Ozarka College – Mountain View continuing education department will host a free Labyrinth walking workshop on April 26, 2014. The workshop will begin at 10:00 a.m in the lecture hall of Ozarka College – Mountain View.
The Labyrinth is an ancient tool for spiritual, personal and psychological transformation. Participants will explore the history of labyrinths and its resurgence during the 21st century. After the conclusion of the workshop, participants will also be given the opportunity to walk Saint Brendan’s Labyrinth, a 100-foot diameter 11 circuit stone labyrinth, based on the famous labyrinth in Chartres Cathedral, France.
“Walking the sacred single path or unicursal pattern is a way of praying with the body that invites us to connect with the divine presence that we sometimes miss in our rushed and busy lives,” said John Chiaromonte, Labyrinth workshop presenter.
For more information, please contact Lindsay Wilson-Galloway, Director of the Ozarka College – Mountain View campus, at 870.269-5600.