“A sovereign woman lives unapologetically and fluidly with both sides of her polarity - her soft grounded feminine and her kickass on-purpose masculine”

 

 

In the Celtic Wheel Samhain is the first festival celebrated in the Celtic Wheel. It is the Celtic New Year and marks the gateway into the darkness. In Celtic Wisdom everything starts in the darkness.

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Between Samhain and the Winter Solstice we are invited to transition into the deep feminine part of the cycle. This is an beautiful time to gather as women and to explore the aspects of our feminine nature which have been undervalued in our culture. It’s a time of pausing, resting and hibernating.  A time to retreat from the world.

 

 

 

 

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Everything around us in nature is dying. It’s the time of death when the Caileach, the Goddess in the form of the hag shakes us up and asks.

 

 

 

How are we living?

What’s not working?

What needs to be let go of ?

What needs to die in our lives?

 

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We are invited to move inward, let go of anything that is no longer serving us.  As we let go we drop into the fecund darkness of the void, the cauldron, from where something new will be born.

 

 

This retreat is for those of you if you long:

  • to step out of old habitual disempowered patterns
  • to rest and hibernate
  • to work with the Celtic Wheel as a map for the Heroine’s journey of our time
  • be nourished in the company of other women
  • to reclaim your feminine aspect and bring the masculine aspect into balance

 

Interested? Click the button below to book online or get in touch with us on

+353 (0) 86 851 7710

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Prices

Due to the limited number of places on our retreats, deposits are non-refundable for any cancellations within 21 days of the retreat start date. Click here to read our full Terms and Conditions.

 

All prices are per person, all-inclusive and include all classes, meals, beverages, accommodation, walks, hot-tub and sauna.

 

Quad Room (female only)         €570

Twin – Shared Bathroom          €620

Single – Shared Bathroom        €720

Twin/Double Ensuite                 €690

Single Ensuite                              €795

 

  • For a detailed description of the rooms please visit our Bedrooms page
  • If you are travelling on your own and want one of our shared room options, we can pair you with someone of the same gender
Schedule

Friday

Check in anytime after 16:00

Relax, take a walk and partake in a welcome drink and sweet treat with your fellow retreat participants

18:00             The Art of Arriving Yoga class

19:30               Dinner

20:30             Opening circle –Samhain & the Sovereign Woman

 

Saturday 

08:00               Mindfulness meditation

08:30               Breakfast

09:30              Samhain yoga – The Power of the Pelvis and Legs to Substantiate us

The Sovereign Woman Session –  The Cailleach – the face of the Goddess at Samhain

13:00               Lunch

Free time – Options to take a trip to Lahinch to the beach, go surfing, take a tour of the area including the Cliffs of Moher and The Burren or stay and relax and enjoy a treatment.

18:00              The Sovereign Woman Session –  what is no longer serving us? 

Samhain Restorative yoga –Deep Rest

20:00               Dinner

 

Sunday 

Sleep in, rest, hibernate

09:30               Breakfast

10:30              Samhain Yoga – Pausing & Staying With What Is Sovereign Woman Session: The Art of  Surrendering & letting go

13:00               Lunch

Free time – Options to take a trip to Lahinch to the beach, go surfing, take a tour of the area including the Cliffs of Moher and The Burren or stay and relax and enjoy a treatment.

17:30            Sovereign Woman Session –  welcoming the darkness

19:30             Dinner

20:30            Sacred Samhain Pulse – embodied movement and Samhain Fire Ritual

 

Monday

07:30              Mindfulness meditation

08:00              Breakfast

08:30             Visit local Holy Well

10:00              Samhain Yoga – Turing inwards Sovereign Woman Closing Circle   

12:00 – 12:30  Room check out

12:30                Farewell Lunch

 

Our beautiful glass fronted sauna and Canadian hot tub will be available at all times during your stay

During the day tea, coffee and herbal teas will be available at all times

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Getting here

 

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Address:

Cliffs of Moher Retreat

Liscannor

Co.Clare

V95 A499

Ph: +353 (0) 86 851 7710

info@cliffsofmoherretreat.com

 

 

Shannon Airport:

Shannon is our closest airport. You can catch a taxi from the airport directly to the Retreat.  To ensure your transfer will be there to meet you, instead of waiting for a taxi at the airport, we recommend contacting Philip O’Dwyer and Tom Dowling who offers competitive rates from Shannon to the Retreat compared to picking up a taxi at the airport. Phillip and Tom can accommodate individuals and groups. To pre-arrange transfers please contact directly at (phone is the preferred method):

Philip:

–       Email:             thetaxicompany@gmail.com

–       Phone:            +353 (0) 65 707 5000

–       Mobile:           +353 (0) 86 606 6761

Tom:

–      Phone              +353 (0) 86 8346450

 

Depending on the time of day and number of passengers, a taxi from Shannon costs €80 to €120 each way.

 

Public Transport:

Bus

Dublin Coach has a great service from Dublin (airport or city centre) to Ennis. Please visit their website for up to date time tables and costs: www.dublincoach.ie

Dublin Coach arrives into the Friars Walk bus park in Ennis. If you’re connecting to the Bus Eireann service it is about a 10 minute walk to the bus depot located at Ennis Train Station.

Bus Eireann run a service (Route 350) from the Ennis train station to Lahinch and Liscannor (close to us). Please visit their website for up to date time tables and costs: www.buseireann.ie

Train

Ennis is our local train station: www.irishrail.ie

Taxi

From Shannon, Ennis, Lahinch or Liscannor to the retreat. To pre-arrange transfers please contact the taxis companies directly:

Philip:

–       Email:             thetaxicompany@gmail.com

–       Phone:            +353 (0) 65 707 5000

–       Mobile:           +353 (0) 86 606 6761

Tom:

–      Phone              +353 (0) 86 8346450

 

Car Rental:

Renting a car is the easiest way to get around Ireland – we are a small island! It will mean you can make the most of this amazing area and take in all the fantastic sights while you are here without relying on taxis or public transport.

Cars can easily be rented from both Shannon and Dublin airports.

Dublin airport to the Retreat: 3 – 3.5 hours

Shannon airport to the Retreat: 1 hour

 

 Directions from Lahinch:

Eircode for SatNav: V95 A499

We are 7kms from Lahinch driving straight out on the road to the Cliffs of Moher. As you enter Lahinch follow the signs for the Cliffs of Moher and Liscannor (it’s a right turn before you come into the main street of the village).

Drive along that road, with the golf course on your left. After 4 kms you will reach Liscannor Village. Continue driving through Liscannor Village. After another 3kms turn left, just before The Rock Shop (which is on the right side of the road). After 200 metres you will reach a crossroads, turn right. Continue up the road for approximately 750metres, we are the third property on the left, you will drive up a long driveway and we will be waiting for you there!

 

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