Tarot Readings

Get a reading – or book a private class to learn how to read tarot!

Tarot stems from using the symbolism in playing cards to facilitate self-reflection, raise insights, and offer glimpses of the future. There are many decks that can be used for divinatory purposes, including standard English playing decks and oracle decks, but the usual deck used in tarot has 22 Major Arcana cards and 56 Minor Arcana cards. The Major Arcana symbolizes major spiritual and life shifts, while the Minor Arcana symbolizes more of our day-to-day lives.

Using tarot for divination helps us access our subconscious minds and connects us with our innate self-knowledge and self-guidance to help us shift our perspective and make aligned life choices. Sometimes, spirits or those we work with may give additional color. No two readings are the same, but the goal is always to bring you closer to self-understanding and help through life’s tough times. A look into the future often reframes our understanding of the present. There is no topic that’s taboo when asking questions of the tarot.

When doing a reading, I tend to start with a primary spread – like the Past/Present/Future spread or a Celtic Cross – and then, from there, I’ll intuitively draw cards to respond to additional questions on the main topic. I offer 30-minute and 60-minute readings and I’m also happy to schedule monthly recurring readings for those who like to feel a continued connection to the deck. I can also teach how to read tarot in as few as 6 classes or many as 40 classes, depending on your desired depth of understanding.

1 class is 1 hour long, held through Google Meet video, and costs $50 USD.
A 1-hour reading is $45 USD, while a 30-minute reading is $25 USD.
A 1-question 3-Card Spread single email (without video) costs $15 USD.

I accept payment via PayPal only at this time.

Divination is the quest to understand more about the past, present, and future. In other words, Tarot readings are an attempt to understand ourselves better and discover how we might live better in the future.

— Theresa Francis-Cheung

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