News & Notes

Enhancing Community with a Labyrinth

May 28, 2015

Clients often site their outdoor labyrinths so that they attract neighborhood and community interest, involvement and engagement. In November 2013 we built a Chartres Replica paver brick labyrinth as the "front yard" for Mulberry Street United Methodist Church in Macon GA.

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Is Walking A Labyrinth Actually Good For You?

May 21, 2015

Meditation has proven medical benefits. Labyrinth walking is among the simplest forms of focused walking meditation. Walking a labyrinth can induce or enhance a contemplative or meditative state of mind.

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Make Sure Your Labyrinth Is Facing The Right Direction

May 14, 2015

Generally when we're deciding how to orient a labyrinth, we believe it should be designed so that you are facing the vista or land feature you find most calming while standing at the entrance to begin your walk.

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Making Labyrinths Wheelchair-Accessible? Most Already Are.

May 05, 2015

Wider paths in a labyrinth detract from the meditative effect. The effort to make a labyrinth "wheelchair-accessible" often leads to unintended consequences.

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