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:: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast ::

My name is Yarrow - I am a queer writer, body worker, web designer and comforter. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic.

On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you.

I am not on social media anymore because I want to focus on creating indy media like my podcasts, compare myself less often and spent little time on my phone. This means I have more energy to nurture my communities and make cool things for you!

If you’d like to stay in touch you can sign up for my newsletter over here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/embodied-magic/ – I am usually sending them once or twice a month when I have new episodes, resources or interesting stories to share. You will also get my free mini course on embodied magic.

If you like the Daydreaming Wolves podcast you might also like my Embodied Magic membership - it’s a community of like minded folks on Mighty Networks that meets every month for creative check ins, rituals and embodied writing. Everyone receives a monthly package filled with herbal recipes and video how to guides, play lists, journaling prompts, meditations, self-massage and writing practices as well as seasonal ritual ideas. You can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/wild-embodiment/ and you’re welcome to become a Patron to support the podcast here: www.patreon.com/daydreamingwolves

I also run a web design, tech support and small business mentoring studio over here: yarrowdigital.com/

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:: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast ::

My name is Yarrow - I am a queer writer, body worker, web designer and comforter. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic.

On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you.

I am not on social media anymore because I want to focus on creating indy media like my podcasts, compare myself less often and spent little time on my phone. This means I have more energy to nurture my communities and make cool things for you!

If you’d like to stay in touch you can sign up for my newsletter over here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/embodied-magic/ – I am usually sending them once or twice a month when I have new episodes, resources or interesting stories to share. You will also get my free mini course on embodied magic.

If you like the Daydreaming Wolves podcast you might also like my Embodied Magic membership - it’s a community of like minded folks on Mighty Networks that meets every month for creative check ins, rituals and embodied writing. Everyone receives a monthly package filled with herbal recipes and video how to guides, play lists, journaling prompts, meditations, self-massage and writing practices as well as seasonal ritual ideas. You can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/wild-embodiment/ and you’re welcome to become a Patron to support the podcast here: www.patreon.com/daydreamingwolves

I also run a web design, tech support and small business mentoring studio over here: yarrowdigital.com/

    Podcast #71 Art, ritual and celebrating life with Rebekah Erev

    Podcast #71 Art, ritual and celebrating life with Rebekah Erev

    Hey appreciated listeners,

    this episode is really close to my heart - I love working with my guest Rebekah Erev and really appreciate all that they do. Rebekah's work is so rich with imagination and reverence for the earth and the human experience and yet also really tangible and accessible. Here is what we talked about: 

    - Making art and ritual accessible to more people
    - Caring for the earth and our ancestors 
    - The story of how Rebekah created their oracle deck
    - Embodying the role of a jewish priestess 
    - Celebrancy and holding space for life's milestones

    Rebekah about their work: 

    I am an ordained kohenet (Hebrew priestess), feminist, queer, artist, intuitive, healer, lover, creativity coach and teacher. I live on the Salish Sea in Olympia, WA., the original village of the Steh-chass people. In my work I collaborate with unseen and seen beings to make art and ritual with the intention to recover and liberate the earth. I offer intuitive readings and workshops to help people manifest their most true expressions, listening to the wisdom of their bodies. I also make objects and create public ritual as performance / ceremony.

    Here is the Your Most Treasured Commitment course I mentioned in the intro: http://rebekaherevstudio.com/your-most-treasured-commitment

    Here is Rebekah's website: http://rebekaherevstudio.com/

    and this is their instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rebekaherevstudio/

    If you'd like to support the podcast and receive access to my zines, the Embodied Magic archive and my live classes you can become a Patron here: https://www.patreon.com/daydreamingwolves

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    Podcast #70 Tarot as a light in the dark

    Podcast #70 Tarot as a light in the dark

    Hey everyone,

    happy new year, happy full moon eclipse! May you feel soft and blessed today

    I am sending a solo episode your way in which I am sharing my new year practices, some tarot ideas and inspiration as well as updates on what I am planning this year. 

