Ancestral Healing

In the Pacific Northwest


Malivume practices South African shamanism and is dedicated to Indigenous methods of healing and exploration.

The Team



I am a healer, diviner, and facilitator of indigenous practices. I am a descendant of the Papago and Pima tribes of southern Arizona and of English immigrants.  Since 2019, I have studied South African Shamanism (iSangoma) and I continually incorporate tribal traditions and ceremonies. I'm also a trained bookbinder and run Sound Leather Books, a bespoke bindery operating out of Boston Harbor Bookbindery.

Jenn Zahrt

I am an author, publisher, editor; astrologer, translator, artist; fluent in German & astrologies since 1998. I run Revelore Press, Sophia Centre Press, and The Catapult Zone. I oscillate between Seattle, WA and Bristol, UK.


Dagny River

I am a force of nature, born and raised in Cascadia. I'm laid back, spectacular, and determined. I find joy in building bridges between others. I'm a laughter yogi who has studied with Joe Hoare in Bristol, UK. & a facilitator of regenerative healing modalities.

Wanderer's Playground



Respecting those who have come before through River, Forest or Sea will help clear the path to a boundless future.

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Whether it's for Home, Body, or Spirit, cleansing is an effective tool one can utilize to activate change.

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Consultations help fine-tune what we and our amaThongo need to allow the healing process to take place.

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Respecting our ancestors through ceremony, healing is then gifted to us through the power of connection.

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If you would like to visit Rancho mPondo or schedule a consultation with Malivume, fill out this form with any questions or comments you may have.

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Malivume is a traditional healer located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Practicing at Rancho mPondo, we employ indigenous methods such as ceremony, cleansing, and ritual to help others.

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Malivume's schedule officially opens in September 2020.

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