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Whitewater Mesa Labyrinths was inspired by a length of ribbon depicting eleven designs of labyrinths.  In 2000 Cordelia Rose moved from Manhattan to a home at the west entrance to the Gila Wilderness in southwest New Mexico.  After laying the first of six labyrinths on the mesa she realized their power.  There are many similarities in walking labyrinths to practicing yoga.  They are both a journey in which you find your center. 

Cordelia Rose
Labyrinth Maker & Yoga Teacher.   


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Cordelia takes pleasure in building labyrinths onsite for WML and offsite for others.  She builds temporary labyrinths for events such as yoga retreats, gives lectures, hosts tours of WML labyrinths, facilitates labyrinth weddings at WML, and leads group walks in others’ labyrinths.  She rides her horses and leads her donkey in her labyrinths. 

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