Cambridge-based arts project for adults with learning disabilities, Rowan Humberstone, are now making these beautiful wooden finger labyrinths.
They are available to buy in large (dinner plate) or small (tea plate) size and in a variety of light or dark woods. Each one is unique. The labyrinths are sanded and oiled by hand to achieve a beautifully tactile silky smooth finish.
Find out more about the Rowan project on the Rowan website, http://rowanhumberstone.co.uk. You can contact them direct or message me to order your labyrinth. Prices range from around £35 – £65 depending on size, wood and design. Your labyrinth can be customised with your own choice of text. The TS Eliot quotation shown above works particularly well: ‘We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.’
The shop at Ferrar House retreat centre, Little Gidding, is also selling the Rowan labyrinths. I’ll be running a labyrinth quiet day there on Thursday 26th June 2014. If you are free, why not come and join us? You can book a place via the Ferrar House website, http://www.ferrarhouse.co.uk