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.

Construction/ Landscaping (Canvas, Outdoor)

  • 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.