Jan Sellers

Events & Workshops

Forthcoming events are presented on this page, along with booking information (where necessary). Further down, you’ll find links to details and a photo gallery of prior events. If you are interested in holding a labyrinth event or workshop for your own organisation, group or community, please get in touch to discuss what might work for you.

I aim to hold all public events in wheelchair accessible venues, and provide table-top (finger) labyrinths and other alternative resources. If you would like to discuss any accessibility issue in relation to a labyrinth experience, just let me know.

Forthcoming Events

Open Labyrinth Walk - first Wednesday of the month

Part of 'Quaker Wednesdays' at Wanstead Quaker Meeting House, Bush Road, Wanstead E11 3AU. Labyrinth walk 10-11.30 (last entry 11.10am) followed by coffee; Quaker Meeting for Worship, 12-12.45; shared lunch (bring something to share if possible). Free event. Everyone welcome for all or part of Quaker Wednesdays. No need to book - just turn up. Tube: Leytonstone.

When the Imagination Wakens... a Quaker contribution to Leytonstone Arts Trail. July 1-9, 2017


Wanstead Quaker Meeting House, Bush Road, Wanstead E11 3AU. Labyrinth walks, art exhibitions and workshops at Wanstead Quaker Meeting House, created by local Quakers and other local artists and craftspeople. Everyone welcome! For details as they become available, visit the Leytonstone Arts Trail website.

Retreat Association Training Day. July 22, 2017

Royal Foundation of St. Katharine, Shoreditch, London. Book now for this peaceful and practical day, with time to learn about labyrinths and how to use these fascinating paths in your own community or workplace. Details and booking here.

The Path Through the Wood: Veriditas Qualifying Workshop. July 28, 2017

Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre, Birmingham. In Woodbrooke's lovely surroundings, we will connect with the natural world and bring our reflections to peaceful labyrinth walks indoors and outdoors. This is a one-day event. Participants who'd like to explore further will then qualify to progress to labyrinth facilitator training with the international non-profit labyrinth organisation, Veriditas. More information and booking at the Woodbrooke website.

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Past Events - Events Photo Gallery

Canvas labyrinth