Montana - May 30 - June 3, 2020

Nomadic Belonging Montana

Let’s meet in the Heartland 

Under Big Skies

May 30 - June 3

5 days of blank slate mornings, ALTER yoga journeys, farm-to-table feasts, Yellowstone exploring, igniting workshops, edgy conversation, deep-end friendships, winding trails, daydreaming, sunset yoga, campfire 

4 nights under the stars 


Foster Creek Farm


Bozeman, Montana 


You in?

Saturday May 30, 5:00pm - Wednesday, June 3, 12:00pm

Wilderness Within Extension Option

A 3-day hiking and guided meditation and journaling extension retreat with Nicole

Wednesday, June 3-Friday June 5

Our Journey:

Days of adventure and restoration with plenty of space to dream and feasts of fresh, local, healthy food. Everything is optional. You can do what the heart calls for.

Saturday, May 30th

5:00 - ALTER yoga & Opening Circle

7:00 - Welcome Farm to Table Dinner

Sunday, May 31st

Morning ALTER yoga

Light breakfast on the farm

Lunch in Bozeman

Adventures / Daydreaming

Sunset restorative yoga & mobility

Dinner on the farm

Monday, June 1st

Morning ALTER yoga

Breakfast on the farm

Yellowstone National Park adventure

Sunset restorative yoga

Dinner on the farm

Tuesday, June 2nd

Morning ALTER yoga

Adventures / Wandering / Daydreaming / Massages

Dinner in Bozeman

Wednesday, June 3rd

Morning ALTER yoga & integration

11:00 - Brunch on the farm



We are partying and dreaming in rural luxury at Foster Creek Farm, a century-old, reinvented working farm at the foothills of the Bridger Mountains. There are a variety of accommodation options, including luxe glamping tents, a two-bedroom cabin suite, or the Huffine House with several separate queen bedrooms and bathrooms. 


$2400 double occupancy - tent

$2600 double occupancy - room

$2800 single occupancy - tent

$2975 single occupancy - room


Wilderness Within Extension:

$3600 double

$4500 single


  • Breakfasts and 3 festive dinners on the farm

  • Free range on Foster Creek Farm

  • ALTER yoga and mobility sessions, workshops

  • Yellowstone Adventure

Not included:

  • Airfare

  • Travel insurance

  • Lunches and one dinner out in Bozeman

  • Transport to the farm, which is approx. 10min drive from the Bozeman airport.

  • Massage treatment at the farm—possible to reserve

Payment Schedule:

  • $700 nonrefundable reservation deposit due upon booking

  • Balance due April 15th

  • Cancellation policy: You may transfer your registration to another person. If you do, please send notice of your registration transfer, along with contact information for the new participant.

    • If you must cancel, the following cancellation fees apply:

    • prior to April 15th: 50%

    • after April 15th: 100% of trip cost (travel insurance recommended)

Reserve your spot here

or for more information email

Join me in Deep Breath Country...


Nicole Meline’s Nomadic Belonging Retreat was a four day foundation for a lifestyle change. All too often workouts or diets fail because I don’t change my lifestyle. I’ve also been on great retreats that lose their magic when I go home. This retreat was amazingly different. Nicole effortlessly demonstrated the ease of incorporating the lifestyle I want into each day.  By offering three workouts (including yoga) each day, I experienced an increase in energy rather than feeling depleted or tired!  She easily offered us nutritious and delicious food choices at each meal. By using Foster Creek Farms she set the stage for natural conversations and community building with people from all over the country, with all levels of fitness, and all kinds of backgrounds. And in all she does, Nicole asks the important questions and introduces the one-liners that change my life. I’ve witnessed this in her fitness classes, on-line courses, personal coaching, and in this Nomadic Belonging retreat setting.  I highly recommend Nomadic Belonging retreats to anyone who wants to live healthfully, increase community, and experience more joy in their every day lives.

Kelli, Seattle, on Nomadic Belonging Montana


For me, Nicole’s retreats “alter” my 5 senses. It’s palo santo and fresh air. It’s Nicole-isms, life affirming music and laughter. It’s tight hugs and soft yoga mats. It’s the freshest of the garden with a dash of local infusion. It’s mind blowing mountains, bluest skies and green grasses. Every ounce of the retreat works to reset my spirit and lead me to vibrate with more energy and love when I return home. Thank you Nicole for offering a unique experience that can’t be bought off a shelf or online.

Cheryl, Bentonville, Arkansas on Nomadic Belonging Montana 


I am still on a Nomadic high! I enjoyed meeting each and every one of you, I loved all the beauty that surrounded me, and Montana was of coarse a site to see, the takeaways that I received will forever be in my heart. Women coming together from different seasons of life sharing stories of heroic adventures, bravery, passion for charity love for life, and childhood fun, Thank you, I am a little smarter, braver, more courageous and stronger, I can Dance a bit crazier and most of all be myself because I met all of YOU.

Suzanne, Newport Beach, CA on Nomadic Belonging Montana


I loved meeting people who are all unique and yet the same. I shared with several how many of my friends thought I was crazy for going on a trip with people I'd never met. From first meeting a few nomads at the airport, it never felt awkward. I really loved meeting and getting to know so many independent women! The schedule worked well. I enjoyed the "time in the kitchen" chatting. Maybe more of that around the fire. The trip exceeded all expectations and I'm still soaking in the experience. It was great to connect with so many wonderful people that I would never have met if I didn't jump in and take a chance on my own.

Kimberly, North Carolina, on Nomadic Belonging Montana


I loved meeting so many kindred spirits from many walks of life and areas of the country. Truly felt like finding my tribe. Your vibe attracts your tribe and that’s so true with Nicole. I will hold you all in my heart.

Cindy, Austin, TX, on Nomadic Belonging Montana

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