Stepping Up your Tarot Reading Skills (Online)

with Sole Chirco

Event Date(s): 19 April – 21 June 2021 (excludes Monday 3 & 31 May)

Days & Times: Mondays 8pm – 9:30pm (South Africa) / 7pm – 8.30pm (UK)

Venue: Online via Zoom

Cost:  R1300 (SA Residents Only) / £120 (International Students)

Booking & Payment Deadline: Monday 12 April 2021

Interview Required:  No

Details

Please note: this is an intermediate tarot class; as such a basic knowledge of tarot is required to attend. All participants should have a tarot deck.

Ready to take your tarot skills to the next level? These highly interactive intermediate tarot classes take you from casual tarot wisdom seeker to consistent (and confident!) reader. It is the perfect next step for anyone who knows card meanings, can do basic readings but would like to deepen their relationship with tarot. We will focus on consistency, confidence and context so that you can deliver accurate readings and never draw a blank.

Things you will learn:

  • Deeper and more modern ways to interpret the cards, including the Majors
  • How to read Court cards, notoriously some of the hardest to decipher
  • How to tackle multiple card spreads and create your own
  • How to get “unstuck” and keep anxiety at bay
  • How to tap into your individual reading style to deliver authentic and relevant answers

N.B. These are intermediate tarot classes, as such a working knowledge of tarot is required to attend. All participants should bring their tarot deck.

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FEEDBACK FROM PARTICIPANTS

"When I met Sole, I knew she would be the perfect teacher for me. She is very approachable, caring, intuitive and patient which makes her a great person to learn from.

In a few simple steps Sole taught her technique to understand card meanings. She was able to help me create a personal connection that simplified the meanings of each tarot card making them relevant to me and my spiritual practice. Now I love using them daily with my meditation practice, and I can connect with them deeply, but mostly they have become a reliable tool in my decision making." Hayet