Tarot Readings during the COVID-19 crisis

In these unprecedented times, I am still here to do tarot readings for you.

As of 23/03/20 all my tarot readings will be conducted by Phone, FaceTime, Skype, WhatsApp, Google Hangout or Email. I have placed a pause on face to face readings as we head into lockdown.  I have been doing distant readings on a regular basis since 2013 (and face to face full-time since 2003), and they are just as potent as in person. I love connecting with people via the wonders of technology!

I am also opening up my work schedule during these times, so instead of my usual Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday week, you can schedule a reading with me any day of the week, from 11am – 6pm, Sydney time. You can see the various reading lengths and prices here.

I am ready and willing to read for you in these challenging times. I look forward to a future time when it is safe for us to be in each other’s company again.

Best wishes,

Sarah

EDIT: this was originally posted on March 21, 2020, when I was still doing in-person readings while following the guidelines for our personal safety. On March 22, 2020, the NSW Government announced a lockdown on non-essential services over the next 48 hours. After reading that news, I made the decision that that day would be my last day to see people in person until further notice, and all upcoming in-person bookings have now become online readings. I have edited this post to avoid confusion.

Psychic Sarah Online Reading 2020

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One Response to “Tarot Readings during the COVID-19 crisis”
  1. morgantarot says:

    It’s probably for the best x

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