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  • Te Whau Hill Retreat Wenderholm Regional Park New Zealand (map)


Come and Celebrate the end of summer and transition to Autumn with Wild Alchemy and All Matters of Spirit.

This will also include health from a holisitic perspective and things that you can do for your body as we transition into Autumn - facilitated by Fleur Heaton (Wild Alchemy) and Baelyn Neff (All Matters Of Spirit) who is here from the USA and carrying her teachings of Tea Medicine. Fleur will be teaching based on an infusion of naturopathic principles, First Nations, Rongoa and Traditional Chinese medicine teachings that are earth centred teachings. 

Tea ceremony with Baelyn
A Nature walk on the land and plant identification
Sound Bowl Healing in nature
Preparing a simple Rongoa Infusion and Smudge Stick (smoke medicine)
Autumn Wellness - what you can do for your body at this time of year as we come into Autumn from a holistic naturopathic perspective. 
How we relate this back to the environment and the environment within ourselves. 

There will be a organic, vegetarian food provided, herbal infusions, Organic Mechanic Kombocha and healthy raw treats. 

Come journey with us and te ngahere (the forest) before Baelyn returns home this will be a day celebration of the last of summer.

Based at Te Whau Hill Bush Retreat 20 mins north of Auckland.
3-4 hours of learning, 
Spaces are limited to 15 people. 
$265.00 per person


Baelyn grew up in Los Angeles studying dance from the time she was 4. This affinity with movement provided a doorway into her relationship with spirit, health and the body. She has since journeyed into deeper connections with Self through studying Yoga, Tea and Meditation. She has been influenced by teachers such as; Tea Master Wu De, Saul David Raye, S.N. Goenka, and Sweet Medicine Nation. In the past few years, her path has evolved toward deepening her relationship to Mother Earth through ceremonial work. Holding space with song and rhythm have become key elements in her work with the Sacred Feminine, and Tea the anchor to ground and cultivate the space of stillness. Whether serving traditional Tea Ceremonies, or holding ritual space through sound and drum, for her, these paths are ways of being a vessel for spirit and consciousness. Following her intuition has continued to lead her from one form of movement to another; from the intensely structured world of Ballet, to the quiet grace of a tea ceremony, or the wild rhythms of the Spiral Dance, Spirit speaks through her in the language of movement. It is a serendipitous occasion then that her received tea name, “Tien Wu” translates to “Heavenly Dance”.

Fleur has a love and deep appreciation for the gifts that the earth holds and how working in harmony with an individual can bring about profound healing.

In her work as a Naturopath she has found herself drawn to working with the plants and using herbal medicine to facilitate change and healing for her clients. Fleur works to form a union with the individual and the foundation of naturopathy to gently guide her clients to better health. She uses mindful tools to bring her clients back into equilibrium and back to themselves. Her approach honours the individual and gently teaches them to unlock and acknowledge their own wisdom and the process of self healing through the journey of self.

Fleur holds a Bachelor of Naturopathy and is dedicated to self development in her field and furthering her knowledge in the area of Naturopathy and Herbal Medicine. She has a particular focus on Rongoa, New Zealand Native Herbal Medicine, and community/public health.