Heidi at Within Waratah Wellness

Heidi at Within Waratah Wellness

Heidi is a familiar face to locals, one that exudes peace uncommon to a busy world.

Heidi at Within Waratah Wellness
Heidi at Within Waratah Wellness

Attributing this to a turn of events in her personal life, she recalls an about-face whereby she decided to chase after spiritual growth. Heidi now accompanies others on their journey to do the same.

Creating her business, Within Waratah Wellness, Heidi has supported locals to explore their personal experiences and beliefs through a range of modalities including Hypnotherapy, Reiki, Transformational Coaching, and Timeline Therapy. With a practical and instinctual approach, Heidi has supported individuals to address addictions, trauma, anxiety, and depression. Heidi`s dynamic approach has enabled her to develop personalised programs such as ‘I love you week’, an online wellness retreat attended both locally and nationally.

Heidi has worked with a broad range of people, including supporting parents to work with their children. This collation of experience is obvious, as she explains how individuals can experience anxiety in a range of different ways. Heidi takes care to identify the source and particular manifestation of the unease or trauma and sets about designing an appropriate remedial pathway. It is evident that Heidi is interested not only in the welfare of people but also in how her therapeutic systems work at a structural level to support their growth.

Every day is different for Heidi, but one thing remains consistent, “through the process of allowing people to talk about their experiences, I am able to witness the creation of a better version of self”. The ‘self’ that Heidi has herself cultivated, has deep value and she feels a profound privilege to be able to share her approach to healing with her community.

You can find Heidi at her space in Valla, Divine Soul Centre in Nambucca Heads, or at Ishara Centre in Macksville. For more information, visit Heidi at:

Within Waratah Wellness



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