What We Offer
Meet the Team
Caroline has a passion for nature and reconnecting people to nature and to themselves through different healing modalities. She is qualified yoga instructor, art teacher and holistic therapist, with a particular focus on working with medicinal essential oils. She has been facilitating wellbeing retreats for the past 6 years, with particular emphasis on the healing power of mandalas as a mindfulness tool. Her energy and enthusiasm is infectious and the joy she brings is a real asset for our retreats.Read More
Aoife has a strong connection to the land and ancestors of Ireland. She has lived close to the land for some years. Her roots are in Celtic spirituality, and she is currently training in a medicine lineage that is of Navajo, Native American tradition. She has also been trained and practices with Reiki and energy as a tool for healing. Aoife caters for our retreats. She believes in providing conscious, nourishing whole foods to our participants.Read More
What our Participants Say
My journey with Inward Bound was an insightful and rewarding experience. Being able to reflect and share in a positive and open environment, in the hands of very knowledgeable and experienced facilitators, helped me to gain clarity and to build self-awareness.Colm, Cork
I would highly recommend Inward bound to anybody who is considering psychedelic therapy. They are very experienced, safety conscious and trustworthy company. The weekend was extremely well run and the facilitators were very friendly and professional. They were able to answer any questions you had and address any concerns. 5 stars, couldn't recommend it enough.James, Dublin
There is a global epidemic of people suffering from psycho-spiritual illnesses that modern healthcare systems are not able to address.
Recent trials at the Centre for Neuropsychopharmacology, Imperial College London, (Carhart-Harris et al., 2016) have shown that psilocybin, the main psychoactive ingredient in "magic mushrooms", may reduce the symptoms of depression when paired with more established traditional therapy measures.
A recent study (Griffiths et al., 2011) showed that 72% of participants had a mystical-type experience which had both personal and spiritual significance for them. This experience sustained positive changes in their lives, including better attitudes, increased good mood, and better behavioural patterns.
Fourteen months after participating, 94% of those who received psilocybin said the experiment was one of the top five most meaningful experiences of their lives; 39% said it was the single most meaningful experienceDr R . Griffiths et al. Journal of Psychopharmacology (2011) 218
Dr Gabor Maté, world renowned trauma expert speaks about the psychedelic experience.