Kathryn Crowley

Wildflowers. A poem.

Wild flowers Let me list the colours: crimson, maroon, bright pink the darkest wine tones reddish brown blood all owned by me, mixed internally by my artist womb. Before my period I might be cranky or tired till… Read More

West Limerick yoga for beginners and improvers

GROUP CLASSES Thursday morning classes will resume on May 6th at 10am in Newcastle West community centre (opposite Aldi). Booking closes at 4pm on April 27th. LEAN IN TO LEARN Get in touch before April 27th and let… Read More

Head to toe poetry workshops

Poetry Day Ireland. Thursday April 29th. This year, I invite you to take a short trip through your body and find inspiration for your writing. Pick a workshop time to suit you: Enjoy a process that merges writing… Read More

Fibromyalgia online workshop

As always, group sizes will be kept very small. THE WORKSHOP WILL INCLUDE A brief look at the latest scientific research on fibromyalgia. Slow movement and breathing techniques. Limber up the body, soothe the mind. Participate in a… Read More

Slow yoga for women’s wellness

There is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to health. Commit to 7 private yoga sessions and practice during the week for a transformative experience. After you reserve a place I will be in touch get… Read More

Seeds of hope. The buzz of growing doesn’t always require a garden.

The only way I can obtain pure drinking water for now is to buy it in five litre containers or one litre bottles, depending on what is available locally every week. Where I live has no garden. There’s… Read More

Creative writing course (by post, not online).

Fully-booked. Check the front page for other options and sign up to the blog if you would like news about future events. HOW IT WORKS Every week I will send you a letter with prompts. You will write… Read More

Dance, solidarity and happiness

In 1960s England some people had an attitude of “No dogs, no blacks, no Irish”. Can you imagine being a migrant, perceived as the ‘other’, the job-stealer, the threat? For some asylum seekers in Ireland today, that kind… Read More

When the crystal clear emerges; remembering Kathleen Lonsdale.

Although April 1st has certain associations, the subject of my writing today was no fool! Born in county Kildare, Kathleen Lonsdale was a chemistry pioneer, a parent, a pacifist, and a lot more besides. Crystals and medicine Crystallography… Read More