Guided Celtic Retreats
The essence of this Celtic Journey is retreat – a time and a space for place and soul to connect. Staying in one particular part of Ireland or one of our offshore islands allows our days to be gently woven around the Spirit of the Celtic Tradition. Guided relections are offered drawing you into a deep and quiet place within yourself. Become familiar with Irish Blessings, poems, stories, chants and music – all gently stirring the imagination – the imagination, so honoured in the Celtic tradition.
Retreat calls us to be still and so we stay in one place – a place selected for the tranquility it offers and the opportunity of replenishing the spirit.
Visit some local sacred sites and absorb their natural wonder, sensing the landscape’s mythical memory and our connection to it.
Tuning into this ancient landscape and letting time pass in quiet reflection within the spirit of our Celtic tradition enriches and deepens the inward journey. Being in one area nurtures the relationship between soul and place, so much a part of the Celtic tradition.
Celtic Retreats are generally from one to five days duration.
Whether it is a one or five day Celtic Retreat each day involves a morning gathering, a visit to a sacred site and an evening gathering.
Be drawn into the Celtic Tradition’s natural simplicity, and through reflection and quiet time allow this ancient land bestow its wonder.
Celtic Spirituality is nature based and honours each person’s connection to the Divine.
Costs vary depending on number of retreatants, duration and location. Location of retreats are Glendalough, County Wicklow; Aran Islands, County Galway; and Beara Peninsula, County Cork.
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