This time we’ll be back at the future (minneapolis) and kali (Stillwater) come this fall

Course Description:

Are you someone that has always been intrigued by tarot but has no clue where and how to get started? Tarot newbie that feels you would benefit in a classroom setting where an outline and assignments are laid out for you? Been a bit since you’ve delved in and need a thorough refresher?

In this five part beginner’s series, Nicole Mayefske of Big Mouth Tarot will teach and guide you through all 78 cards of a tarot deck. Students will come together weekly to learn about the basic structure of a deck, the archetypes attributed to the Majors, the just as powerful meanings assigned to the Minors, the sometimes challenging energy of the beloved Court Cards, how to build up one’s intuition so you may read for yourself (and others when the time comes) with more ease and clarity, how to get into the tarot reading groove, and so much more!

Included with the exchange is a printed and bound tarot workbook, weekly tarot homework to do at one’s own pace outside of class, original spreads, a list of helpful resources and references, the ability to email Nicole with any and all questions relating to your tarot journey during the length of the course, as well as in-person support from fellow students.

In terms of what you’ll need for this class: writing tools,  additional paper, and a 78 card tarot deck will do the trick. 

To note, this series isn’t for those that are unwilling to participate in a group setting, are looking for a quick and easy How-To guide to tarot, or wish to obtain certification or the like upon completion. Potential students should also know Nicole throws out the occasional cuss word and is fond of Sex and the City and other pop culture references.

With all of that being said, because this is an investment and there are sadly no refunds, feel free to reach out to nicole@bigmouthtarot.com with any questions or to see if this is a good fit for you at this time.


Class One:

What is Tarot?

Tarot History in Brief

How to Choose a Deck

Creating an Inclusive Practice

Tarot Rituals


Questions to Ask

Backbones of a Deck

Class Two:

Minors Breakdown (suits, elements, numerology)


Class Three:

The Fool’s Journey


Class Four:

Court Cards

Practice Time

Class Five:

Finding a Common Thread/Reading Narrative

Practice Time

What Now?

$225 EXCHANGE. Contact Nicole of Big Mouth Tarot (or use my contact form) at nicole@bigmouthtarot.com to inquire about a scholarship.