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Spring 2011 Classes with Lea Goode-Harris

In my upstairs downtown studio
I am offering two Spring classes
to help you tap into your creativity...

The Santa Rosa Labyrinth Foundation
and Lea Goode-Harris

Cracked Glass Gourd Vase


Small Gourd Bud Vase


The Cracked Glass Gourd Vase Class
I will show you how to make
an amazing vase using:
gourds, paper maché, cracked glass,
clay, and irredescent powders
This four week Wednesday evening class
begins on April 27th,
and continues May 4th, 11th, & the 18th
7:00 to 9:00 PM
Cost: $100.00 (includes materials)


The Small Gourd Bud Vase Class
I will show you how to make
these tiny gems
from little gourds, special paint,
and old-fashioned elbow grease...
This Saturday afternoon class
is scheduled for May 14, 2011
1:00 tp 4:00 PM
Cost: $35.00 (includes materials)


You can visit my website for more pictures & details
and how to contact me to register.

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Peace In Process ~ A Workshop

Awaken * Joy * Breath * Creativity * Sacred Body


An offering... Experience the ancient power
of your wisdom body

 and the healing insight of your subconscious mind
in a day of guided imagery, sound bath, Primoridal Chi Gung,
labyrinth walking, and expressive arts...

Peace In Process

Tools for Transition

When: Saturday, March 13th, 2010
Where: Institute of Noetic Sciences Petaluma, CA.
Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Guided by: Claudia Holt, MA. Certified Instructor of  Chi Gung;
Helen Boland, CHT; Lea Goode- Harris, Ph.D.;
Jeffrey Edelheit    


For more information or to register
please visit our website
Peace In Process

              $45.00-$100.00 Sliding Scale
Scholarships available


Come... Join us in finding the sound of your soul...
and the beat of your heart...

First photo is of the beautiful Veriditas Labyrinth
at the Institute of Noetic Sciences

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Cooper's Show & Fundraiser at the Santa Rosa Labyrinth Foundation

was a success...

He was a delight to work with...
as well as his mom & dad... Matt & Sue...


Cooper raised just over two-hundred dollars
for Indigo Crone's Medical Expense Fund...


And he sold almost 300 pairs of gorgeous earrings!!!





I know he has really proud parents,
grandparents, aunties and uncles, and many friends...
right mom???

I can't wait to do this with you again Cooper!


And a big thanks to all of you who supported us
in oh so many ways!!!

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The Santa Rosa Labyrinth Foundation's New Home
 Santa Rosa Labyrinth

Labyrinth Design
Creative Consultation

201 D Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95404

Where have I been????
Some of you might ask...

Silent all these months in bloglandia...

I've been finding my feet and hands
in my new studio and office in downtown Santa Rosa,
just walking distance from our home...


Here is a before looking East...


and an after....


A before looking West...


and an after...


in my new studio and office in downtown Santa Rosa,

in my new studio and office in downtown Santa Rosa,

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Cooper, Indigo, & The Santa Rosa Labyrinth Foundation
Cooper Fox's
Pre-Valentines Day Jewelry Sale

Medical Expense Fund Raiser
for Indigo Crone
at the Santa Rosa Labyrinth
Foundation Studio

Saturday February 6, 2010
11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
SRLF Studio
201 D Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
(upstairs between Peets Coffee & 3rd Street Parking)

I've known Cooper Fox all of his nine years.

He's an amazing little guy
and quite the entrepreneur,
when he's not playing soccer or basketball,
with his walnut and pumpkin business in the Fall...
Lately he's delved into making jewelry
and he is quite good...
 I have two pair...
so far...


Here's Cooper at work...


making something beautiful for someone to wear...


Over the holidays, I saw Cooper and his mom and dad, and asked him if he would like to have a show at my new studio... After asking permission from his parents, he said a hearty "yes"!!!!

Here is a sample of some of his earrings...


Part of setting up the finer details for a show and sale was for Cooper to pick a charity or fund to donate 10% of all sales. He called me after our meeting and asked what I thought of making a donation to another neighbor and dearest of friends' Indigo Crone.


Indigo has an inoperable cervical cancer tumor. She has been valiant in doing everything possible to bring healing to herself... as you can imagine the expenses are enormous. Cooper and I are honored to be of some help to her and her husband David. There is actually a large fund raiser happening at Santa Rosa's Community Market & Gaia's Garden Restaurant (with live music provided by friends of Indigo's at the restaurant) on Friday, January 15th. Portions of sales from both places will go to Indigo's Medical Expense Fund.

