Healing Services

In addition to offering healing sessions with our proprietress, Ylva Mara, The Cunning Crow Apothecary has community practitioners of various healing modalities available each day of the week.  You can find more information about all our current practitioners below.  

Ylva Mara Radziszewski | The Cunning Crow | Crow Song Healing Arts


I am a High Priestess, a temple tender, traditional witch, teacher, writer, artist, licensed acupuncturist and herbalist. I am also a chronically ill, disabled, non-binary trans femme.  I currently live on occupied Duwamish and Coast Salish land, now named Seattle. I identify as a white person of Slavic, Polish, Balkan, and Romani ancestry. I was born on occupied Tequesta, Ais, and Jeaga land, now named Florida. 


I approach my work with a commitment to further understand how access to wellness and traditions of magic is complicated by and interconnected with the violence of settler-colonial, cis/het centric, ableist, white supremacy and capitalism; centering my practice in service to those most affected by these systems of oppression.


As someone who was raised outside of my Romani culture due to colonialism, genocide, diaspora, and white supremacy and as someone who benefits from gadjeness and white privilege, my work focuses on magic as reparation, service, and radical resistance.


 My altar centers supporting BIPOC community members, sex workers, survivors of trauma & abuse, survivors of incest & assualt, chronically ill folx, Trans & Non-Binary specific health concerns, addiction recovery, and folks navigating the complexity of mental health concerns.


My offerings:

  • Spell Crafting, Candle Magic, & Custom Witching Work
  • Acupuncture & Cranio-Sacral Therapy
  • Herbal Consultations & Customized Formulations
  • Depossession & Curse/Hex/Pattern Breaking
  • Rites of Passage, & Personalized Ritual (Handfasting, Baby Blessings, Death Tending, Blessing Transitions)
  • Spiritual Mentoring & Witches Counsel
  • One-on-One Course Work for Learning the Foundations Traditional Magic
  • Practitioner Consultation

More Info At: Crow Song Healing Arts | info@traditionalmagic.com

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Our Current Community Practitioners...

Lil Kay | Massage Therapist, Witch, & Energy Worker | Sundays & Mondays


My name is Lil (she/her) and I am a queer femme licensed massage therapist, practicing witch and energy worker. I have practiced divination and energy work for over a decade and became a bodyworker after a lifelong fascination with the ways in which our bodies retain memory. It is my ideology that healthcare is inherently political, and I honor the intricate ways in which supremacy and trauma inform our own highly individualized relationships to healing, magic, and being in our bodies.

My core belief is that each one of us in our own expert on what we need. It is my honor as a practitioner to help hold space for your healing process--you are the one doing the work. All bodies are vessels of change, magic, grief, movement, and vast, blooming opportunity to heal. I am incredibly grateful to help facilitate that journey.


Ritual bodywork session may include:
- Cransiosacral therapy
- Lymphatic drainage
- Energy work
- Myofascial release
- Cupping
- Crystal grids
- Acupressure
- Tuning forks
- Divination
- Customized spellwork

More Info At: Wild Heart Healing | @healingfortherevolution









Kiki Robinson | Opulent Witch | Wednesdays


Kiki Robinson

I'm a witch, artist, tarot reader, freaky Starseed and psychic medium. I started building my professional healing practice in 2014, but I have always been a witch ad expressed the fierce magic of my Ancestors. I carry Irish/British Isles and Romani diaspora ancestry in my body. I am a multi-disciplinary artist and dancer. My intention is to embody and channel the divine through my creations. I live on occupied Duwamish land, also known as Seattle. My altar is centered in sovereignty, courage, hearth-truth and compassion. My work in the world involved assisting in healing and liberating the Collective, disrupting and dismantling oppressive systems, and transformation through creative modalities. I am deeply committed to community healing and magical transformation.


