Labyrinth: A peaceful escape

Labyrinth Entrance SignAmid the wilds of the Caribbean’s Nature Island, you’ll find peace at our wellness resort. For the ultimate tranquility, you can visit our meditative labyrinth. This peaceful oasis is the perfect spot to meditate, reflect and transform.

Breathe… Relax… Let Go!

It takes about 15 minutes to walk to the center of the labyrinth. Follow the defined pathway to navigate through four quadrants. Allow your mind to be in the moment, releasing all thoughts and stress.

At the center, pay attention to the union created within your mind and soul. After taking your time to reflect, slowly make your journey back through the rock pathway.

Labyrith at Rosalie Bay Resort

Labyrinths date back to the 1200’s. While each may have a different focus, there are a few things all labyrinths have in common: powerful, meditative and healing properties.

Chartres Labyrinth

Rosalie Bay’s labyrinth is modeled after the one in Chartres Cathedral in France, which was originally built in 1201. The labyrinth aligned with a pagan myth involving King Minos and his daughter, Goddess Ariadne, and their statues are proudly on display at Rosalie Bay.

Labyrinth Rosalie Bay Resort

During your visit, we hope to use our labyrinths as a tool for personal, psychological and spiritual transformation. Have you been empowered by this labyrinth’s unique properties? If so, share your experience in a comment below!


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