Donations can be made directly
at any Redwood Credit Union site
Indigo Crone
Account # 335055
or mailed to
Redwood Credit Union
P.O.Box 95406
Santa Rosa, CA 95406

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The 2009 Labyrinth Society Gathering

11th Annual
International Labyrinth Society Gathering Retrospective

by Lea Goode-Harris, Ph.D.
Into the Labyrinth: Creating Space for Spirit
October 8-10, 2009
at McMenamins Edgefield Lodge Portland, Oregon

Stephen Shibley and the fantastic Labyrinth Network Northwest created a beautiful space at the legendary McMenamins Resort to host the 2009 TLS Gathering. Our opening ceremony was led by Judith Tripp as we made sound from water filled bottles from McMenamins’ home brewery and wove our way through the seven-circuit outdoor meander-spiral labyrinth.


The large Blackberry Hall held the vendors, silent auction, and space for our main speakers, workshops, and TLS annual meeting. We also viewed the soon to be released beautiful TLS Labyrinth DVD, member images, and pictures from the first World Labyrinth Day. The surrounding classrooms beckoned us to explore the labyrinth through a variety of mediums from a host of exceptional workshops which included: story; lecture; guided imagery; artistic expression; ceremony; sound; silence; and movement; as well as practical applications for creating space and building labyrinths. The outside meadow offered three different labyrinths to walk by day and illumination by night.

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Other labyrinths were scattered over the beautiful bird and flowered filled grounds of Edgefield, surprising and beckoning you to enter, slowing down to drink deeply of that very moment. The music of Infinitia Art Ensemble and One Root brought us into dance and deep contemplation. And for those adventurous souls… there was even a scavenger hunt throughout the Edgefield halls and amazing murals.

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I was honored to be one of the featured speakers this year (Spirit Sightings) along with Jim Buchanan (Connecting Spirit and Creativity) from Scotland and Ronald Esquivel (Geometries and Energies) from Costa Rica. Jim gave us the opportunity to go inside the labyrinth from our left and right brain in his pre-gathering workshop, entitled Drawing Down the Sky.

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Ronald gave us a lesson where compasses and colored pencils twirled in the discovery of “Feeling the Energy of Sacred Geometry.

My pre-gathering workshop offered Co-creating a Poetree Labyrinth to Express the Spirit of the Seasons, which we donated to the TLS Silent Auction.


Post Gathering activities included the beloved workshop “Creating Your Own Personal Prayer Labyrinth" with Kimberly Saward and Lisa Moriarty. There was also a tour of the Columbia Gorge and waterfalls, with our last stop at a beautiful retreat center with two labyrinths, one of stone and the other mowed into a large expanse of grass.


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On Sunday a group of us experienced five of the beautiful labyrinths in the Portland area at a school, hospital, spiritual center, church, and private garden.

You can read all about that tour and see pictures from the artfull OpEdNews article written by TLS Founding Member Meryl Ann Butler: 

Exploring Portland Labyrinths: An A-Mazing Journey

Throughout the entire gathering, there were many opportunities to be active, renewing friendships, making new ones, networking, learning, teaching, and to just relax and enjoy the company of other labyrinthers from all directions. In closing, Eve Hogan led us in song and farewells until next time, when we will gather once again to connect in wonder and discovery as we share the paths we walk in the labyrinth of life.


Please enjoy here a few more photos from the TLS Gathering!

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Fall Events
For more information, or to register for an event, please click on the links provided below~

Saturday, October 3, 2009
Peace In Process Workshop ~ Creating Inner Peace
with Jeffery Edelheit, Helen Boland, Claudia Holt, & Lea Goode-Harris
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
The Retreat Center at the Institute of Noetic Sciences
101 San Antonio Rd
Petaluma, CA 94952-9524

Sunday, October 4, 2009
Calabash Gourd Festival
1 :00- 5:00 PM
Annual Fund Raiser for Food For Thought
6550 Railroad Avenue Forestville, CA

Monday, October 5, 2009
Labyrinths In The News
Interview with Lea Goode-Harris by  Christiana Briton
3:30 PM pst

Additional interviews on 9/14/09 with Lisa Moriarity-President of the Labyrinth Society and Paths Of Peace labyrinth expert ~ 9/21/09 with Scottish labyrinth expert, designer, and creator Jim Buchanan~ 9/28/09 with Costa Rican metaphysician, geometrist, and designer of intricately interwoven labyrinths Ronald Esquivel~

October 8, 9, & 10, 2009 (pre and post gathering events & workshops October 7th & 11th)
The International Labyrinth Society Gathering
McMenamins Edgefield Lodge and 74-acre estate just outside Portland, Oregon

Workshops, Sales of labyrinth-related products, Silent Auction, Labyrinthers from around the world, and lots of labyrinths to experience!

Featured speakers ~ Jim Buchanan- Scotland, & Ronald Esquivel- Costa Rica, and Lea Goode-Harris- USA.

Pre-gathering workshop with Lea Goode-Harris, Ph.D. ~ Creating a Poetree Labyrinth to Express the Spirit of the Seasons

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