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Labyrinths Around Pittsburgh


Jessica’s Labyrinth

Chatham University Office of Admission

106 Woodland Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15232

Atrium Playspace at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh

4401 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15224

Homestead Labyrinth

54 E Waterfront Drive, Homestead, PA 15120

Kearns Spirituality Center

The Commons at Providence Heights, 9000

Babcock Boulevard, Allison Park PA 15101 

Western PA Conference - The United Methodist Church

1204 Freedom Road, Cranberry Township, PA 16066

Calvin Presbyterian Church

415 E. Grandview Avenue, Zeilenople, PA 16063

Healing Labyrinth Walk

A healing walk in a labyrinth can be a deeply meditative and restorative experience. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you get started:


  1. Set Your Intention: Before you begin, take a moment to set a clear intention for your walk. This could be a specific question, a prayer, or a desire for healing.

  2. Calm Your Mind: Spend a few moments in silence, focusing on your breath to calm your mind and body.

Entering the Labyrinth

  1. Start Slowly: Enter the labyrinth slowly and deliberately. As you walk, try to clear your mind of distractions and focus on your intention.

  2. Walk Mindfully: Pay attention to each step. You might want to synchronize your steps with your breath, taking slow, deliberate steps.

Walking to the Center

  1. Reflect and Meditate: As you follow the path, reflect on your intention. You can repeat a mantra, prayer, or simply focus on your breathing.

  2. Embrace the Journey: Remember that the path may twist and turn, symbolizing the journey of life. Embrace these turns as part of your healing process.

At the Center

  1. Pause and Reflect: When you reach the center, take some time to pause. You can sit or stand, reflecting on your journey so far. This is a good time for deeper meditation or prayer.

  2. Listen and Receive: Be open to any insights, feelings, or answers that may come to you. This is a moment of stillness and receptivity.


  1. Retrace Your Steps: Begin your journey back out of the labyrinth, following the same path. Use this time to reflect on any insights or feelings you experienced at the center.

  2. Integrate the Experience: As you exit the labyrinth, take a moment to integrate the experience. You might want to journal your thoughts, continue meditating, or simply sit in silence.

After the Walk

  1. Reflect and Journal: Spend some time reflecting on your experience. Writing in a journal can help you process any insights or emotions that arose during your walk.

  2. Carry the Peace with You: Try to carry the sense of peace and clarity you gained from the walk into your daily life.

Walking a labyrinth can be a powerful tool for healing and self-discovery. Each walk can be a unique experience, offering new insights and a deeper connection to yourself.

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