Take Time for
Yourself Break free from
Relax Enjoy a Weekend
Discover one of the most ideal spiritual retreats in Ireland with Lake
Isle Retreats. We've been hosting retreats since 2006 and
in June 2012 our cosy new retreat facility, Mandala House, was opened.
It's situated on the shores of Upper Lough Erne, 400 metres across the water from Inis Rath Island. The
lakeland area is a peaceful sanctuary where you can enrich your body, mind and soul. Peacock strut openly
around the island, while in the local area heron, swan and deer wander freely in the peaceful
We are situated in Fermanagh, 1 hour 40 mins drive from the start of the M3
motorway in Dublin, or the same drive-time from the start of the M1 in Belfast. For spiritual,
holistic and meditation
retreats in Ireland, perhaps there is no more fitting and beautiful location as L. Erne, with its 154
islands - 5 of which were historically the sites of monastic communities from the
6th Century. On nearby Inis Rath there is a beautiful Krishna temple, and at our new
retreat and accommodation facility on the adjacent mainland we offer you a very warm
welcome. On retreats you may explore courses:
Meditation, Yoga, Spirituality, Eastern Philosophy
and Vegetarian Cookery. During
your retreat you may also enjoy full-body aromatherapy massage and
image above: Hike on Yoga Adventure
Image above: Mandala House, our new
retreat house opened in
Harmony of the East
Fri. May 9th to Sun.
May 11th 2014
Friday June 6th to
Tuesday June 10th 2014
A painting and art holiday with Lorelai I. Dali.
Immerse yourself in painting and exploring. 4 night's accommodation, meals, tuition included. Single rooms:
€360. Read More
Fri. July 4th to Sun.
July 6th 2014
An action packed (but relaxing!) weekend: visits to Buddhist and Krishna temples, Tai Chi, Yoga,
meditation, fun, walks, wisdom, amazing food etc. Read More
Only €160 including retreat, meals and accommodation
Image above: Radha Govinda, the temple
Deities on Inis Rath Island. Govinda (Krishna) is holding a flute. The fire in the foreground is the arati lamp
offered during an ancient Vedic ceremony.
The Vedic tradition is seen today in the faith known as Hinduism, in Ayurveda holistic health techniques, in
yoga, in the Sanskrit language (~"proto Indo-European" theory) which
formed the basis of the languages that many of us speak, and in many other spheres of influence. Our retreats are
fundamentally inspired by the great Vedic tradition.
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