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Nature of Woman Retreat – Fingal Heads


Fri 16th - Sun 18th February 2024, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM


9 Prince St
Fingal Head NSW 2487


Oceanside Retreat Weekend


FRI 16th – SUN 18th FEB


Fingal Heads Campground

What to expect? 

Join us as we gently embrace our waters, our feminine ways and the wisdom within our womb.

This weekend is a chance to drop into deeper stillness, reflect and recharge. Purifying our pelvic bowl, emptying our schedule, opening our hearts and filling our cups.

Nicole Konsten (Holistic Osteopath & Yogini ) and Amanda Greenwood (Songstress & Circle Facilitator) will weave a weekend devoted to self love, sisterhood, ocean connection & natural expression.

Whats on offer:

Oceanside camping

Pelvic Breathwork

Yoga flow

Song Circle

Embodied Dance

Communal cooking

Sacred Ritual

Self love ceremony

Vocal Empowerment

Womb Healing


About Nicole

Dream Weaver, Osteopath, Healer & Founder of Nature Medicine.

The journey of my life has taken me through the path of the body – the bridge between our thoughts and our creation. It is my belief that when we know how to tap into our power, with discipline and respect, we are limitless.

I have been blessed to work with the body and humanity in many ways. My journey started by understanding the body on the physical plane through the science of Osteopathy. This path led me further, immersing myself in traditional Yogic wisdoms in the Himalayas, after which I entered into a deep inner journey. I have been guided into the sacredness of this human existence by those who came before. The ancient Buddhist, Tao and Egyptian wisdoms of both the form and the formless have come alive within my memory.

As a human being on this planet I am constantly learning to flow with nature with grace, and I am above all dedicated to living a life of joy & love. What I wish to share with you is the remembering, that all we need to do is surrender ~ to fall into coherence with the magic of life.

One of the best ways to share higher vibrations of joy & love is to immerse in them – and that is why I started Nature Medicine Retreats.

~ I am blessed to be based in the gorgeous lands of Northern NSW, Australia.

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About Amanda

Singer, Vocal Coach, Healing Artist, Group Facilitator

Amanda is a reiki master, yoga teacher, group facilitator, healer, singer/songwriter and intuitive bodyworker, who holds sacred spaces for transformation, growth, expression & healing. In recent years, her focus has been drawn to supporting people connect to their voice and awaken to their higher self. This process has taken shape in the form of one-on-one intuitive healing work, sister song & dance circles, soul song circles & voice activations.

Her work has emerged from a growing connection to Mother Earth and a call for the healing & regeneration of our planet and the wellness of our people. This has led her to support & co-host multiple retreats, women’s circles, devotional gatherings, ceremonies, wilderness journeys & wellness events. This also weaves into her music; singing songs of elemental wisdom, earth and spirit, water and wellness, love and life.

Her intention is to grow and heal in harmony with all of life, to receive and give the teachings of the natural, spiritual and sacred, and to bridge the connection between worlds.

Amanda is activated to serve and hold space for safe passage into the wilderness of the Self, to connect people to nature and their innate life force, and to encourage expression from a place of truth, to be ourselves unashamedly, to return to our childlike essence and wild authentic self.


$333 – $444 AUD + BF


Fri 16th - Sun 18th February 2024, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM


9 Prince St
Fingal Head NSW 2487

We wish to acknowledge the Ngandowal and Minyungbal speaking people of the Bundjalung Country, in particular the Goodjinburra, Tul-gi-gin and Moorung – Moobah clans, as being the traditional owners and custodians of the land and waters within the Tweed Shire boundaries. We also acknowledge and respect the Tweed Aboriginal community’s right to speak for its Country and to care for its traditional Country in accordance with its lores, customs and traditions.