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Publisher's Summary

In this special double-disc workshop, experienced tarot teacher and author Suzanne Corbie presents an introductory guide to learning tarot in which beginners are encouraged to work with their own intuition and feelings. Presented in her fun and easygoing style, with music by Kevin Kendle and Llewellyn, Suzanne covers both the Major and Minor Arcana tarot cards. It is an easy-to-understandand no-nonsense guide that enables you to quickly learn how to work with taro tcards and give readings for yourself and others. Suzanne has read and studied the tarot for over 30 years and has taught it for the last seven. She regularly teaches classes and workshops in tarot all over the United Kingdom.
©2013 Suzanne Corbie (P)2013 Blackstone Audio
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By Shannon c lanfear on 07-30-17

need to have a deck of tarot card maybe tarot pic.

need a Deck of Tarot cards to follow along illustration would be awesome guide aswell!

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By Jacob on 08-02-16

Interesting and entertaining. Well done

Would you consider the audio edition of Tarot Workshop to be better than the print version?

I have no idea!

What did you like best about this story?

The way to look at the cards in a different way. Not the old standard approach, more personal and likeable .

Which character – as performed by Suzanne Corbie – was your favorite?

herself.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Happy days with the Tarot!

Any additional comments?

Like her voice and music. No hype!

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