Your Reading


All readings are offered on a sliding scale, because I love you. If any cost is a barrier for you, I keep a small number of readings available for barter. Email me if you want to talk more about this! I accept payment in cash or by email money transfer. Gift certificates are available at the same rates. I only do in-person reading, so if you are looking for someone to read for you via skype, I highly recommend Leah! I work most often in Toronto, but also travel! Watch my twitter (@tiny_lantern) for updates on my location.

Little Dip: mini reading: $30-60, 4 cards (30-45 minutes)

Deep Dive: full reading: $75-150, 10+ cards (60-90 minutes)

Sustained Swimfluence: $400-600, 4-10 cards (60 minutes), six times. An hour long reading once a month for six months! Give yourself the gift of ongoing space for reflection and healing.

Events: Want me to read for you and your friends at a birthday party, baby shower, new moon ritual, backyard bbq, fundraiser, or other sort of event? Get in touch and let’s talk about it.



Email me to set up an appointment! Scheduling is very flexible.

Tarot readings also make great gifts for many occasions (birthdays, new year celebrations, solstice, new moon, breakups, etc)!

You can get your cards read monthly, seasonally, annually… or as often as you like.


Mostly I see people for readings in my cozy home office, which is pet-free and low fragrance, located very close to Dufferin subway station in the west end of Toronto. There are 4 steps to get into the apartment, and a flight of a dozen or so up to the office. If these present a barrier for you, I would be happy to come to your home, or meet you at another accessible location.


A tarot reading is a three way collaboration between the cards (they are pretty magical), me (my intuitive sense, my relationship to the cards) and you (your experiences, your questions, your relationship to the cards and the ideas/archetypes they represent). You can tell me nothing, or a little, or a lot about what you have questions about going into a reading, and how you are responding to the cards as we look at them together.

Tarot can be a helpful reflective tool and a way to ask questions that might not come up organically when trying to get perspective on something or decide how to approach a challenge. There are very few shocking revelations in a reading, but there are often moments of recognizing patterns, reflecting on habits, and sometimes, new approaches and alternatives. You can think of a spread of cards as a Greek chorus, a jury, different versions or aspects of you, as people in your life, as ancestors, as archetypes.

A tarot reading can be helpful when you are feeling stuck, or trying to make a decision. It can also be a way to reflect in a bigger picture way, like on significant events like birthdays, new years, anniversaries (of occasions of all sorts), or when in the midst of making big changes in your life (ones you actively choose, and ones that happen to you).

I use the Collective Tarot deck, a lovely deck which revisions many of the tarot archetypes and includes queer bodies, disabled bodies, people of colour, trans and gender non-conforming folks, and more. plus, it’s pretty.

Some people like to take notes during a reading, or take photos of the spread of cards. If you want to, you are welcome to audio record our session so you can listen to it again another time.