Welcome to the Fascinating World of Astrology and Tarot…
Read on to find out more about what you can learn at The Greek Island Summer School, and also at the London Workshops and Seminars.
Greek Island Summer School
The Summer School is based in the village of Nidri, the main resort of the idyllic Ionian island of Lefkada. All courses run for a week and are scheduled throughout May, June and September.
This Greek experience in the land of the gods is a unique opportunity for a study holiday, combining class hours with plenty of free time to relax, explore and socialize.
London Workshops and Seminars
You can also find me in the UK, mostly London, for workshops and seminars that run three or four times a year, usually in the months of April, July, August and October.
Some events are specifically for beginners/refreshers or intermediate, while some are designed to be suitable for mixed levels.
Learning Astrology and Tarot with Joanna Watters
In Greece or in London, my aim is always to teach you as much as I possibly can in the given time. I still remember what it was like to be a student, over 30 years ago, always thirsty for knowledge!
After every course or event you will go away with the information and the “how to” practical skills you need to develop your understanding of symbolism and divination, to continue your studies and hone your craft, for your own needs and interests or for your own practice.
You will also learn about the magical and psychic nature of these ancient skills.
Joanna Watters Astrology Blog – your Guide to the Week Ahead
You can start connecting with astrology straightaway by reading the weekly blog. This comes out every Monday morning and includes lots of specific information for the astrology student but is also written in such a way that anyone can follow it.
Each blog explores the main astrological events – such as New or Full Moons, the aspects being made between the planets, when each planet changes sign or direction – giving you the flavor of the week and the kind of events and experiences we’re all likely to encounter.
You can receive the weekly blog straight to your inbox on Monday mornings – it’s free of charge – just enter your first name, surname and email address when you click on the sign up box, below.
The blog also includes regular announcements and updates on all courses and events, and availability for private readings.