My name is Sarah, and my pronouns are she/her/hers. I've been serving clients, helping them to better understand themselves and the world around them using astrology, tarot, and coaching for the past three years. I am so grateful to live in my truth and be in a place where I can use my skills to benefit others. I've spent my adult life devoted to healing arts, raising children, serving on boards, championing causes, and holding space and people through grief, growth, and transition.
I wear many hats; healer, poet, listener, community organizer, activist, abolitionist, astrology chart reader, tarot interpreter, empowered dreamer, invisible fabric seamstress, natural coach, and quirky cheerleader, to name a few. I show up in this world skilled at deep listening and armed with curiosity.
Life hasn't always been easy for me. Between rising above childhood trauma, overcoming addiction, living with disability, and learning self-love while existing in a world that hasn't invited me to take up space, I have learned a lot and have as much wisdom to share. Self-acceptance and actuation are incredibly challenging. Yet, I believe they are integral to living the life we desire. We can overcome anything with community, self-understanding, accountability, and a commitment to healing.
I don't believe our crossing paths is a coincidence. I look forward to connecting with you and going on the journey the stars have in store for us.
The ancestor of what we now know to be tarot cards was born in Europe in the late fourteenth century. By the eighteenth century, the cards had developed symbolic meaning and were used for divination (the art of seeing the unknown through supernatural means). Practitioners use tarot cards to gain insight into the past, present, or future.
I use different tarot spreads (intentional layout of the cards) and decks depending on the nature and length of the inquiry.
Since the beginning of time, people have contemplated the sky for answers to the unknown—the oldest known Mesopotamian birth charts date to 410 BCE. Since then, humankind has used natal charts to map the planets in the sky at the time of birth. Natal charts illuminate what moves below the surface of who we are, help us strategize, and remind us that we were born for the challenges we face. Predictive charts use the information from our natal charts to navigate the future.