Join us at Bealtaine for a weekend of connection and celebration
The Celtic Festival of Bealtaine marks the beginning of summer in the ancient Celtic calendar and it is a cross quarter day, half way between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice when fires are lit as a way of clearing the air, letting go of Winter and to plant seeds and good intentions for the Summer season.
What a lot of letting go we all need right now as we say goodbye to a Winter many of us would like to forget. Let’s celebrate by gathering together for a weekend of connection; connection to nature, connection to others and connection to yourself. Join us for this yoga, breath and creativity retreat in nature to amplify our energy so that we are filled with good vibes to share in times to come.
This weekend retreat will be held at the gorgeous Green Road Gardens hosted by Irene Kelly, Niamh and Liam Colfer. The retreat will be held entirely outdoors and of course will comply will all up to date restrictions. Based on the assumption we can get together in groups of 15 by then, we have just 12 spots available for this weekend retreat. We are taking provisional bookings for now and we will know closer the date whether we can go ahead with this retreat or not.
Saturday May 1st & Sunday May 2nd
Join us from 10am until 4pm this May bank holiday weekend for a two day retreat. Practice yoga on the lawn & Bealtaine rituals with Niamh, guided meditative breathing practices with Liam and make your very own May Day healing herbal salve and woodland crafting with Irene.
- *includes snacks, lunch and all supplies
*For now, we are just taking provisional bookings until we know we will be able to go ahead with this weekend so if you are interested you can contact Irene or Niamh here
We are thrilled to be working with the wonderful Irene Kelly for this magical retreat. The retreat will be held at Green Road Gardens in Battlestown in Co. Wexford where