Media

The Labyrinth Society Media module contains categorized information about labyrinths and labyrinth related activities that can be downloaded via embedded videos, podcasts (mp3, mp4), YouTube videos and more. As the selection grows, more categories will appear, so be sure to check back often.

    • Winter 2016 Newsletter from the Australian Labyrinth Network features The Labyrinth: A Tool for Transformation. Enjoy an interview with Maia Scott and articles on the use of labyrinths for therapy and in ritual, and more!

    • Autumn 2016 Newsletter from the Australian Labyrinth Network features Finger Labyrinths The history, science, practice, and transformation. Enjoy interviews with Neal Harris and Lisa Moriarty, as well as an inspirational story by Lorraine Rodda and much more.

        • One Man’s Journey Down a Sandy Path. Sand labyrinth artist and creator, Denny Dyke, shares his journey and 2017 TLS Gathering lecture topic with host, Christiana Brinton and they are joined by his crew: detail artist, Christine Moehring and photographer, Pamela Hansen.

        • Constructing A Stone Mosaic Labyrinth with Jeffrey Bale: Capturing Nature and Her Patterns. Join Christiana and Oregon native, garden designer, and stone artist, Jeffrey Bale, as they discuss his lifelong love of stone, the installation locations in Washington State and New Zealand, and the methods behind his passion.

        • Soundscapes and Labyrinths: what’s the Connection? Portland OR resident, classical composer, and bio-musician, Susan Alexjander, shares her vision of interconnectedness through sound and the labyrinth metaphor and symbolism.

        • The Labyrinth Scene in Washington State, with Dan Niven. Seattle native and creator and administrator of the Western Washington Labyrinth Network, Dan shares his passion for designing, and building labyrinths, in the Seattle area, that provide people with transformative experiences.

        • Using Labyrinths to Dissolve Boundaries Through Artistic Expression and Social Engagement, with artist, social activist and 2016 Gathering featured speaker, Reginald Adams. Join us as we discuss his community building labyrinth work with Houston area high school students. 

        • Using Labyrinths as Fifth Dimensional Self Towers: A Healer's Calling. in 1995, Toby Evans installed a large, classical, seven circuit labyrinth in the prairie lands of Missouri and proceeded to work with the energy in ways she never imagined when the idea came to her. She is an author, artist, singer, radio talk show and podcast host, multi-certified transpersonal therapist, one of the founding members of TLS, and the first Energy Keepers Chairperson, plus steward of the Prairie Labyrinth in Sibley, MO

        • Coming Home to Ourselves; Walking the Triple Spiral Labyrinth. Ordained Interfaith Minister, Sacred Sites guide, and director of Anam Cara Connections, guest, Kathleen Verigin, explores her love of an ancient, pre-Celtic labyrinth design and the ministry she’s created to connect people to Celtic Spirituality.

        • One Man’s Journey Down a Sandy Path. Sand labyrinth artist and creator, Denny Dyke, shares his journey and 2017 TLS Gathering lecture topic with host, Christiana Brinton and they are joined by his crew: detail artist, Christine Moehring and photographer, Pamela Hansen.

        • Constructing A Stone Mosaic Labyrinth with Jeffrey Bale: Capturing Nature and Her Patterns. Join Christiana and Oregon native, garden designer, and stone artist, Jeffrey Bale, as they discuss his lifelong love of stone, the installation locations in Washington State and New Zealand, and the methods behind his passion.

        • From Seed to Harvest; The Story of Sydney’s First Permanent Public Labyrinth.  Join Christiana and Aussie, Emily Simpson, as we explore the process she experienced when she decided to follow her passion in her hometown of Sydney, AU.

        • The Labyrinth Scene in Washington State, with Dan Niven. Seattle native and creator and administrator of the Western Washington Labyrinth Network, Dan shares his passion for designing, and building labyrinths, in the Seattle area, that provide people with transformative experiences.

        • Miracles, Mystery & Meaning on the Labyrinth with Holly Carnegie Letcher. Holly is a TLS 2017 Gathering workshop presenter and has created a Vancouver Island, CA Labyrinth Pilgrimage in October that directly precedes the Gathering. Join us as she shares her workshop topic and the labyrinths she wishes to share with visitors on her lovely island home.

        • How Do You Seed An Entire Continent and It’s Island Partner with Labyrinths? Join me and Lorraine Rodda as we talk about the Australian Labyrinth Network and the vibrant labyrinth scene “Down Under.”

        • What Does It Mean to Honor the Labyrinth Environment & Co-Create with Nature? Please join Stephen Shibley and me as we explore the theme of the 2017 TLS Gathering in the context of the Bainbridge Island and Islandwood Eco-Center settings and as it relates to Stephen's workshop topic and poster presentation.

