Labyrinth Walks

The Labyrinth

These sacred symbols hold a wealth of potential for both wellbeing and creativity.  A walk in a labyrinth can help us to rejuvenate our sense of wellbeing by providing a safe space in which to slow down and simply be.

My next labyrinth workshop will be held at The Barn, Banchory on Saturday 11th May, 2019 from 11am – 3pm

£45, £40 Concession

This workshop with myself and fellow labyrinth facilitator Janis Wemyss, combines the wellbeing aspects of labyrinth walking with writing for the self.  We will introduce you to the history of this ancient symbol which has been in use for over 4,000 years and guide you on how to walk it, enabling you to slow down and rejuvenate your sense of wellbeing.

Labyrinths are effective tools because they offer the opportunity to take time to yourself, to go inward, to meditate, reflect, problem solve or simply be.

In the second part of the workshop, I will lead you in a writing exercise where you can reflect on your experience of walking the labyrinth more deeply.  The workshop will conclude with a group sharing of your writing in a non-judgemental, supportive group environment.

As this is a Writing For Wellbeing workshop no previous writing experience is necessary.

Refreshments included but please bring a packed lunch and a favourite notebook and pen to write with.

To book please contact The Barn: https://www.thebarnarts.co.uk/whats-on
or call the Box Office on 01330 825431 Tues – Sat 12 – 4pm

2 thoughts on “Labyrinth Walks

  1. Hi Elaine

    I just discovered you through NEOS booklet. I am so interested in your view on Labyrinths. I would love to take part in walking one so please get in touch.

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