Introduction/beginners to Tarot (4 - fortnightly classes) with Barbara Hurley – Soul Cleanser By booking Introduction to Tarot – (4 session classes) – one person has a Chance to Win a Book 21 ways to read a Tarot Card.
Date: Saturday October 2nd, 2021 (date still to be confirmed) Venue: Papakura Time: 9.30am to 12pm (4 sessions = total of 10 Hours) Tea Break: 15 minutes - coffee, tea or water (biscuits.. provided) (Includes handouts) Cost: or $200.00 (4 fortnightly sessions - dates below) $50 deposit to hold your spot Full payment must be paid by 2nd class.
Classes continue on the following dates:- 2nd Class: Saturday 16th October 2021 (9.30an to 12pm) 3rd class: Saturday 30th October 2021 4th class: Saturday 13th November 2021
Or by arrangement with me to pay as you go – must pay $50 deposit to hold your spot. Class is limited to 12 at this stage: If numbers increase will move to another venue in the area.
Note: Must let me know if are not coming to a session as someone else could have filled that spot. By booking this class your intention will be to stay for the whole 4 sessions.
Note: payments must be made at least a week before commencing sessions or arrangement with me re payment plan.
About: Introduction to Tarot is for beginners, and for people who are curious to know more about tarot and want to understand the basics of tarot. Tarot is a very old divination tool which has been used for centuries. Learning to read Tarot – your intuition increases, as you learn tarot. By the end of the last class you will be able to do a reading for either a friend, family member or others. We will do a cleansing meditation at the beginning of the class and end with a protection meditation for when you leave.
Some of the subjects we will cover: History of tarot, elements, Major Arcana, Court Cards, suits, your birth card, numbers, symbols....
What to Bring:
1. Tarot deck (Rider Waite is a popular deck and a good one to begin your journey and learn tarot. A silk or satin bag to keep you deck protected. 2. Pen and book / journal – take notes. 3. Water bottle (optional)