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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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Mindfulness Courses

*New Course Dates - 2019*

Upcoming Mindfulness Courses

*New Course Dates 2019*

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Trauma and the Body

Saturday 17th November

An Introductory Presentation to Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (SP)

Saturday 17th November

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RECENT NEWS

Rick Hanson in Ireland

Anne Kirwan and Carolin Grampp were delighted to co-host Rick Hanson in Ireland this June to share his Positive Neuroplasticity Training and Professional Course with us!

Having followed Rick’s work in his books, online offerings with the Foundations of Well-being and through his newsletters ‘Just One Thing’, Anne emailed him in 2014 inviting him to come to Ireland, expecting a staff member to write back. Within an hour he had written from Australia, where he was teaching at [Read more…]

2017 Thomas Ashe State Commemorations

Thomas Ashe resided in Ashe House 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).

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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Venue Rental

Regular courses are held at Ashe House by in-house or visiting facilitators and the venue is also available for rental for groups of up to 35 people. We provide a serene space for trainings, workshops, seminars or morning and evening classes.

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