        • Labyrinths In Prisons: A Case Study.  Beth Mace, of the founding members of the New England Labyrinth Guild, will discuss her groups’ work within a Medium Security State Prison and the impact this six-year-old labyrinth program has had on the women inmates. Beth shared a poster presentation of this study during the Research Sharing Circle on Thursday afternoon of the 2016 Houston TLS Gathering.  

        • Using Labyrinths to Dissolve Boundaries Through Artistic Expression and Social Engagement, with artist, social activist and 2016 Gathering featured speaker, Reginald Adams. Join us as we discuss his community building labyrinth work with Houston area high school students. 

        • Combining Art, Spirituality and Service Through the Labyrinth: Making a Difference One Labyrinth at a Time. Join Christiana and her guests, Debi and Marty Kermeen, the well-known dynamic duo of the global labyrinth community and featured speakers at the 2016 Houston Gathering, as they discuss the personal and community impact of the Kermeen’s numerous labyrinth installations.

        • Soundscapes and Labyrinths: what’s the Connection? Portland OR resident, classical composer, and bio-musician, Susan Alexjander, shares her vision of interconnectedness through sound and the labyrinth metaphor and symbolism.

        • Following Ariadne’s Thread for 42 years: Highlights and Musings of an Intrepid English Explorer. Join Christiana and Jeff Saward as they explore the interwoven, interrelated labyrinthine path of TLS, labyrinths in general, and Jeff's own journey.

        • How to Build a Labyrinth Organization 101. Join Christiana and David Gallagher as they talk about his unique experiences with labyrinths, his involvement in the early TLS years, and his 20 years as Executive Director.

        • The First 10 Years Through the Eyes of a TLS Founding Member: MPMV guest, Annette Reynolds, shares her memories of the early TLS years: the people, the places, and the synchronistic events that shaped and defined TLS. Annette also talks about her latest labyrinth passion as the Director and Steward of a sacred underground cave system in northwestern Alabama, Manitou Cave.

        • Bountiful Harvest; A Founder’s First Impressions. Neal provides his perspective on the fledgling years of TLS, how he became involved, and how this influenced his own labyrinth journey. He also talks about his stint as Moderator for the Bountiful Harvest Panel at the TLS Gathering this year.

        • Stepping Forward with Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion In the Labyrinth Community. Listen as Lars and Christiana discuss what these words mean, and the obstacles, and methods that the labyrinth community might use to introduce labyrinths into underserved communities over the next five to ten years.

        • Following Ariadne’s Thread for 42 years: Highlights and Musings of an Intrepid English Explorer. Join Christiana and Jeff Saward as they explore the interwoven, interrelated labyrinthine path of TLS, labyrinths in general, and Jeff's own journey.

        • What is the Path to Awakening Seeds of Compassion Within Ourselves? Join Dr. Dilley and Christiana as they discuss Robin’s Gathering workshop topic, her use of labyrinths in her clinical practice, her own labyrinth journey through breast cancer diagnosis, and the books that resulted from this journey.

        • Creating Opportunity through Diversity by Connecting Labyrinths to Inner City Youth Programs.TLS Membership Chair, Janice Lewis, discusses creating diversity within the labyrinth community through an inner city program that uses labyrinths, mandalas, and peace circles to help at-risk youth create better coping skills and habits.

        • Mapping Labyrinths: One Man’s Passion. Join Rev. Warren Lynn and Christiana for a discussion about his online, North American digital maps highlighting labyrinth and facilitator locations, and labyrinth and local tourist information. Warren and Christiana also talk about his gift to the TLS 2018 20th Anniversary Gathering: a virtual, Chicagoland, IL area map perfect for creating pilgrimage routes for pre-or-post-Gathering labyrinth walking and sightseeing

        • Bountiful Harvest; A Founder’s First Impressions. Neal provides his perspective on the fledgling years of TLS, how he became involved, and how this influenced his own labyrinth journey. He also talks about his stint as Moderator for the Bountiful Harvest Panel at the TLS Gathering this year.

        • Labyrinths and the Chakra System; Healing Circuit by Circuit. Ruta, a resident and citizen of Lithuania, has been using her transpersonal gifts in conjunction with Reiki, as a Master Teacher, to heal others for many years and now incorporates labyrinths in her healing techniques as well.  Join us as we talk about her life with labyrinths and her 2017 TLS Gathering Workshop.

        • Miracles, Mystery & Meaning on the Labyrinth with Holly Carnegie Letcher. Holly is a TLS 2017 Gathering workshop presenter and has created a Vancouver Island, CA Labyrinth Pilgrimage in October that directly precedes the Gathering. Join us as she shares her workshop topic and the labyrinths she wishes to share with visitors on her lovely island home.

