Ashe House, Centre for MindBody Integration is located in picturesque North County Dublin. The centre is a unique, supportive, and dedicated space and place for both Mind and Body Based Approaches – meditation, mindfulness and compassion programmes, somatic movement and yoga. Ashe House is the home of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute® in Ireland offering adjunct professional psychotherapy trainings in Traumatic Trauma and Developmental Trauma. The internal spaces and mature gardens offer a place of rest and enable all those who come to open to their own growth and learning at their own pace. A place of peace where people can reconnect and develop a new relationship to themselves, and ultimately to their families, communities, and society at large.

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In Person Courses 2022

Residential Mindful Self-Compassion 5 Day Intensive Course

Starts 9 Oct 2022

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Mid-Summer Gathering for SP Levels 1,2 and 3

16 July 2022

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Full Day Retreats

23 & 24 July 2022

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8-Week Mindful Self Compassion (MSC) Course

Starts 24 Oct 2022

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Ashe House as a Venue

Our facilities support each group in creating the best possible experience.

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Thomas Ashe and Ashe House

Ashe House has been named after its first resident, Thomas Ashe, who resided here while serving as principal in Corduff National School from 1908-1916. He was an inspirational and talented teacher, poet, musician, artist, social idealist, human rights activist, sportsman, Gaelic League activist, member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood and Commandant of the Volunteers of Dublin Brigade Fifth Battalion (Fingal Battalion)…

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