In my work with Therapeutic Touch and CranioSacral Therapy, I have always had the sense that I was working in Sacred Space with my clients. My introduction to the sacred space of the Chartres Labyrinth led me on a new journey of self-discovery, healing and inspiration. More than twenty-five new labyrinth designs/paintings emerged in my work at a time when traditional labyrinths were just beginning to be re-discovered and gaining some recognition for their healing qualities. In 2001, the Labyrinth Society of America placed a call for entry for a new labyrinth design to be built at Ground Zero. Two friends, Diane Brown, Dia Rigden and I brainstormed to create the concept and qualities we felt this special labyrinth would need and then I designed it. We ended up with three new designs one to honour each of the three sites Ground Zero, Pennsylvania and the Pentagon. Even though they were not chosen, many wonderful events have happened around them. The purpose and intention behind our 9/11 healing labyrinths was meant to extend far beyond these tragic sites. Our intention was that these labyrinths would help to heal those affected by terrorism, war and other tragic events (natural disasters, violence in the home and community etc.) world-wide. As we learn heal ourselves, we can then begin to heal the planet. Much has been written about labyrinths and adult experiences with them. The focus of this article is using the labyrinth as a learning tool with children. This article is about building a very special angel labyrinth with four young neighbourhood children.