        • Labyrinth Around America; A Brit & His Pilgrimage. Clive and Christiana discuss Clive’s first segment of his, Labyrinth Around America”, project and the labyrinths he loves dearly in his neck of the UK. 

        • Labyrinths In Prisons: A Case Study.  Beth Mace, of the founding members of the New England Labyrinth Guild, will discuss her groups’ work within a Medium Security State Prison and the impact this six-year-old labyrinth program has had on the women inmates. Beth shared a poster presentation of this study during the Research Sharing Circle on Thursday afternoon of the 2016 Houston TLS Gathering.  

        • Weaving Peacemaking with Social Justice on the Labyrinth. Listen to Rev. Dr.  Kathyrn McLean as she talks about her life’s work and passion. Dr. McLean is an ordained Presbyterian minister, Chaplain, Spiritual Director, and a Veriditas certified Advanced Labyrinth Facilitator. She is also a scheduled workshop presenter at the 2016 Houston TLS Gathering.

        • Can Walking a Labyrinth Help Tech Savvy College Students Reconnect? Join guest speaker, Dr. Nancy Bandiera, the Publications Chair for The Labyrinth Society (2015-2016) and a college professor at La Guardia Community College in New York, as she discusses using labyrinths to engage her students and help them succeed. 

        • Stepping Forward with Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion In the Labyrinth Community. Listen as Lars and Christiana discuss what these words mean, and the obstacles, and methods that the labyrinth community might use to introduce labyrinths into underserved communities over the next five to ten years.

        • Seeds, Symbols, and SEE-ing PossibilitiesMaia Scott, was one of the Featured Speakers at the 2015 TLS Gathering in Waycross, IN and has been a Concurrent Workshop Presenter a few times over the past five years. She is an interdisciplinary artist, bodyworker, college instructor, writer, and labyrinth designer and builder who imbues her work and play with humor and deep compassion as she navigates her "sight quirky" life with her trusty guide dog, Fiddler, by her side.

        • What is the Path to Awakening Seeds of Compassion Within Ourselves? Join Dr. Dilley and Christiana as they discuss Robin’s Gathering workshop topic, her use of labyrinths in her clinical practice, her own labyrinth journey through breast cancer diagnosis, and the books that resulted from this journey.

        • Creating Opportunity through Diversity by Connecting Labyrinths to Inner City Youth Programs.TLS Membership Chair, Janice Lewis, discusses creating diversity within the labyrinth community through an inner city program that uses labyrinths, mandalas, and peace circles to help at-risk youth create better coping skills and habits.

        • TLS End-of-Year Donation Drive with #GivingTuesday. Katja Marquart, the TLS Finance Chair, shares information about TLS’s entrance into the Social Media crowd funding site, #GivingTuesday, and what end of the year donations mean to TLS

        • From Seed to Harvest; The Story of Sydney’s First Permanent Public Labyrinth.  Join Christiana and Aussie, Emily Simpson, as we explore the process she experienced when she decided to follow her passion in her hometown of Sydney, AU.

        • Going with the Flow Naturally with Traci McMerritt. Traci, a past TLS Gathering workshop presenter, explains how walking a labyrinth with others in nature, and connecting through laughter and eye contact, can lead to meaningful interactions and self-discovery. 

        • Labyrinth Around America; A Brit & His Pilgrimage. Clive and Christiana discuss Clive’s first segment of his, Labyrinth Around America”, project and the labyrinths he loves dearly in his neck of the UK. 

        • How Do You Seed An Entire Continent and It’s Island Partner with Labyrinths? Join me and Lorraine Rodda as we talk about the Australian Labyrinth Network and the vibrant labyrinth scene “Down Under.”

        • Labyrinths In Prisons: A Case Study.  Beth Mace, of the founding members of the New England Labyrinth Guild, will discuss her groups’ work within a Medium Security State Prison and the impact this six-year-old labyrinth program has had on the women inmates. Beth shared a poster presentation of this study during the Research Sharing Circle on Thursday afternoon of the 2016 Houston TLS Gathering.  

        • Weaving Peacemaking with Social Justice on the Labyrinth. Listen to Rev. Dr.  Kathyrn McLean as she talks about her life’s work and passion. Dr. McLean is an ordained Presbyterian minister, Chaplain, Spiritual Director, and a Veriditas certified Advanced Labyrinth Facilitator. She is also a scheduled workshop presenter at the 2016 Houston TLS Gathering.

        • In the Heart of a City; Labyrinths as Respite, with guest, Janice Lewis, a volunteer with Chicago Lights; a community outreach organization located at Fourth Presbyterian Church in Chicago, Illinois.  Chicago Lights offers comprehensive social service programs for at-risk youth, the homeless, and the disadvantaged across the Chicagoland area. Janice volunteers with a number of their programs and uses labyrinths as a foundational piece in her workshops, retreats and classes. 

