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Nina Medicina sound healing


During 17 fun but stressful years I was working as a buyer, collection manager and innovation team leader in the fast fashion industry. By traveling and working all over the world, I burnt myself out to the core. That started my journey to become a human be-ing instead of the human do-ing I pushed myself into in order to feel seen, loved and worthy. As far as I've come, I still have to remind myself everyday that I am good enough even if I don't overperform in everything I do. Slowly, my nervous system and adrenals are calming down so I can make decisions from my heart rather than from a stressed and overthinking monkey mind. And let me tell you that it feels SO good!

I spent 2016 - 2020  living in LA and had the honor of studying all sorts of healing modalities with a lot of world renowned teachers:
I am a HERBALIST and GREEN WITCH from The Gaia School of Healing and School of The Sacred Wild

I´ve also done the Herbal medicine program for women with the amazing herbalist, midwife and MD, Dr Aviva Romm. 


I have a 100 hr certification from Sound Ceremony Academy as a SOUND CEREMONIALIST and I am trained in Sound Temple Training at Sounds of light residential mystery school.

I am a certified Emotional release practitioner with the Nasomo technique and I am trained in the trauma and tension release technique TRE.


On top of that I have gone to retreats and festivals all over the world, sat in ceremonies with plant medicine teachers, shamans and healers and spent a winter living at a permaculture farm in Costa Rica. What I keep learning is that nature really is the best medicine. Nature has cycles, she is not always blooming, she takes time for deep rest. Nature does not apologize for being wild and free and for taking up too much space. Nature provides us with basically everything we need and teaches us how to tap into the nature and cycles within us, and that inspires me tremendously. To unlearn everything I know and relearn what I already know and feel deep inside. ​

So I took a break from fashion, sold my apartment in one of Stockholms trendiest areas and found my paradise deep in the wilderness in south of Sweden. Den Vilda Lunden (The Wild Meadow) is a place for transformation, deep rest, recharge, rewilding, and relearning. I am also currently co-creating a  residential retreat in the mountains of Lake Atitlan in Guatemala where we will live in symbiosis with nature, help each other to live up to our fullest potential, grow our own foods, host events, retreats and conscious gatherings. And of course I will have a Cacao Lounge and apothecary which has been my dream for so many years! 

So WOW, what a wild ride life has been and still is. I started to study holistic health because I wanted to heal myself from my chronic stress as well as some very common woman's health issues I suffered from like hormonal problems, PMS, chronic UTI's and herpes as well as a chronic neck pain the doctors told me was incurable. My mom and grandmother also both survived breast cancer and I wanted to do everything in my power to not be next in line. And now with some amazing tools under my belt I decided to follow my heart and work with guiding other women back to optimal health - taking both mind, body and spirit into consideration as they are all equally important. Just like nature we are diverse, have different needs and we are magical in our own unique ways.​

Our bodies are very wise and they know what is best for us. If you slow down and listen, you can hear that it is constantly sending out signals and communicating with you. It took me 32 years before my first crash came and I got forced to listen to what she had to say. Since then I had to start making some radical changes to my life. Now I am 40 years of age and have never felt more happy, radiant, glowing and alive. I hope that my journey can inspire and empower you to start living your best life ever!

If you want more of me you can check out my blog and The Way We Play and you will also find me on Instagram @ninamedicina and @wildcacaocollective



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