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.

New! Free Digital Publication

Our first eBook is now available for download, a documentary of the Annual Gathering last Fall in Houston, Texas. Enjoy an interactive edition with videos and slideshows via iTunes or a PDF that can be viewed on any platform.

Social Causes

  • 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.