        • Using Labyrinths to Dissolve Boundaries Through Artistic Expression and Social Engagement, with artist, social activist and 2016 Gathering featured speaker, Reginald Adams. Join us as we discuss his community building labyrinth work with Houston area high school students. 

        • Combining Art, Spirituality and Service Through the Labyrinth: Making a Difference One Labyrinth at a Time. Join Christiana and her guests, Debi and Marty Kermeen, the well-known dynamic duo of the global labyrinth community and featured speakers at the 2016 Houston Gathering, as they discuss the personal and community impact of the Kermeen’s numerous labyrinth installations.

        • Can Walking a Labyrinth Help Tech Savvy College Students Reconnect? Join guest speaker, Dr. Nancy Bandiera, the Publications Chair for The Labyrinth Society (2015-2016) and a college professor at La Guardia Community College in New York, as she discusses using labyrinths to engage her students and help them succeed. 

        • Seeds, Symbols, and SEE-ing PossibilitiesMaia Scott, was one of the Featured Speakers at the 2015 TLS Gathering in Waycross, IN and has been a Concurrent Workshop Presenter a few times over the past five years. She is an interdisciplinary artist, bodyworker, college instructor, writer, and labyrinth designer and builder who imbues her work and play with humor and deep compassion as she navigates her "sight quirky" life with her trusty guide dog, Fiddler, by her side.

        • Using Labyrinths as Fifth Dimensional Self Towers: A Healer's Calling. in 1995, Toby Evans installed a large, classical, seven circuit labyrinth in the prairie lands of Missouri and proceeded to work with the energy in ways she never imagined when the idea came to her. She is an author, artist, singer, radio talk show and podcast host, multi-certified transpersonal therapist, one of the founding members of TLS, and the first Energy Keepers Chairperson, plus steward of the Prairie Labyrinth in Sibley, MO

        • What is the Path to Awakening Seeds of Compassion Within Ourselves? Join Dr. Dilley and Christiana as they discuss Robin’s Gathering workshop topic, her use of labyrinths in her clinical practice, her own labyrinth journey through breast cancer diagnosis, and the books that resulted from this journey.

        • Creating Opportunity through Diversity by Connecting Labyrinths to Inner City Youth Programs.TLS Membership Chair, Janice Lewis, discusses creating diversity within the labyrinth community through an inner city program that uses labyrinths, mandalas, and peace circles to help at-risk youth create better coping skills and habits.

        • How to Build a Labyrinth Organization 101. Join Christiana and David Gallagher as they talk about his unique experiences with labyrinths, his involvement in the early TLS years, and his 20 years as Executive Director.

        • The First 10 Years Through the Eyes of a TLS Founding Member: MPMV guest, Annette Reynolds, shares her memories of the early TLS years: the people, the places, and the synchronistic events that shaped and defined TLS. Annette also talks about her latest labyrinth passion as the Director and Steward of a sacred underground cave system in northwestern Alabama, Manitou Cave.

        • Coming Home to Ourselves; Walking the Triple Spiral Labyrinth. Ordained Interfaith Minister, Sacred Sites guide, and director of Anam Cara Connections, guest, Kathleen Verigin, explores her love of an ancient, pre-Celtic labyrinth design and the ministry she’s created to connect people to Celtic Spirituality.

        • From Seed to Harvest; The Story of Sydney’s First Permanent Public Labyrinth.  Join Christiana and Aussie, Emily Simpson, as we explore the process she experienced when she decided to follow her passion in her hometown of Sydney, AU.

        • Going with the Flow Naturally with Traci McMerritt. Traci, a past TLS Gathering workshop presenter, explains how walking a labyrinth with others in nature, and connecting through laughter and eye contact, can lead to meaningful interactions and self-discovery. 

        • Labyrinths and the Chakra System; Healing Circuit by Circuit. Ruta, a resident and citizen of Lithuania, has been using her transpersonal gifts in conjunction with Reiki, as a Master Teacher, to heal others for many years and now incorporates labyrinths in her healing techniques as well.  Join us as we talk about her life with labyrinths and her 2017 TLS Gathering Workshop.

        • Soundscapes and Labyrinths: what’s the Connection? Portland OR resident, classical composer, and bio-musician, Susan Alexjander, shares her vision of interconnectedness through sound and the labyrinth metaphor and symbolism.

        • Miracles, Mystery & Meaning on the Labyrinth with Holly Carnegie Letcher. Holly is a TLS 2017 Gathering workshop presenter and has created a Vancouver Island, CA Labyrinth Pilgrimage in October that directly precedes the Gathering. Join us as she shares her workshop topic and the labyrinths she wishes to share with visitors on her lovely island home.

