Learn From Me
I came out of my writing nook about two years ago to start teaching. I love sharing my passion for tarot with others and have started teaching various classes. I provide one-on-one mentoring in the art of reading the cards as well as classroom-based trainings.
If you’re interested in a mentorship, I can do this online with Skype or in person (Portland, OR location). Picking me is an honor that I don’t take lightly. When we spend time together, I’ll listen to you as you give me your goals for working with tarot. Then I’ll think about and create a custom course frame work so that you can learn the cards from beginner to pro. Because of the intensity, I require a six month commitment. Payment plans are available to fit any lifestyle. Interested? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to my mentorship program, I also offer the following classes and courses:
Classes from Start to Finish
Tarot for the Curious
Come learn about the mystical art of tarot. Let Jaymi introduce you to that “wicked pack of cards”, their history and myths, and help you select the right reader to guide your questions. This class does not teach how to read. It gives a general overview for the curious. No experience necessary, and no prejudices allowed.
Learn how to become a skilled and practiced tarot reader. Jaymi teaches beginners how to de-code the meanings of the cards, how to use spreads, and gets tarot enthusiast reading the cards for themselves and others. Bring your favorite deck and a journal and an enthusiastic learning state of mind.
Are you ready to become a tarot professional but are afraid? Going Pro presents a safe forum where you can learn how to take the fool’s plunge and start your own tarot business. Jaymi Elford has been laying the foundation for her own business for over two years now. While she claims she’s no expert, she’s ready to share her knowledge about what to do, where to go, and how to get those spiffy marketing toys.
Inspiring the Muse with Tarot, using a tarot deck to tell stories
Inspiring the Muse takes writers through a tour of the many ways they can use a tarot deck as a inspirational tool and companion. Units revolve around: using the cards to prompt journal entries; plot and plot point generation; character creation; setting creation; and writing coaching. Writers will come away with many spreads and ideas on tapping into the cards for new ideas for their writing using the pictures, symbolism, and tarot deck structure. Students must bring imagination, paper and pen, and an illustrated tarot deck. Inspiring the Muse offered in 1 hour, 4 hour and 8 hour long workshop sessions.
Journalling with the Tarot
Journalling with the Tarot takes participants on a tour of how to create, maintain and use various tarot journals. Participants will make a small hand-made journal and learn several types of ways to use their cards to reveal insights into their lives. Journallers will come away with many ideas on how the cards can become a trusted friend to tell secrets to. Students must bring imagination, paper and pen, and an illustrated tarot deck. Journalling with the Tarot offered in 1 hour, 4 hour and 8 hour long workshop sessions.
Imbibe and Divine
Imbibe and Divine is a multi-sensory experience where participants explore the tarot in culinary delights. Part wine-tasting and part discussion on the taboos surrounding tarot and drinking, this class seeks to answer the question how can wine be like a tarot card. Jaymi Elford facilitates this class and also introduces the “TIPPSY spread”. No prior knowledge or reading experience is necessary. You don’t have to memorize meanings or esoteric occult lore either. Participation is encouraged but not a requirement. Class limited to persons 21 and over, IDs checked at the door.
Embodying the Archetypes
Join the Tarot Reality Show experience. Embodying the Archetypes uses a guided meditation that allows participants to “become” one of the major arcana archetypes. Once the participants have embodied their chosen card, host Jaymi Elford then asks those archetypes questions, and gives them a chance to interact with one another as if they were real persons and not just an image drawn on a card. Part guided meditation and part impromptu acting, this class isn’t for the feint of heart. Are you ready to find out what happens when tarot cards stop being polite and start getting real?