Im super excited because i just designed my first labyrinth start to finish. While ive modified them before and worked with designers, it was extremely rewarding going from start to finish. Our key products revolve around rainbows, so the overall shape was a no brainer. But as for the path, we look at rainbows as a representation of life, a long and winding path. I chose to keep it simple, so that each arch can represent a season of life. Each path you take you can closely reflect on where you have just come from, and have an eye on your future yet to come, and as with all my labyrinths an outside ring for clarity to walk in prep of ofnthe walk, or final reflection upon exit. This labyrinth is more than just a tool for relaxation, reflection and meditation. It makes a great activity to help with small muscle skills when using a stylus, and on top of that add a wool ball and it becomes a great eye tracking activity with back and forth movement controlled by the user. By adding multiple wollen balls it can be a color sorting activity, and it even can be a beautiful piece of functional art to spruce up the look of a room. Wool ball is around 0.8” diameter and may pose a chocking hazard for children under 3 years old.