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Calendar of Events

  • Yoga and Kundulini Yoga
    at Mount Juliet

    23/02/2017 - 25/05/2017

    Whether you want to relieve stress, get in shape or stay in shape, you’ll find everything you need in the Mount Juliet Estate Health Club.
    Every Thursday at 10:30am Hatha yoga classes are available at Mount Juliet Estate . Hatha yoga refers to the practice of physical yoga postures which concentrates on physical health and mental well-being. Hatha yoga uses bodily postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), with the goal of bringing about a healthy body and a calm, peaceful mind.
    Kundulini Yoga is also available at Mount Juliet Estate. 

    Kundalini describes the lifeforce within everyone of us; it is the highest form of energy and the chakras.  Kundulini Yoga is a yoga of awareness and incorporates exercise, breath, and meditation to help strengthen, relax, and heal the body, mind and spirit.
    For details of Yoga at the health club please call 056 777 3040
  • Ballymaloe Literary Festival
    at Ballymaloe House

    19/05/2017 - 21/05/2017

    Litfest - A Food and Drinks Literacy Festival at Ballymaloe is a weekend filled with fascinating facts, inspirational stories, intriguing discussions, incredible knowledge, fantastic music, fabulous dancing and of course, delicious food and drinks.

    For more information see - Litfest 

  • Dunbrody Cookery Course:One Pot Wonders
    at Dunbrody House

    04/03/2017 - 04/03/2017

    One Pot Wonders - Those perfect casseroles, slow roasts, stews & bourgignons that suit our Winters so well. Increase your Winter Recipe Portfolio with these fantastic dishes that are perfect for family dining or entertaining and great for warming the soul when the temperatures drop. Even better - they\\\'re all cooked in the one pot meaning less cleaning up in your kitchen afterwards!
    Recipes for all included, courses designed by MasterChef Kevin Dundon and carried out by professionally-trained Dunbrody Chefs.
    One-day course tuition
    Morning and afternoon tea break
    Informal lunch in the cookery school
    Course certificate
    Check in: 9:15am
    Class starts: 9:30am
    Class ends: 4:30/4:45pm
    €175 per person with special B&B rates also available from €75 pps
    Spaces subject to availability. Minimum numbers 3 to proceed, maximum size 10

  • Women in Wine
    at No.1 Pery Square

    31/03/2017 - 31/03/2017

    It’s a bit like positive discrimination – to do this again (after a very successful previous tasting) provokes the accusation of why highlight just women? Yet the fact remains that proportionally, women winemakers are far more successful than their male counterparts. Is winemaking one of the gender neutral professions – and is there a particular style or “waterprint”? And if there is, why are the majority of wine critics still male and how do they react to these wines?

    Friday March 31st 2017 | 8pm - 9.30pm


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