        • Labyrinth Around America; A Brit & His Pilgrimage. Clive and Christiana discuss Clive’s first segment of his, Labyrinth Around America”, project and the labyrinths he loves dearly in his neck of the UK. 

        • What Does It Mean to Honor the Labyrinth Environment & Co-Create with Nature? Please join Stephen Shibley and me as we explore the theme of the 2017 TLS Gathering in the context of the Bainbridge Island and Islandwood Eco-Center settings and as it relates to Stephen's workshop topic and poster presentation.

        • In the Heart of a City; Labyrinths as Respite, with guest, Janice Lewis, a volunteer with Chicago Lights; a community outreach organization located at Fourth Presbyterian Church in Chicago, Illinois.  Chicago Lights offers comprehensive social service programs for at-risk youth, the homeless, and the disadvantaged across the Chicagoland area. Janice volunteers with a number of their programs and uses labyrinths as a foundational piece in her workshops, retreats and classes. 

        • Combining Art, Spirituality and Service Through the Labyrinth: Making a Difference One Labyrinth at a Time. Join Christiana and her guests, Debi and Marty Kermeen, the well-known dynamic duo of the global labyrinth community and featured speakers at the 2016 Houston Gathering, as they discuss the personal and community impact of the Kermeen’s numerous labyrinth installations.

        • What is the TLS 365 Experience? Join host, Christiana Brinton, and her guest, Lynda Tourloukis, as they discuss what makes walking a labyrinth every day, a life altering experience.

        • Stepping Forward with Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion In the Labyrinth Community. Listen as Lars and Christiana discuss what these words mean, and the obstacles, and methods that the labyrinth community might use to introduce labyrinths into underserved communities over the next five to ten years.

        • Seeds, Symbols, and SEE-ing PossibilitiesMaia Scott, was one of the Featured Speakers at the 2015 TLS Gathering in Waycross, IN and has been a Concurrent Workshop Presenter a few times over the past five years. She is an interdisciplinary artist, bodyworker, college instructor, writer, and labyrinth designer and builder who imbues her work and play with humor and deep compassion as she navigates her "sight quirky" life with her trusty guide dog, Fiddler, by her side.

        • Using Labyrinths as Fifth Dimensional Self Towers: A Healer's Calling. in 1995, Toby Evans installed a large, classical, seven circuit labyrinth in the prairie lands of Missouri and proceeded to work with the energy in ways she never imagined when the idea came to her. She is an author, artist, singer, radio talk show and podcast host, multi-certified transpersonal therapist, one of the founding members of TLS, and the first Energy Keepers Chairperson, plus steward of the Prairie Labyrinth in Sibley, MO

        • Following Ariadne’s Thread for 42 years: Highlights and Musings of an Intrepid English Explorer. Join Christiana and Jeff Saward as they explore the interwoven, interrelated labyrinthine path of TLS, labyrinths in general, and Jeff's own journey.

        • How to Build a Labyrinth Organization 101. Join Christiana and David Gallagher as they talk about his unique experiences with labyrinths, his involvement in the early TLS years, and his 20 years as Executive Director.

        • The First 10 Years Through the Eyes of a TLS Founding Member: MPMV guest, Annette Reynolds, shares her memories of the early TLS years: the people, the places, and the synchronistic events that shaped and defined TLS. Annette also talks about her latest labyrinth passion as the Director and Steward of a sacred underground cave system in northwestern Alabama, Manitou Cave.

        • Mapping Labyrinths: One Man’s Passion. Join Rev. Warren Lynn and Christiana for a discussion about his online, North American digital maps highlighting labyrinth and facilitator locations, and labyrinth and local tourist information. Warren and Christiana also talk about his gift to the TLS 2018 20th Anniversary Gathering: a virtual, Chicagoland, IL area map perfect for creating pilgrimage routes for pre-or-post-Gathering labyrinth walking and sightseeing

        • Bountiful Harvest; A Founder’s First Impressions. Neal provides his perspective on the fledgling years of TLS, how he became involved, and how this influenced his own labyrinth journey. He also talks about his stint as Moderator for the Bountiful Harvest Panel at the TLS Gathering this year.

        • TLS End-of-Year Donation Drive with #GivingTuesday. Katja Marquart, the TLS Finance Chair, shares information about TLS’s entrance into the Social Media crowd funding site, #GivingTuesday, and what end of the year donations mean to TLS

        • One Man’s Journey Down a Sandy Path. Sand labyrinth artist and creator, Denny Dyke, shares his journey and 2017 TLS Gathering lecture topic with host, Christiana Brinton and they are joined by his crew: detail artist, Christine Moehring and photographer, Pamela Hansen.

