Who we are

Labyrinth facilitators

Healing Art of Self Care Retreat Facilitators  

Robin Bailey has been coaching individuals through lifestyle transitions of all kinds and facilitating volunteer and community group interactions for the past two decades. Whether dealing with an individual’s personal struggles or a group's dysfunctional relationship dynamics; she brings the focus, clarity and momentum that individuals and groups need to become “unstuck” and move forward. She’s been a labyrinth enthusiast since her first walk in 1998 and is passionate about sharing her enthusiasm with others, connecting them with this ancient and powerful tool for personal transformation.    

Barbara Brown is a visual artist, Horticultural Therapist and Veriditas Labyrinth Facilitator. She uses her creative skills to offer transformative experiences in the labyrinth for well being. She has  worked with the labyrinth experience since 2007 and brings her creative eye and supportive sensibilities to her work as a facilitator. As a Horticultural Therapist working in long term care she provided an adapted experience of gardening for the frail elderly.  

The Rev. Canon Rhondda MacKay retired after serving parishes in Alta Vista, Westboro, Sandy Hill and Vanier. She served as Hospital Chaplain and staff of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal People's. Currently she is exploring art in various modalities and seeking ways to be an honest Ally of First People’s.  

Elspeth McEwen is a community psychiatrist and trained labyrinth facilitator (Veriditas). She has a graduate certificate in Expressive Arts (Fleming College, Haliburton) and is an active member of First United Church. 

The Rev. Canon Hilary Murray serves as the Pastoral Canon at Christ Church Cathedral.  She trained in Pastoral Theology and clinical social work. Hilary has extensive experience providing psychotherapeutic services in the areas of grief/loss, chronic illness and end stage medical conditions, depression/anxiety, trauma, and marriage and family counseling, as well as, spirituality.

Caroline Balderston Parry is a retired Unitarian Universalist Religious Educator, with a graduate certificate in Education. She is a trained labyrinth facilitator (Veriditas), a teacher of peer counselling, collage artist, and the author of several books, including most recently The Heron Spirals. She is an active member of the Canadian Quakers.