Spiritual Earth

Modern life is full of stresses. With so many weapons of mass distraction, developing skills to find the off-button, relax and build focus are essential to health, happiness and wellbeing. The aim of yoga and meditation is to develop a strong, balanced and flexible mind. If you can change your mind, you can change anything. The opposite is also true. Calodagh and Spiritual Earth offer a range of programmes for individuals, organisations and businesses to help you restore wellbeing, find balance and ultimately build focus, happiness and success and unlock your true potential.  

Wellbeing at work

Wellbeing is so much more than physical health. Spiritual Earth’s Wellbeing at Work programmes focus on developing the five pillars of wellbeing – physical, emotional, creative, mental and social – enabling your employees to feel alive, be present and work in a focused and innovative way as individuals and in teams.


Meditation is at its heart a very simple practice of focusing your awareness on something. Your breath, on a candle, an area of your body, physical movement or sound…the options are endless. Many people have different ideas about meditation – that it’s not for them, that it is difficult and that they have no time. If we have time to breathe, we have time to meditate.


Yoga means union – union of what? Union of mind, body and soul. When we feel balance and connected within, we naturally feel in harmony with the world around us. Over time, the practice brings us into alignment so that what we think, feel say and do are all pointing in the same direction. When our head, heart and hands work together, we feel happy, connected, strong and focused.


About Calodagh

Calodagh has a background in International Development and worked as a project manager and team leader in a range of emergency response and development programmes with International Non-Governmental Organisations in Angola, East Timor, Ethiopia, India and Swaziland from 1995 to 2008. She has been practicing yoga for 12 years. She learned yoga while living in India and is a qualified Sivananda yoga teacher. She travels regularly to India, spending time in the Himalayas to deepen her own practice and upgrade her teachings in wellbeing, yoga and meditation.

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Calodagh writes a regular blog and weekly article on wellbeing featured in Independent regional publications around Ireland. She has also been featured on RTE Nationwide and on various radio shows. If there's a wellbeing topic you'd like to know more about please get in touch info@spiritualearth.ie /em>

Top 12 Reasons to Meditate

By Calodagh McCumiskey ‘You should sit in meditation for 20 minutes a day, unless you’re too busy. Then you should sit for an hour’  an old Zen saying tells us.   Sometimes people say to me that they would love to learn to meditate but want…

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Friends and friendship

‘Friendship… is not something you learn in school. But if you haven’t learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven’t learned anything’ Muhammad Ali Friendship is a relationship of mutual affection between people. Friends are one of life’s greatest gifts. Friendship nourishes the heart and…

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