I have been interested in astrology since I was a teen (Linda Goodman was my gateway drug!) and have been studying and practising it since 2010. In 2015, I formalised my knowledge and skill when I graduated with distinction from a three-year diploma with Rod Suskin.
Astrology is a very empowering modality, as it helps us tune into the cycles of the planets and seasons, recognising that our lives move in cycles too. The old adage of 'as above, so below' is so true, and just by having this awareness we can be guided as to when to start things, when to accept endings, and more. I love the analogy of astrology as a form of weather forecasting - if you know it's going to rain, you take an umbrella and you don't plan a picnic!
I often find that my readings confirm what my clients already know, deep down. They learn to start trusting their intuition, and walk away empowered and re-assured. They also gain greater insight into themselves, their challenges and their strengths. It's a great way of pausing and gaining clarity at times of facing major changes, looking for direction, searching for life purpose, questioning relationships, addressing health concerns, and more.
My exploration of astrology has been (and still is) a deeply personal journey for me, changing the course of my life for the better. It's not an airy fairy modality, but rather one that is grounded in thousands of years of tradition (with traditional astrology dating back to the Hellenistic time, at around 400 BC).
I offer private astrology sessions in the Cape Town CBD and via Skype (astrology is fantastic over Skype).
My consultation times are as follows:
Monday and Wednesday 09:00 - 12:00
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 09:00 - 12:00 and 16:00 - 18:00
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00
I spent a year running astrology and tarot courses in Asia, and got a really great response. Inspired by this, I will be offering my first course through the School of Intuition and Healing in February 2017. These courses will run approximately every eight weeks.
I also enjoy sharing my knowledge with a wider audience and write and publish articles for Elephant Journal and Odyssey Magazine.