A Taste of Tarot
Dust off your beautiful tarot cards and learn how to give insightful readings using a special reading mat designed by the instructor. This introductory workshop will teach you tarot card basics such as the significance of cards known as the major and minor arcana and how to ask questions to get the best results. The reading mat makes reading cards so easy you will be trading readings with the other students for the last 45 minutes of the class. This workshop is a great jumping off point for more in-depth study. During class you will use the instructor's reading mat, and if you find it helpful, you can purchase one at the end of class for $25. Rochelle Fisher has studied, taught, and performed professional reading sessions for the past five years. The reading mat is a distillation of her journey to learn how to share the wisdom of the tarot cards with others. She created it to help new students of the tarot learn and find success and enjoyment in reading from the get-go. Rochelle has loaner decks to use during class or bring your own tarot cards if you have them. NOTE: This class will be offered via Zoom, instructions and link will be emailed prior to class.
|Dates:||April 10, 2020 Check for other dates|
|Meets:||One Fri., 6:30-9PM 04/10|
|Location:||ONLINE: Via Zoom|
You could save $12.00 on this course by becoming a member of CFU Membership
|Notes:||$25/$20 optional materials fee payable in class for reading mat and/or cards. You will need a good internet connection and a device that has a camera and microphone (this can be laptop or mobile device). Make sure that you download Zoom onto your computer or have the app installed prior to class, https://zoom.us/download. It's free to install.. Look for the email with the link for the Zoom meeting prior to class.|
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