Services offered:



- Intuitive tarot readings

- Decrystalization

- Elemental balancing

- Cord cutting

- Curse unraveling

- Spell crafting

- Compassionate depossession

- Soul essence retrieval

- Extraction

- Ceremony facilitation

- Guided visualization with transpersonal depth psychology


More Info At: Opuelnt Witch | Schedule a Session


Allison Buchbinder | Hair Witch | Decrystalizing Hair Liberation | June 17th


My name is Allison (she/her) and I have been a practicing hairdresser for nearly a decade, and I have been a practicing generational witch for longer. It runs in my family. I am a Jewish WItch of Ashkenazi decent, and am currently living on occupied Duwamish and Coast Salish land.

My approach to hairdressing and as a healer is transformational, heart centered, pro intersectional, and is about assisting you in seeing your full self clearly. My work as a healer is about supporting you on your journey to self liberation, self love, and helping you move through self sabotaging thought forms.

Decrystalizing hair cutting sessions will transform your locks by the means of moving blocked and stagnant energy from your energetic body, the use of ritualistic hair brushing, and cutting your hair to cut out what no longer serves you.


Schedule Here



Dilshad Mehta | Intuitive Reader, Personal Mentor, & Soul Friend | June 1st, 8th, 15th, & 22nd


Dilshad photo

My name is Dilshad; it means “happy heart”. I’m an intuitive reader, poet, and a magus witch. My heritage is Zoroastrian - the line of magis aka magus.

The way I serve is through truth, integration, and healing. And so, I’ve crafted the process of readings with this in mind. Each reading has 2 parts to it - (1) dedicated time just for readings (2) dedicated time for questions. Doing it this way lets spirit deliver what it needs to without interruption, gives you time to really integrate your reading, and then gives you time to talk through what you need to. It’s a way of practicing being in a relationship with spirit and sitting in that energy for longer.

I also accommodate the traditional style of reading if the process above doesn't work for you.

In my tool bag for intuitive work is the tarot, oracle cards, pendulum, prayer, energy healing, and channeling.

 More Info At: Dilshad Mehta | @dilshadmehta


Healing Craft Student Clinic | 3rd Sundays of the Month


Supervised, student led clinic days offer a sacred space for students of the School of Traditional Magic to practice their Healing Craft and build confidence in their altars. These clinics will offer multiple opportunities for students to meet clients, develop a treatment plan and implement their Healing Craft while under supervision. For clients, sessions may include energy clearing, divination/intuitive reading, spiritual guidance, guidance around custom ritual/spell work, crafting custom spells/rituals, herbal recommendations, and other delights specific to the student practitioner. All clinics will be on a donation basis; recommended sliding scale of $0-$125 per session (no one turned away for lack of funds).


More Info At: Practical Witching Clinic: Student Led & Supervised Healing Craft Sessions


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Availability for Saturday Readers!

The Cunning Crow Apothecary has openings for readers on Saturdays and we'd love to host a variety of folx of different divinatory modalities.

CCA Practitioner RoomReaders will have access to the practitioner room in the back of the apothecary's storefront (photo on the left). The room has a love-seat couch, armchair, and coffee table (17" x 23") suitable for card spreads, divination tools and/or altars. The rental rate is $50/Saturday (10am - 4pm). Please note that practitioners are asked to secure their own client appointments. The Cunning Crow Apothecary will happily advertise you day with us on social media, however we cannot be held responsible for the variability of foot traffic for walk-in clients.

We will be centering reader applications from folx most marginalized by the culture of white supremacy.

If you would like to apply, please send an email to info@cunningcrowapothecary.com, subject line "Saturday Reader Application" and provide the following information:

  • A bio about yourself and your practice. Please include social media and/or website links to your practice if you have them.
  • A response to the following questions:
    • In what ways does the store's offerings  (e.g. services, products, classes, etc.) align with your practice?
    • What of the apothecary's offerings are of most interest to you? Your work? We are actively working with readers and folx in community to acquire or develop offerings that best supports the growth and health of our community.
  • Note which Saturdays in the year are of most interest to you.
  • An image of you (at least 400x400 pixels) for advertising on our website and social media links.