Events DetailsDate: September 9, 2023
Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sponsor: Veriditas.org Website: http://www.veriditas.org/event-4629046 Meeting Link:
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Mountain Light Retreat in Crozet, VA, 6656 Mountain Light Place, Crozet, Virginia, United States
This is an in-person one-day workshop at Mountain Light Retreat in Crozet, Virginia.
For more info and to register, click here: https://www.veriditas.org/event-4629046
Creation Spirituality on the Labyrinth: A Dance of Four Powerful Paths! with Mary Ann Wamhoff
Join us for a day combining awe, contemplative silence, creative expressions, and deep listening! This one-day workshop invites participants to learn basics about the archetypal labyrinth and benefits of the practice of walking it. Additionally, we will explore the ancient tradition of a creation-centered spirituality and how the labyrinth fits in. If you want to learn about or just spend more time with labyrinths, and/or if Creation Spirituality intrigues you, if you simply love creation and want to connect more with our roots in deep time, this workshop is for you!
Sliding scale registration of $50 or $75. Email Mary Ann to register
Mary Ann Wamhoff
After training with Lauren Artress in Chartres, Mary Ann became a Veriditas Advanced Accredited Labyrinth Facilitator. She has walked labyrinths since at least 1995, has studied with Caroline Myss, Andrew Harvey, Mirabai Starr, and Matt Fox among others, and is a Reiki Master. She regularly facilitated public walks sponsored by the Labyrinth Resource Group of Santa Fe, and spearheaded and helped build a 48-foot Chartres-style labyrinth. She is presently introducing her new Virginian community to the joys of labyrinth walking! As a Veriditas Council member, she supports facilitators in listening to what people need and is excited about being part of the Veriditas Inclusion Initiative. Coming from a tradition that believes in the unseen, she has both felt and seen the labyrinth’s amazing power!
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Event Posted by: Mary Ann Wamhoff