve got you covered. 

Experience the metaphor of journey on the labyrinth pathways to discovery!