Medicine Woman Workshop- Blue Mountains



March 2020 Medicine Woman Workshop- Blue Mountains.

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During this 6 hour workshop we’ll be diving into the Great Elder- Medicine Woman energy and exploring how it shows up uniquely for us. We’ll be doing this through different modalities, including but not limited to:- Archetypal embodiment, sacred movement, shamanic journeying, meditation, tantra and ancient story-telling mythology and song immersion and more. We will immerse ourselves within the sacred space to move beyond the restrictions of the mind and conditioning within our lives. By doing this, we feel our inner rhythm, our unique gifts, and we give ourselves permission to reconnect with this beautifully within ourselves, and give ourselves the tools to be able to express it out in the world.

Who this workshop is for?

Women over the age of 16.  All that is required is an open mind and a willingness to evolve! No experience is necessary.

What you can expect from this workshop:

Energy work

Shadow Work clearing the barriers to your sacred connection

Connection, feeling of love 

Soul Gifts start emerging or continue to unfold

Healing traumas and patterning from family and ancestral lineage

Limited Spaces:

Please do sign up if you feel a pull to this sacred circle as there are only 15 positions available! This is an intimate circle so we can really open to our healing vibrations and let it seep into our entire systems, let it seep into our every day life, let it seep into the very earth that we stand on….

Event Info:
Date: March 14, 2020

Time: 10am- 4pm

Location: ‘Free2Flow Studio’ 

9 Paterson Rd, Springwood NSW

If overnight accommodation is needed you will find accommodation at Airbnb. 

Springwood train station 2.4km away from the location- just a short uber or taxi drive away if traveling by public transport. 


A post workshop, follow up email with any resources which were mentioned on the workshop day and with any song playlists that were used to continue your journey and practices at home.

Beautiful selection of light snacks and drinks on the day. 

Please email Elise at, or send me a message via my Facebook page- Elise Heyward

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About Elise Heyward:

Elise brings a deep wisdom that comes with extensive life experience to her spiritual work. Having been a police officer for eleven years, she gained a profound understanding of the energetics of the masculine – both within herself and within the collective. Toward the end of this career came a new chapter – one of marriage and the birth of her two children! She then shifted careers entirely and entered the world of Medicine Woman. With this, she also brought her two businesses into the world – Timeless Tea – a labor of love dedicated to a variety of healing teas, as well as Yoni Brew, a special concoction of herbs grown specifically for vaginal steaming and intended to aid in reclamation, empowerment and healing sexuality within women.

Elise has studied many different healing modalities, including Energetic Healing, Massage, Ancient Minoan Healing (Serpentine energy), Facilitator Training, and Life Coach Studies. In addition, she has been conducting Medicine Woman ceremonies for over three years.

Join her as she opens up the doorway to explore the mysteries of the universe and the mysteries within.

Elise Heyward Facilitator
Elise Heyward

What Women are Saying About Elise:

“Elise is one of the most powerful facilitators I’ve ever worked with. Her understanding of energy and how it needs to move or be channeled is like no one I’ve ever met. She helped me unlock and awaken so much, allowing me to access more of myself – and more joy and bliss. I’m so grateful for Elise!”

~ Kelly Hart

“If you have the opportunity to participate in any event Elise facilitates, you will be held in a safe space that provides an opportunity to go DEEP. She has deep reverence for our journeys. I have personally experienced her assistance in opening/accessing parts of myself. She is a loving and fierce priestess.”

~ Jane Fagan