    Here are the questions for the journaling practice I shared: 

    -What am I grateful for to 2019?
    -What were my major themes?
    -What do I want more of?
    -What do I want to clear away before I start a new chapter?


    And these are the questions for the tarot spread I shared: 

    -What do I need to know about my next steps?
    -What can ground and support me right now?
    -What dream wants to be dreamed in 2020?
    -Which archetype will be my guide?
    -Which quality can I develop in myself?

    Finally, here is the link to my Patron if you'd like access to the live tarot class, the embodied magic archive and my zines: 

    https://www.patreon.com/daydreamingwolves

    • 18 min
    #69 Astrology for social change Virginia Rosenberg

    #69 Astrology for social change Virginia Rosenberg

    Hey beloved listeners,

    I am sorry there has been a little break and I am really excited to be back with another episode in this wild gemini full moon week! 

    I felt very luck to get to speak to Virginia Rosenberg, whose work I first came across after taking a Qoya class and learning about her role as the resident astrologer. Her approach is so embodied, open, curious and creative and I loved chatting to her about everything from birth charts to Saturn returns! 

    Here is what we talked about: 

    - Astrology as an intuitive, embodied practice
    - Slowness and cyclical living 
    - The wisdom of nature
    - Making a start in our own practices and creating a direct experience with heavenly bodies

    Virginia Rosenberg is an Intuitive Astrologer and Movement Artist for social change. Her passion is natural healing of self and society. Virginia believes that we are made to heal, and that healing is a matter of becoming more conscious of and connected to ourselves, each other, and the more-than-human-Worlds. Astrology and movement are age-old tools for reconnection, and she stewards these disciplines. Since 2010, Virginia has offered thousands of readings for clients worldwide. She teaches astrology, qi gong, and various forms of dance, leading retreats, classes, and workshops. Her writings on astrology, spirituality, and society have gone viral and are used as teaching tools in meditation and study groups. She is Resident Astrologer for Qoya. Her educational background includes post-colonial and women’s/gender studies, cultural anthropology, journalism, documentary filmmaking, Taoist philosophy and internal martial arts, myriad forms of dance, spiritual alchemy, ritual, ceremony, and energy work. Visit Virginia's website at www.virginiarosenberg.com. She offers free New and Full Moon forecasts. You can also follow her on instagram at @virginiarosenberg

    Here is the live tarot class I mentioned: https://www.yarrowmagdalena.com/tarot-as-a-light-in-the-dark-live-class/

    And here is the DIY Business Community that currently has eight open spots: https://yarrowdigital.com/diy-business-school/

    This is my Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/daydreamingwolves

    • 47 min
    Podcast #68 Textile magic and fibre shed practices with Ash Alberg

    Podcast #68 Textile magic and fibre shed practices with Ash Alberg

    Hey everyone,

    I am happy to send you another episode from cozy, rainy Scotland today. I spoke to Ash Alberg, whose work I had been admiring on instagram for years. Their work is so beautiful, tactile and deeply meaningful and I am so glad I got to spend some time with them to ask them about how it all came to be. Here is what we talked about: 

    - What we can learn from the process of making, loving and sharing clothes
    - Textiles as an access point to sustainability and community care 
    - Ash's textile practice and the knitty gritty of running a small textile business
    - Natural dying and fibre shed practices 
    - The magic of plants and Ash's project from field to skin 

    ash alberg is a queer femme and fibre witch who seeks to create beautiful and practical items using sustainable methods. equally importantly, they seek to nurture the skills, knowledge, and creativity of fellow fibre witches to achieve their goals. their side project, from field to skin, chronicles their adventures in the canadian fibreshed.

    after living on the east coast of canada and in the uk, ash now operates out of their home studio in canada’s heartland on treaty one territory with their coven pooch, willow. when not creating new knitwear designs, ash can be found sewing a handmade wardrobe, foraging for natural dyes and bones, and cooking up new herbal remedies with their favourite plant allies. ash can be found on instagram @sunflowerknit and @fromfieldtoskin. you can also find them at ashalberg.com and fromfieldtoskin.com.

    About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast

    My name is Yarrow, I am honoured to be your host!

