Categories for Movement



The labyrinth became a part of the Christian tradition out of necessity. Early Christians took a vow to visit the Holy City of Jerusalem at some point in their lives.



Labyrinths are found in different forms on all continents, within many cultures and mythologies, carved or painted on ancient caves and church walls, and set in floors at sacred sites such as Gothic cathedrals. These circular paths are a way of learning and praying through movement instead of through thinking.


Walking the Path Together

There is a labyrinth in the stone of the floor of Chartres Cathedral. Installed as the cathedral was built, it offers a way for the faithful to make a pilgrimage without leaving home.

Practice Walking Meditation

Walking meditation is a wonderful way of transforming something that we do every day into a deeply healing, deeply nourishing and enjoyable tool for our awakening.