        • Constructing A Stone Mosaic Labyrinth with Jeffrey Bale: Capturing Nature and Her Patterns. Join Christiana and Oregon native, garden designer, and stone artist, Jeffrey Bale, as they discuss his lifelong love of stone, the installation locations in Washington State and New Zealand, and the methods behind his passion.

        • The Labyrinth Scene in Washington State, with Dan Niven. Seattle native and creator and administrator of the Western Washington Labyrinth Network, Dan shares his passion for designing, and building labyrinths, in the Seattle area, that provide people with transformative experiences.

        • How Do You Seed An Entire Continent and It’s Island Partner with Labyrinths? Join me and Lorraine Rodda as we talk about the Australian Labyrinth Network and the vibrant labyrinth scene “Down Under.”

        • What is the TLS 365 Experience? Join host, Christiana Brinton, and her guest, Lynda Tourloukis, as they discuss what makes walking a labyrinth every day, a life altering experience.

        • What Does It Mean to Honor the Labyrinth Environment & Co-Create with Nature? Please join Stephen Shibley and me as we explore the theme of the 2017 TLS Gathering in the context of the Bainbridge Island and Islandwood Eco-Center settings and as it relates to Stephen's workshop topic and poster presentation.

        • Mapping Labyrinths: One Man’s Passion. Join Rev. Warren Lynn and Christiana for a discussion about his online, North American digital maps highlighting labyrinth and facilitator locations, and labyrinth and local tourist information. Warren and Christiana also talk about his gift to the TLS 2018 20th Anniversary Gathering: a virtual, Chicagoland, IL area map perfect for creating pilgrimage routes for pre-or-post-Gathering labyrinth walking and sightseeing

        • What is the TLS 365 Experience? Join host, Christiana Brinton, and her guest, Lynda Tourloukis, as they discuss what makes walking a labyrinth every day, a life altering experience.

        • Jim Buchanan, Scottish land artist and creator of light labyrinths, discusses his land art and labyrinth light installations.

        • Leah Goode-Harris, Poet, speaker & creator of the Santa Rosa labyrinth design, discusses her labyrinth work and poetry.

        • Sandra Wasko-Flood, interactive labyrinth artist & peace activist, talks about her labyrinth installations and work with Living Labyrinths for Peace.           

        • Ansula Press, designer of the Genesa labyrinth, featured at both the 2009 Troutdale and 2014 Vancouver Island TLS Gatherings, discusses this labyrinth and her other labyrinth artwork.

        • Carlos Arturo Smith, labyrinth artist, works with copper and is often a vendor at TLS Gatherings. Christiana Brinton and Carlos discussed his work.

        • Sonam Targee , multi-instrumentalist, world musician, and labyrinth musician. Discussion about playing music for labyrinth events and his travel experiences. 

        • Eve Hogan, speaker, counselor, and owner of a labyrinth ministry in Hawaii, discusses her labyrinth work and experiences.

        • Nancy Klos, artist & designer of labyrinth needlepoint samplers. Discussion about her beautiful labyrinth designs and artwork.

        • Judith Tripp discusses her work as Women’s Dream Quest creator and musician. 

        • Margaret McGee, poet, writer, and leader of the team that installed a Chartres style labyrinth at St Paul’s Episcopal Church in Port Townsend, WA. Discussion about the challenges and joys of the labyrinth installation process in a church setting.

        • Meryl Ann Butler, visionary artist and labyrinth designer, discusses her labyrinth art and work. 

        • Iwan Brioc, Welsh thespian & creator of Theatre CynFyn and Caerdroia, a permanent outside labyrinth in Wales. Discussion about his 3 dimensional labyrinth installation and interactive theater work.

        • Irma Haggith, Canadian labyrinth artist who blends labyrinth walking with teachings on the Akashic Records and who does World Labyrinth drumming every Solstice in Toronto. Discussion about her labyrinth work.

        • John Burke, Musician, composer, labyrinth music creator, and presenter at TLS 2010 New Harmony Gathering, discusses his beautiful music created to augment and heighten the labyrinth walking experience.

        • Lynda Tourloukis, DOF, QOC, Director of Fun and Frolic, laughter on the labyrinth. Discussion of the benefits of laughter on the labyrinth.  

        • Mary Teetor, needlepoint and beadwork crafts artist who created a new modular way of designing labyrinths, explains her different designs and the design process.

        • Ben Nicholson, Co-host of TLS 2010 Gathering and keynote speaker. Discussion of his labyrinth designs and the TLS Gathering process. 

        • Jodi Lorimer, author of a new book about Paleolithic shaman caves and the labyrinth connection discusses her book.