    I am a queer writer, body worker and comforter and I support people in navigating transitions, grounding into themselves and finding simple pleasure. The Daydreaming Wolves podcast is a mix of deep dive interviews on healing modalities that feel good and spark resilience and resistance, wild life stories and new ideas as well as reflective solo episodes and how to guides filled with everyday magic.

    You can learn more about my work at https://www.yarrowmagdalena.com/ and sign up for the live tarot class I mentioned here: https://www.yarrowmagdalena.com/tarot-as-a-light-in-the-dark-live-class/

    • 55 min
    #67 Why I am becoming a Death Doula

    #67 Why I am becoming a Death Doula

    Hey loved ones,

    this solo episode is pretty much what it says on the tin: an exploration of why I am training as a death doula as an extension of the grief celebrant training I am doing, some thoughts about death, loss and grief and how all this actually makes me feel really happy and grounded right now.

    I am also sharing a few updates about life in Scotland, about offerings for 2020 and about my communities.

    Here is more info about the live tarot class I mentioned, its $44 till Dec 1st: https://www.yarrowmagdalena.com/tarot-as-a-light-in-the-dark-live-class/

    If you have any feedback I would SO love to hear from you at hello@yarrowdigital.com and I also voiced a cheeky birthday wish: If you enjoy the podcast please can you leave a review? Thank you so much!

    About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast 

    My name is Yarrow, I am honoured to be your host!

    I am a queer writer, body worker and comforter and I support people in navigating transitions, grounding into themselves and finding simple pleasure. The Daydreaming Wolves podcast is a mix of deep dive interviews on healing modalities that feel good and spark resilience and resistance, wild life stories and new ideas as well as reflective solo episodes and how to guides filled with everyday magic.

    You can find out more about my offerings and community at https://www.yarrowmagdalena.com/

    • 21 min
    #66 My interview with Jennifer Gleeson Blue on emotional bodies and natural movement

    #66 My interview with Jennifer Gleeson Blue on emotional bodies and natural movement

    Hey wonderful beings,

    happy Friday - almost new moon - finally Scorpio season! 

    I hope this finds you well and that my conversation with the wonderful Jennifer Gleeson Blue feels as exciting and insightful to you as it did to me! It was really good to talk and wonder about natural movements, about patterns and how we are holding them in our bodies and about all the ways in which we can expand and grow into being our true selves. F**k yes! Here is some of what we talked about: 

    - How modern ways of movement are impacting our biology and emotional bodies 
    - The initiation of motherhood 
    - Healing through natural movement 
    - Coming to really honour our bodies and learning about anatomy 
    - Creating trauma sensitive movement spaces 


    Jennifer Gleeson Blue guides women to find their freedom, reinitiating their connection to their powerful, majestic and sacred bodies. In her online programs, group coaching, private sessions and workshops, she utilizes a powerful blend of consciousness work and natural movement to unleash the intuitive self while tending very practically to the physical body. She is a certified life coach and a restorative exercise specialist and has logged thousands of hours in the trenches of unravelling her own liberation. She can be found on Instagram, Facebook and at her website, jennifergleesonblue.com. 



    :: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast ::

    My name is Yarrow –  I am a queer writer, body worker, web designer and comforter. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic.

    On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you.

    I enjoy bringing people together into a community that loves to play with plants, writes together and creates everyday rituals to make life feel more beautiful. My program, Embodied Magic  is an affordable and well-curated monthly course and community. It celebrates weirdness and explores ways in which self-care can help us reclaim joyful and sustainable forms of resistance. It’s available to all Patrons and you can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/wild-embodiment/

    I am not on social media anymore because I want to focus on creating indy media like my podcasts, compare myself less often and spent little time on my phone. This means I have more energy to nurture my communities and make cool things for you! If you’d like to stay in touch you can sign up for my newsletter over here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/embodied-magic/ – I am usually sending them once or twice a month when I have new episodes, resources or interesting stories to share. You will also get my free mini course on embodied magic.

    I also run a web design, tech support and small business mentoring studio over here: yarrowdigital.com/

    • 49 min

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