Q: Who is Tarot For?

A: The tarot is for everyone. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Q: What Happens in a Tarot Reading?

A: Sessions begin with a meditation practice to help ground the breath and the mind. We will shuffle the cards and begin a spread to help us to engage with/explore the aspects of your inquiry.

Q: How Long of a Session should I Book?

A: It depends on the scope of your inquiry. If you have never had a reading before and you are curious, I recommend at least a 45-minute session. Most of my first-time clients book 1-1.5 hours. If you are unsure, we can begin with a general reading that focuses on the current approach to the present and then extend our scope if need be. I want to be respectful of your time and budget while also addressing as much of your quest as possible.

Q: Do I need to do anything before a reading?

A: No special preparation is required, though I recommend that you drink plenty of water before and after. I also encourage my clients to support their nervous systems with fruit.

Q: Does a Remote Reading Provide the Same Insights?

A: As long as you are able to e-meet together in a quiet space where you will not be interrupted and you bring your highest and best, a remote session is just as insightful. If you can meet in person, it is my preference, but whatever works best for you is what is best. I cannot guarantee that technology will work seamlessly during a session. I will do my best to make adjustments if issues arise (for example, issues with video sessions would mean moving the session to phone).

Q: Do You Offer Gift Certificates?

A: Yes! Just let me know whom you would like to gift a session to and I will be happy to schedule a gift reading.

Q: How do I Pay?

A: Cash and Venmo are best. I also accept PayPal.



While a clients’ overall health may be explored in the reading, I cannot diagnose or treat disease and I am not a physician. These sessions are not a substitute for diagnosis or treatment from a qualified health practitioner for illnesses, injuries, or other medical conditions.

Similarly, I am not a trained legal professional, my guidance should not be treated as legal counsel.