Killusty Village in Grantham

Killusty Village in Grantham

Killusty

“Killusty Village” –  The `Tipperary House` Garden Room Leisure and Entertainment Area which can also be used as a Premium Outdoor Conference, and Training area when required.

Killusty Village

 

A well situated, and an inspiring, and atmospheric non-commercial environment which is part of “Tipperary House”within a world renowned centre of innovation, therapy and healing, sometimes used by Dr. Michael G Millett,  and the work of Elevated Therapy ® .

This domestic venue offers a range of facilities to accommodate a variety of activities related to the house, family and friends primarily, and sometimes the work of Elevated Therapy including small performances, conferences, seminars, presentations, meetings, and workshops for friends, family, clients, visitors and ourselves.

  • Killusty Village is set on a quiet residential street in a lovely period property that makes for a private, serene, and active entertainment, and learning environment
  • Can cater for family events, and small meetings up to 12 people within the covered area
  • Flexible leisure / entertainment, meeting, conference / training room located in the gardens of “Tipperary House” boasting natural daylight, WiFi/Broadband Internet access
  • Conservatory Roof allows you freedom to relax in this contemporary space whatever the weather
  • Extra seating for other people in other areas of the gardens adjacent to the space
  • There is also limited on-site parking

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Why the name Killusty ?

Killusty is a beautiful little village at the foot of Mount Slievenamon (Irish: Sliabh na mBan) which means “mountain of women`, near Fethard in County Tipperary in Ireland.
My house here in Grantham is called “Tipperary House”.
Slievenamon is crowned by ancient burial Cairns. The highest cairn is said to mark the entrance to the mysterious Celtic underworld.
The River Anner runs through Killusty at the foot of the mountain. The mountain is a mountain of history, and mystery of lore and legends. It is said to have got its name from the ancient fairy women or Feimhin, who enchanted a warrior named Fionn Mac Cumhaill and his followers.
It is said that Fionn decided to choose his bride from the first of these women racing to reach the summit to meet him sitting at the top of Slievenamon.
Fionn secretly liked Grainne, the daughter of the High King of Ireland, so he advised her how to win the race !!
My grandmother Hanorah Ó Corráin (Curran) was native of the mountain, and held `rights` to the mountain like all her people before her. She was a `mountain woman`, and also was a Catholic even though she was very `magical` too ! My grandfather – her husband (Thomas Millett, the younger) was from a wealthy Protestant aristocratic, and noble family (English originally), and he fell in love with Granny. They married in January, 1915. Thomas and Hanorah were devoted to each other throughout their lives !! My Dad, (Matt) was born on Mount Slievenamon in 1924, and christened in Killusty like his siblings, and all his mother’s people before him. Therefore Killusty means a lot to me, my Dad loved the place – for him it was the most magical, and enchanted place in the world !

Killusty Village in Grantham

Killusty Village in Grantham

Killusty Village in Grantham

Killusty Village in Grantham

Killusty Village in Grantham

Killusty Village in Grantham

Killusty

TESTIMONIALS

We came to Michael in Grantham to learn about `Mindfulness and the Inner Child`. Wow – what amazing insight and inspiration this man is on the subject ! It was my first time visiting Grantham, and really loved it, and learned so much from him over the day.
We were outside in a new family area, in the gardens of “Tipperary House” where we were transported to a different world which is an amazing place – very beautiful, ostentatious, and rather camp – almost decadent decor – a feast for the eyes !
I so loved my training here with Michael, and Elevated Therapy in this stunning, and unique outside venue with its decoration and environment.

Judy, (Psychotherapist) Camden in London.

I came to this course in Grantham open-minded, and not expecting too much, but what I found from Michael was a way of relating to my life through the Inner Child that enabled me to create the space to look deeply into the causes of my negativity.
I learnt that being mindful through Michael’s Inner Child Teachings enhanced every aspect of my life.
I loved my visit to this place, and “Killusty Village” in the gardens of this beautiful, and warm home, a place you must come to.
Very different to any trainings you’ve ever been to before.

Peter, (Psychologist) Finchley in London.

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