S4E9 - An Interview with Yarrow Magdalena


Today I am so excited to have my friend Yarrow on the podcast because they really embody this role of "healer" is so many different ways. Yarrow Magdalena is a ritual maker and embodiment mentor who helps soft folks reclaim body love, intuition, a connection to nature and everyday magic. They also run Daydreaming Wolves, a podcast for dreamers who are into authentic conversations about healing, business journeys, everyday struggles and everyday magic. And Yarrow also runs a web design + tech studio called Yarrow Digital which supports small businesses in building heartfelt, sustainable online platforms made to hold big dreams and beautiful communities. So in addition to digging into juicy conversation about practicing healing and ritualizing healing for yourself as well as making healing more accessible in general, we're talking about running two different businesses and balancing exploring/practicing spirituality with getting work done.


  • Defining "healer" and the different ways of practicing healing
  • Yarrow's favorite healing tools
  • Celebrating self-love by marrying yourself
  • Practicing safe softness with boundaries and protection
  • Balancing and managing two different businesses
  • Making healing more accessible
  • Balancing exploring your spirituality and getting practical work done


"I think that we need an ocean of healing because the problems and challenges that we're facing have become so complex and deeply rooted." [click to tweet]

"To make acquiring the tools to be your own healer a priority in your life is—I think—one of the best things any of us can do for ourselves." [click to tweet]

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