Hey, I am Yarrow.

As an artist, writer, body worker, celebrant and plant lover I support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, intuition, a connection to nature and everyday magic. Being able to do this work really is my wildest dreams coming true.

My practices around folk herbalism, tarot, journaling, movement and creative expression are meant to support a trauma sensitive and accessible path towards body liberation, self-acceptance and community. If you like you can find out more about the custom rituals I am offering here

I care deeply about embodiment because I believe that our digitalised, fast-paced lives don’t leave enough room for connection, intimacy and community. Slowness and sensuality have become luxuries, especially for survivors and marginalised folks. I want to create spaces in which you can feel safe and seen so that you can explore what makes you feel good in your skin and excited about life.

To spread some love and inspiration I run the Daydreaming Wolves podcast for folks who are into authentic conversations about healing, unusual stories, everyday struggles and everyday magic. For those who would like some more guidance and space for self-care and ritual I am offering an ongoing program called The Magic of Embodiment that explores folk herbalism, tarot, movement, journaling and ritual through the lens of reclamation and embodiment –  you can get access by pledging $3 or more on my Patreon.

By day I also run a web design and tech agency named Yarrow Digital that supports small businesses in building heartfelt, sustainable online platforms made to hold big dreams and beautiful communities. I specialise in custom made WordPress sites as well as easy to understand tech support and I also run a low cost DIY business training.

The daydreaming Wolves Podcast

“The doors to the wild self are few but precious. If you have a deep scar, that is a door, if you have an old, old story, that is a door. If you love the sky and the water so much you almost cannot bear it, that is a door. If you yearn for a deeper life, a full life, a sane life, that is a door.”

– Clarissa Pinkola Estès

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