Susan has worked with people from all walks of life including international elite athletes, musicians on world tour, GP's, CEO's, bestselling authors, mothers and fathers, psychotherapists, facilitators, farmers, poets, surfers, DJs, people from all walks of life throughout Ireland and globally.

The work is deep soul work and includes the creation of bespoke intuited meditations created for each individual, visualisation, breathwork, energy work, practical actionable takeaways, and discussion diving into the deepest aspect of what it means to be human. This is about coming into alignment with the highest aspect of your being. Susan is here to support you to be all that you can be, to live your greatest potential, to honour what your heart yearns for and therefore to be of greater service as a human being on planet earth right now.

”Don't ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive, and go do that, because what the world needs is people who have come alive." - Howard Thurman

Susan works internationally in-person from her centre in Melbourne, Australia and from her centre on the west coast of Ireland and also works with people online globally. She can also travel to any location in the world and work intensively 1-1 for one week with a client.

Susan likes to have a quick chat with people before booking an online session to ensure the fit is right for all parties as she limits the amount of one-to-one clients she takes online. If working with a client over a period of time, she requests that they learn how to meditate as breakthroughs and transformation are exponential when daily meditation is part of the process.

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Read testimonials from people who have worked with Susan. See below for a piece Irish international rugby player Andrew Conway wrote about working with Susan in The Irish Times.


Andrew Conway is an Ireland International and Munster rugby player. He wrote about working with Susan 1-1 in The Irish Times.

'Intrinsically linked with this is my meditation and well-being. In pre-season before the World Cup the management brought in a woman called Susan Quirke who did one session of group meditation. I thought it was incredible.

I’d done some in the past so I understood what she was asking of us. It didn’t work for some lads although I do think there’s something for everyone in meditation. But it’s like anything, being taught the skill by the right person is so important. Susan is based in Lahinch and I visited her there four times before the World Cup and, as has happened with meditation in schooldays, it filtered in to my performance.

For whatever reason it works for me and I’ve been to her five more times since the World Cup. It’s part counselling, part meditation, part energy work. They’re usually an hour, but can be up two and a half hours.

I also recently learned how to meditate with Susan, I did her Learn to Meditate course, and learned a 'Being technique'. It commits you to two 20 minute meditation practices a day.

She’s been incredibly influential on me as a player but more importantly in my life.'

Taken from the Andrew Conway diary in The Irish Times