facilitated by Tina Christensen and Mark Healy
How many times have you wondered what’s the best way to invite family and friends or colleagues to experience walking the labyrinth with you? Felt shy incase you were met with a ‘No'? Even had your invitation land as zealous rather than enthusiastic? Especially in challenging times, being able to invite in a way that has people consider for themselves and say ‘Yes’ and then ‘Thanks so much’, is heart warming and helps us be of service to others.
Join Tina and her adult children who grew up hearing her talk about the labyrinth endlessly (especially in the years of creating Labyrinth Lane 2011-2018) and how they came to forge their own relationship with it, separate from their Mother’s enthusiasm and what made them curious to explore the labyrinth for themselves.
Mark Healy, joined by two of his young adult children will join the conversation. Hear what they found invitational and not invitational, coming from their Dad.
Come with your own wisdom and stories of intergenerational labyrinth invitations or learning experiences for Q&A time.
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Australian Labyrinth Network Inc. No.A0102014J ARBN 624 563 177