        • Aryana Rayne,  British Columbia, CA resident who just published a guide to BC labyrinths, discusses the process of getting something published that is not mainstream.

        • Jim Buchanan, Scottish land artist and creator of light labyrinths, discusses his land art and labyrinth light installations.

        • Ronald Esquivel, Costa Rican labyrinth designer and geomancer, discusses his amazing labyrinth designs and sacred geometry.

        • Leah Goode-Harris, Poet, speaker & creator of the Santa Rosa labyrinth design, discusses her labyrinth work and poetry.

        • Robert Ferre, well-known labyrinth workshop presenter and canvas labyrinth builder, owner of Labyrinth Enterprises, LTD, and author. Discussion about the Chartres Cathedral labyrinth and labyrinth designs.

        • Sandra Wasko-Flood, interactive labyrinth artist & peace activist, talks about her labyrinth installations and work with Living Labyrinths for Peace.           

        • Jose Cuesta, artist and designer of South American labyrinths, tells about his labyrinth installations in Central and South America.

        • Ansula Press, designer of the Genesa labyrinth, featured at both the 2009 Troutdale and 2014 Vancouver Island TLS Gatherings, discusses this labyrinth and her other labyrinth artwork.

        • Cordelia Rose, equine labyrinth creator and co-host of 2010 TLS Gathering, discusses her equine labyrinths and experiences walking them with her horse and other horses.

        • Eve Hogan, speaker, counselor, and owner of a labyrinth ministry in Hawaii, discusses her labyrinth work and experiences.

        • Margaret McGee, poet, writer, and leader of the team that installed a Chartres style labyrinth at St Paul’s Episcopal Church in Port Townsend, WA. Discussion about the challenges and joys of the labyrinth installation process in a church setting.

        • John Ridder, owner of Paxworks and TLS Central Region Representative. Discussion about the Midwest’s Regional Labyrinth Conference and his labyrinth installations. 

        • Myra Smith (Ryneheart Corcorran), Certified Labyrinth Facilitator and labyrinth landscape artist, The Laughing Flower Labyrinth & Landscape Co. Discussion about her labyrinth process.

        • Neal Harris, owner of Relax4Life.com and maker of double labyrinths who works with ADHD individuals, discusses his Intuipath™ labyrinths and work.

        • Helen Curry, One of the founding members of TLS who created and ran a prison labyrinth ministry at Danbury Women’s Federal Prison for many years. She is also a creator of wedding labyrinths. Discussion about her prison labyrinth work and her experiences using labyrinths for weddings.

        • Marty Marty and Debi Kermeen, stone and paver labyrinth builders extraordinaire, discussion their work and many labyrinth installations. 

        • Ben Nicholson, Co-host of TLS 2010 Gathering and keynote speaker. Discussion of his labyrinth designs and the TLS Gathering process. 

        • Sonam Targee , multi-instrumentalist, world musician, and labyrinth musician. Discussion about playing music for labyrinth events and his travel experiences. 

        • Russell Hill, technical volunteer for TLS 2009 Gathering. Discussion about the technical challenges of putting on a TLS Gathering.

        • Judith Tripp discusses her work as Women’s Dream Quest creator and musician. 

        • Iwan Brioc, Welsh thespian & creator of Theatre CynFyn and Caerdroia, a permanent outside labyrinth in Wales. Discussion about his 3 dimensional labyrinth installation and interactive theater work.

        • John Burke, Musician, composer, labyrinth music creator, and presenter at TLS 2010 New Harmony Gathering, discusses his beautiful music created to augment and heighten the labyrinth walking experience.

        • Jodi Lorimer, author of a new book about Paleolithic shaman caves and the labyrinth connection discusses her book.

        • Robert Ferre, well-known labyrinth workshop presenter and canvas labyrinth builder, owner of Labyrinth Enterprises, LTD, and author. Discussion about the Chartres Cathedral labyrinth and labyrinth designs.

        • John Ridder, owner of Paxworks and TLS Central Region Representative. Discussion about the Midwest’s Regional Labyrinth Conference and his labyrinth installations. 

        • Nancy Ayer, Seattle, WA, labyrinth speaker, discusses the connection between the soul, the labyrinth and ancient mythology.

        • Ronald Esquivel, Costa Rican labyrinth designer and geomancer, discusses his amazing labyrinth designs and sacred geometry.

        • Jodi Lorimer, author of a new book about Paleolithic shaman caves and the labyrinth connection discusses her book.

        • Robert Ferre, well-known labyrinth workshop presenter and canvas labyrinth builder, owner of Labyrinth Enterprises, LTD, and author. Discussion about the Chartres Cathedral labyrinth and labyrinth designs.

