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The Sparq labyrinth is an interactive meditation tool. With a touch-screen interface, the Sparq user selects from a slew of culturally significant labyrinth patterns and then engages (i.e. walks, performs yoga, or even dances) the projected pattern to attain a refreshing connection to the moment. This five-minute mindfulness technique requires no training, and has been linked to decreases in systolic blood-pressure and increased quality of life, which makes the Sparq the perfect wellness solution for your stressful workplace.

How can we be sure? Because the Sparq has been deployed across the nation at places like the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and the University of Oklahoma (both Norman and Tulsa campus').

The Sparq provides for a uniquely personal meditation experience. With touch-screen access to a variety of patterns - each representing a distinct cultural heritage - the Sparq users connect with history while reconnecting with themselves.

Unlike traditional labyrinth installations, the Sparq is mobile and (after the components have shipped) it can be set up in about an hour. This ease of installation, combined with the stunning beauty of the projected patterns, makes the Sparq a wellness solution suitable for nearly any workplace

The Sparq provides for a uniquely personal meditation experience. With touch-screen access to a variety of patterns - each representing a distinct cultural heritage - the Sparq users connect with history while reconnecting with themselves.

Ready for a Sparq? Contact me, and I'll make available tons more information about the thinking/motivation behind the Sparq, links to documented benefits, and instructions concerning how to set up the system at your institution. Then you can experience for yourself the myriad benefits of the Sparq meditation labyrinth.

In Pima & Papago (native American) cultures the design below represents "Siuu-hu Ki" - "Elder Brother's House". Legend has it that, after exploiting the village, the mythical Elder Brother would flee, following an especially devious path back to his mountain lair so as to make pursuit impossible. Elder Brother's House is one of several culturally significant labyrinth patterns which lend a powerful gravity to the overall Sparq experience.