Thanks very much to author Ali Isaac, who came on one of my Walking Tours of Tara and gave me this wonderful review on her blog. Planning a visit to Ireland – Take a Walking Tour of Tara with Treasa
I have added some 2017 dates for Public Full Moon Walking Tours at the Hill of Tara. To see the dates currently available, either click on the Calendar or visit my Eventbrite Page.
Absolutely delighted and humbled to have received such a wonderful review of my Sacred Sites of Ireland Guided Meditations from Professor Ronald Hutton of Bristol University.
“This series represents a rich confection of folklore, myth, legend, archaeology and spirituality. I have rarely if ever before come across a medium in which the character and atmosphere of physical places are blended so well with those of the changing seasons, and with medieval myth and legend, enduring folk tradition, and the spiritual needs of the listener, all bonded by effective techniques of guided visualisation and of journeying in spirit. Anyone who loves Ireland ought to do so the more with Treasa Kerrigan as a companion.” Prof. Ronald Hutton
NEW for Summer Season 2016.
Treasa Kerrigan specialises in private Spiritual Tours at Sacred Sites. See Guided Tours for details. She is a member of the Independent Tour Guides Association www.tourguide.ie She can be contacted at 086 6069201 or email@example.com
For those who would love to experience Ireland and our Sacred Sites, but are unable to travel here at the moment, Treasa also has Sacred Sites Guided Meditations available from Sacred Sites Shop.
Treasa will be facilitating a number of workshops at UCC’s Celtic Ireland Summer School. For more details on this contact www.ucc.ie/en/ace-summer/
Spring Equinox Festival at Loughcrew takes place on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th March 2016. The Office of Public Works will have Cairn T opened for dawn on 19th, 20th and 21st March.
Loughcrew and Beyond the Boyne Tourism Group have organised a schedule of events for Equinox Weekend. See posters for details. Hope to see you there. Treasa
Celtic Ireland: Landscape, Myth and Memory 2016
UCC Summer School, University College Cork, June 19 – June 24, 2016
The Celtic Ireland summer school at UCC offers a week long tuition on a fascinating theme, as one would expect from a summer school held in UCC, one of the world’s leading universities. All aspects of the subject are covered by a series of lectures, workshops and field trips given by a skilled panel of lecturers at UCC. The themes of landscape, folklore, art, memory, festival and sources are described and explained in presentations which will be of great interest to the seeker of knowledge of Ireland’s celtic past.
For further details or to book visit the UCC website or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Goddess Festival 2015 takes place at Rathcroghan Visitor Centre, Tulsk, Co. Roscommon on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd November. Rathcroghan, the royal home of Queen Maeve and site of the Morrigan’s cave is a fascinating area, rich in history, archaeology, myths and legends. For details of this year’s programme visit the Irish Goddess website or their Facebook Page
I am now offering Guided Meditation classes on Thursday mornings at Hill of Tara Open Studio. For further details or to book a place contact email@example.com
My newest guided meditation Samhain, is now available. This journey takes you to three sacred sites associated with Samhain. To Oweynagcat, the Morrigan’s cave at Rathcroghan, from whence the Morrigan comes forth on Samhain night, to Tlachtga, where the original Samhain fires were lit and to the Hill of Tara, where the Samhain sunrise shines into the passage tomb, the Mound of the Hostages.
Journey with the ancestors and the ancient gods and goddesses of the Tuatha Dé Danann at this special time of year, when the veil thins between the worlds and spirit walks among us.
At the Spring and Autumn Equinoxes the Sunrise lights up 5,500 year old Cairn T at Loughcrew, Oldcastle Co. Meath, Ireland.
This is celebrated by the Loughcrew Equinox Festival, with Dawn Ceremonies at Carnbane East and events, talks and workshops all day Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th September at Loughcrew House, Loughcrew Megalithic Centre and locations in Oldcastle.