Get Lost at The Inn at Serenbe

By Connect Staff, August 23, 2016

Thirteen years ago, Marie Nygren attended a spirituality conference where someone facilitated the building of a labyrinth. Inspired, she decided to make one at The Inn at Serenbe, the resort and conference center she co-founded south of Atlanta. Today, the labyrinth is used for mindfulness and meditation activities led by experts from Zoetic during retreats and other faith-based events.

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