Consultant, Teacher, and Nurse in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
Diana Ng is widely known in her community as the Labyrinth Lady. She gained her popularity after successfully leading, against considerable odds, her project to build Metro Vancouver’s first outdoor public labyrinth, in association with the City of Surrey in B.C., Canada, in 2008.
When she discovered not enough people knew about her majestic 42-foot diameter labyrinth, in Fleetwood Park, she decided to replicate it by painting the labyrinth on canvas. She took her “labyrinth in a bag”, traveled, and spoke to anyone who would listen about finding peace within.
In 2014, she continued to build Metro Vancouver’s first school labyrinth at Forest Grove Elementary School in Burnaby, B.C., Canada.
Diana, R.N., B.Sc.N., M.A. Leadership, is a Registered Nurse by profession, who has held positions as a health educator, a post-secondary instructor, and an organizational development practitioner. She is passionate about bringing the labyrinth to the world.
Diana has committed her business to transform individuals, groups, and organizations by directing them to a new form of success—transformed by the gentle powers of mindfulness and walking meditation in the labyrinth.