Sage everything. Because even the most basic witch knows it’s a magical time of year.

So when should you do a purification ritual? The kind where you burn sage through your whole house to smoke the negative vibes out? How about the Spring Equinox. It’s a magical time of year when day and night are nearly equal in length and endless options abound to celebrate the Spring Equinox in Portland.

And where can you get mystical supplies for positive spellwork? Triple Goddess tools for self care? Crystal singing bowls and tarot cards to make sense of all this? Tucked away spots for shinrin-yoku? Test out these year-round shops and spots that cater to witchcraft, herbal medicine, spirituality, indigenous practices, divination, astrology, tarot, and all your woo-woo ways. 

It’s a magical time of year when day and night are nearly equal in length and endless options abound to celebrate the Spring Equinox in Portland.

How will you spend the Spring Equinox in Portland this year?

If you're new to the scene, Queen Meb is a great entry point with a wide variety of intentional and ritual tools for the witchy minded. Looking to have your fortune read? Psychic Sister always has the answers you're looking for. Self care and radical wellness? Head to Okamura Farm for custom energy work with aromatherapy or come thru Clary Sage Herbarium, a Indigenous, Two Spirit, womxn owned herbal apothecary. Or perhaps more just looking to get out into nature? The serenity found at Hoyt Arboretum is unparalleled. Another way to get out? Wildcraft Studio School offers a range of workshops focused on foraging, herbal medicine, nature-based crafts and Native American arts. And of course - don't forget a visit to the Maryhill Stonehenge. It's a bit of a trek out of Portland... but there is something a bit magical seeing this Stonehenge replica at sunset or sunrise!


Spring Equinox in Portland