Showing posts from August, 2017

8 Ways to Visit Carrowcrory Cottage & Labyrinth Gardens

Yes, there are now 8 Ways to visit Carrowcrory Cottage & Labyrinth Gardens through our 2018 season from March until end of October 2018. Though not listed, some of these are still available from now until end of October this year too. Just message me to find out more You can visit for 3 hours, a full day, 3 days, complete vacation of a week, 2 weeks, 3 weeks, or why not make it a full month! Yes, there are things to see, do, and experience within easy range of Carrowcrory to keep you going every day for 28 days, if you wish. You can include us as part of your time in Ireland. If you live in Ireland, lots of options for you here too. Activities costing from voluntary and free,  to affordable workshops in labyrinths, nature wellness, folklore, plants, herbs and journaling. Add to that some wonderful accommodations, often exclusive use accommodation, and healthy meal options, Transport made simple, where possible, and where group size is large enough the wo

Web site overhaul, Labyrinths, Healing, and Wellness

Please excuse any confusion at this web site. I am indulging in web site changing here. Carrowcrory Cottage and Labyrinth Gardens is currently becoming my main focus, a greater focus, due to some organic developments and increasing interest in what we do and serve herd.  Recently, I have been reading and conversing about such trending topics as Mystical Healing, Ancestral Healing, and Journalling Healing. It occurred to me that what these 'healing' practitioners serve is very much the service we serve here through our labyrinth gardens. It seems I do not charge the large workshop and consultancy rates they do ... but it also appears I have not been very clear about this. So here I go to amend this.  For now, as I change around this web site, here's an introduction to what I coach here at Carrowcrory, and what we share a lot of fun with as ...  Everyone who arrives here carries a 'burden', or two. Their burden may be as small as a temporary 'itch' or