        • Jose Cuesta, artist and designer of South American labyrinths, tells about his labyrinth installations in Central and South America.

        • Crystal-Dawn Walker, graduate student at Marylhurst University and creator of a labyrinth tour to France & Italy discusses her university student labyrinth work and tour that took place in September 2009.

        • Cordelia Rose, equine labyrinth creator and co-host of 2010 TLS Gathering, discusses her equine labyrinths and experiences walking them with her horse and other horses.

        • Adrienne Fermoyle, the author of a workbook about using labyrinths to transcend grief, discusses  using labyrinths to address grief issues.

        • John Ridder, owner of Paxworks and TLS Central Region Representative. Discussion about the Midwest’s Regional Labyrinth Conference and his labyrinth installations. 

        • Nancy Ayer, Seattle, WA, labyrinth speaker, discusses the connection between the soul, the labyrinth and ancient mythology.

        • Hillery Crocker, Vashon Island, WA resident and sound healer, alchemical healing practitioner, massage therapist and planetary healer. Discussion about using the Labyrinth as a container for social change and celebration using Grief and Empowerment work.

        • Diane Rudebock, nurse and faculty member at the University of Central Oklahoma, discusses the recent research involving a qualitative study analyzing labyrinth walkers reported experiences when walking the labyrinth.  

        • Neal Harris, owner of Relax4Life.com and maker of double labyrinths who works with ADHD individuals, discusses his Intuipath™ labyrinths and work.

        • Ronald Esquivel, Costa Rican labyrinth designer and geomancer, discusses his amazing labyrinth designs and sacred geometry.

        • Robert Ferre, well-known labyrinth workshop presenter and canvas labyrinth builder, owner of Labyrinth Enterprises, LTD, and author. Discussion about the Chartres Cathedral labyrinth and labyrinth designs.

        • Jose Cuesta, artist and designer of South American labyrinths, tells about his labyrinth installations in Central and South America.

        • Myra Smith (Ryneheart Corcorran), Certified Labyrinth Facilitator and labyrinth landscape artist, The Laughing Flower Labyrinth & Landscape Co. Discussion about her labyrinth process.

        • Marty Marty and Debi Kermeen, stone and paver labyrinth builders extraordinaire, discussion their work and many labyrinth installations. 

        • Eunice Schroeder, Labyrinth speaker and Director of Sacred Journey Ministries, shares her experiences at the 2009 TLS Troutdale, OR Gathering.

        • Sandra Wasko-Flood, interactive labyrinth artist & peace activist, talks about her labyrinth installations and work with Living Labyrinths for Peace.           

        • Crystal-Dawn Walker, graduate student at Marylhurst University and creator of a labyrinth tour to France & Italy discusses her university student labyrinth work and tour that took place in September 2009.

        • Eve Hogan, speaker, counselor, and owner of a labyrinth ministry in Hawaii, discusses her labyrinth work and experiences.

        • Adrienne Fermoyle, the author of a workbook about using labyrinths to transcend grief, discusses  using labyrinths to address grief issues.

        • Christine McCullough and Victoria Williams, The Labyrinth Ladies (RI), tell about their organization in Rhode Island and their labyrinth ministry.

        • Hillery Crocker, Vashon Island, WA resident and sound healer, alchemical healing practitioner, massage therapist and planetary healer. Discussion about using the Labyrinth as a container for social change and celebration using Grief and Empowerment work.

        • Lynda Tourloukis, DOF, QOC, Director of Fun and Frolic, laughter on the labyrinth. Discussion of the benefits of laughter on the labyrinth.  

        • Diane Rudebock, nurse and faculty member at the University of Central Oklahoma, discusses the recent research involving a qualitative study analyzing labyrinth walkers reported experiences when walking the labyrinth.  

        • Helen Curry, One of the founding members of TLS who created and ran a prison labyrinth ministry at Danbury Women’s Federal Prison for many years. She is also a creator of wedding labyrinths. Discussion about her prison labyrinth work and her experiences using labyrinths for weddings.

        • Nancy Ayer, Seattle, WA, labyrinth speaker, discusses the connection between the soul, the labyrinth and ancient mythology.

        • Irma Haggith, Canadian labyrinth artist who blends labyrinth walking with teachings on the Akashic Records and who does World Labyrinth drumming every Solstice in Toronto. Discussion about her labyrinth work.

        • Hillery Crocker, Vashon Island, WA resident and sound healer, alchemical healing practitioner, massage therapist and planetary healer. Discussion about using the Labyrinth as a container for social change and celebration using Grief and Empowerment work.

        • Lilan Laisley, keynote speaker for TLS 2010 New Harmony Gathering and noted astrologer. Discussion of her labyrinth work and keynote topic.