The Labyrinth Resource Group, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, was founded in Santa Fe in 1998 by a diverse group of individuals who became united in their commitment to the power of the labyrinth in the community and in individual lives. The original sand labyrinth at the Museum of International Folk Art (pictured above) was the first major project of the group in 1999.
Since then, the Labyrinth Resource Group has been involved in the design/construction of over 40 labyrinths in the Santa Fe area, including 10 at elementary schools. Check out the “Find a Labyrinth” page to discover some of the public and private labyrinths the group has been involved in.
The group hosts monthly walks at area public labyrinths. They also provide labyrinth tours, presentations, and workshops on the history and use of labyrinths in a community. They also provide labyrinth design and construction consulting services.