Nikki is a highly regarded tarot card reader, energy worker and intuitive. She is clairvoyant, clairaudient and often sees spirits. Working as a professional in the community since 2009, she has gained quite a following. Nikki is currently located in Phoenix, Arizona. However she considers San Diego & the San Francisco Bay Area, her second homes. She travels there several times a year to connect with her clients. For everyone Nikki cannot get to in person, she easily connects over the phone to get her clients the information they need.
A student of Spirituality & Metaphysics since 2003, Nikki started reading for family and friends around 2006. Her readings were so on point and popular that it eventually turned into a permanent occupation.
Schedule a Reading
Type of Session & Price
- 30 Minute Session – $60.00
- 45 Minute Session – $75.00
- 60 Minutes Session – $90.00
- Group Sessions/Parties/Events – please call for a free quote
The fee for all readings must be paid in full before booking an appointment time.
Once you have booked a session, please email me with days and time frames that work best for you as well as your contact information. Do not forget to include the time zone you will be calling from! I will schedule your appointment based on your preferences and my availability. Please note that same day appointments are not usually available. However I will do my best to get you in as quickly as I can.
How do readings work?
The tarot is comprised of 78 cards which are read right side up as well as reversed. They signify people, places, events & emotions. Through the cards you can tap into a persons energy to get a story or an impression of what is going on in their life. It is these impressions that can:
- Help confirm you are on the right track
- Assist you in selecting the best path when faced with several choices.
- Give you some insight into what is going on with and around others in your life
The best part about everything is that we as human beings have free will. So if you come across something in a reading that you don’t like, remember that you have the option to change it based on the decisions that you make. Sometimes it is difficult to alter your path, but not impossible. We are all responsible for the choices we make. And those can change a reading at any time.
What kinds of questions do people ask in a reading?
Most people ask about the following categories: love, health, money, business & relationships
If you want a tarot card reading, but don’t know where to start, I always suggest a basic energy check. This way the most pressing or important items come up for you to direct your attention to. And you can always ask additional questions from here if you like. It’s a great starting point. If you have too many questions, and a limited amount of time for the reading, this spread usually tells you exactly what you need to know.
How did you get started/learn how to do all this?
Unfortunately, there are tarot card readers out there who are not that great. I went to see one and had a terribly upsetting reading. Afterwards I was standing outside the shop in tears when a man came over to ask if I was alright. I told him I had just gotten a reading and it didn’t go very well. After asking a few questions about my experience, he told me that he was a tarot reader as well. And that he would be happy to give me a reading just down the street at a local coffee shop. I agreed, and finally got the reading I needed that day.
We talked for a bit afterwards and I expressed an interest in the cards. I had a set I purchased in college but had not been able to work with them on my own. He agreed to take me on as a student, and we met every week at that coffee shop for hours. As we met, we got to know each other and became friends. Then we became best friends. And every year on November 6th we celebrate our friendship anniversary. I’m always thankful for that terrible reading. Not only did I get mentor, and a wonderful friend out of it, but I’m able to work with the cards on my own now. And it allows me to help others in a positive way, which is what a good reading should be like.