16 MAY 2021, 3:00-6:00PM
IT'S IN THE CARDS DARLING...
Ever had a fascination about what the cards have in store for you? Ever needed help in gaining some guidance? Ever felt confused by universal signals? Then you need tarot! This 3-hour workshop led by Courtney of Seeking Wilder will guide you through all you need to know about Tarot. You’ll learn all about the cards and even have time to practise doing a couple of spreads. Leaving with a deck of your own and a beginner-friendly guide on all the cards you’ll be on your way to becoming a reader that could rival Miss Cleo.
This workshop is specifically designed for beginners but is also suitable for those wishing to gain alternative messages from their cards.
A workbook with all the descriptions of your tarot deck
Guidance in interpreting the cards
A Rider-Waite tarot deck to take home
A piece of Selenite to cleanse your deck
Nibbles and refreshments
A new community
Can children attend?
At this time this is a 16+ event.
I’m a total beginner is this right for me?
This workshop is designed for beginners, however if you already practice tarot having another perspective on how the cards can be interpreted can always be good too.
Can I get a refund if I can no longer attend?
You can receive a refund if you inform us 48 hours prior to the workshop.
If I don’t drink or eat anything can I get a discount?
Unfortunately not, most of the price of the ticket comes from covering the price of the kits.
Even though your store is closed can I still buy some crystals for my new stand?
Absolutely, one of our amazing staff members will be there overseeing everything and available to put through any sales.
Can I bring my own food?
We’re happy to cater for any dietary requirements you might have but if you’re feeling unsure about anything feel free to bring something. Your ticket will not be discounted though as the cost covers mostly the kit.
I have my own deck, can I bring it?
You can absolutely bring your own deck to work through. During the workshop Courtney will be guiding you through a traditional Rider-Waite deck and so if your own deck is not that, there may be some confusion for you. But you are still more than welcome to bring your own deck to have a play.