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We receive many enquiries from world class astrologers, speakers and teachers wishing to lead workshops for the "Heaven and Earth" programme.

Over time, our vision for the workshops has taken us in a very particular direction, so we have, out of necessity, evolved into an invitation only enterprise.

This does not preclude us acknowledging all the highly talented and brilliant people who show such positive interest in this venture, and although it is not possible to accommodate any outside applications to speak or teach, we are nonetheless sincerely honoured that you would want to work with us, and greatly appreciate your vote of confidence and support.

Thank You

Past, Present, and Future Workshop Instructors and Speakers
(See Workshops page for scheduled workshops)

Internationally acclaimed astrologer Lynn Bell is American by birth, but lives in Paris, France, where she runs a busy private practice. An astrologer for over 25 years, she is a much sought after consultant, teacher, author and speaker. She has been one of the hand-picked faculty members of Liz Greene's school," The Centre for Psychological Astrology" in London, since 1995.
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Bernadette Brady M.A. is a professional consulting and teaching astrologer, native to Australia, now living in Bristol, England. She holds a masters degree in Culture, Astronomy and Astrology from Bath Spa University, UK. In September, 2006 she was honoured by the Astrological Association of Great Britain by being awarded the prestigious Charles Harvey Award for "exceptional service to astrology". In May 2008, Bernadette was further honoured and acknowledged by her peers through receiving The Marion D. March Regulus Award for Theory and Understanding... Read more




Nick Campion's primary interest is the way in which human beings align themselves with the cosmos. He became interested in the stars as a child, and his concern with religion took him to a fascination with their perceived meanings. While an undergraduate at Cambridge in 1973 he read that astrology had been part of the medieval university curriculum. When he asked his tutors about this, he was told it was irrelevant. So Nick set out to understand what exactly it was that medieval astrologers were teaching. He became fascinated by the question of what astrology is and what astrologers do, philosophically, sociologically, spiritually and politically. Read more...



Caroline W. Casey is the creator/host/Weaver of Context for "The Visionary Activist Show," airing live since 1996 on the Pacifica Radio Network, pod-cast and on the web. Using the language of astrology (as the meta frame story) to wed spirit mojo with inventive solutions to the myriad irreverent crises we have imposed on the rest of creation, Caroline has weekly guests (sometimes planets) who have a necessary contribution to a more reverently ingenious world. Read more....




Brian Clark is one of the most highly respected and influential astrologers in Australia today, and is sought out as a lecturer and teacher for all major astrological conferences world-wide. He is the co-founder of the Chiron Centre, now located at Well Being at the Convent, a wing of the Abbotsford Convent in Melbourne, Australia, dedicated to complementary healing therapies. As a consulting astrologer and educator for most of his adult life, Brian recognises the continuous thread of healing through his work, recognising astrology as a significant healing tool. Hence in 1989 the Chiron Centre was founded to embrace astrology as a healing modality. Read more....




Frank Clifford lives in England and has been profiled in The Guardian, The Daily Mirror, The Daily Express, Good Health and numerous regional newspapers. His media work has ranged from the sublime to the ridiculous – from being interviewed for documentaries about the BBC comedy Little Britain and Danny Boyle’s feature film Sunshine, guesting on Radio 4’s The Inconstant Moon with Jeanette Winterson, and working with the Oxford University Press and Universal Studios… to being asked by The Sun to locate a then-missing Saddam Hussein! Read more...




Kim Farley took up astrology in 1989 after a chance encounter with Sue Tompkins and went on to gain her Diploma from the Faculty of Astrological Studies in 1995. Having cut her teeth as a tutor for London Adult Education Classes, she remains passionately committed to introducing the subject to beginners. Read more...



Darby Costello studied psychology, philosophy and theology in America in the mid 1960s, and during the late 60's began to study astrology in Boston, first with Frances Sakoian and Louis Acker and then with Isabel Hickey. She then went to South Africa where she worked in a small museum dedicated to educating people to the richness of the indiginous cultures. For seven years she lived and worked with sangomas, the shamans and healers of southern Africa. Building her own astrological practice while immersed in this work opened up conversations with the sangomas that would have been otherwise inconceivable. Read more...




Cat Cox first studied astrology with Sue Tompkins in the astrologically dynamic culture of early 1980s London. She has now been working as a professional astrologer for over 15 years. On becoming a Faculty Diploma holder in the mid-1990s she set up her professional practice and began teaching and running courses and groups. She currently practices in London working with a wonderfully diverse range of clients and the multiplicity of issues they bring. Read more..




Dr. Benjamin Dykes is a leading translator, teacher, and practitioner in traditional astrology. He earned his PhD in Philosophy from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he taught undergraduate courses in ancient philosophy and ethics, focusing on the ethics and worldview of Aristotle and the Stoics. He has taught philosophy in both Illinois and at Mankato State University. He earned his medieval astrology qualification (DMA) from Robert Zoller, and has a strong background in the Western mystery tradition of Qabalism and ceremonial magic (primarily in the Golden Dawn).




Jean Fogelberg is a photographer, artist, and caregiver advocate. She has shown in galleries in New Mexico, California, New York, Arizona, Texas, Nevada, Oregon, and Tennessee. Her work can be found in private collections from California to Indonesia. She has been a keynote speaker and honorary chair for the American Cancer Society and she founded a website for caregivers called Don't Lose Heart - Caregivers Caring For Caregivers. Her photographs have appeared in magazines, books, and CD's. Read more....



Steven Forrest is the author of several astrological bestsellers and a mystery novel. His work has been translated into a dozen languages. He travels widely to speak and teach his brand of choice-centered “evolutionary” astrology—an astrology which integrates free will, grounded humanistic psychology and ancient metaphysics. He maintains an active astrological apprenticeship program in California and a busy private practice in his home in North Carolina. He is Chair of the Kepler College Advisory Counsel and a member of the ISAR Ethics Committee. Read more...




Demetra George, M.A. Classics, received the 2002 Marion D. March Regulus Award for Theory and Understanding. She began her studies in astrology in 1971, and specialized in archetypal mythology for the first twenty-five years of her practice. In her pioneering classic, Asteroid Goddesses (1986, revised edition 2003), she explored the mythology, psychology, and astrology of the re-emerging feminine through the entrance of four goddess-named asteroids into the astrological pantheon.Read more..



Liz Greene is one of the foremost psychological astrologers in the world. She holds a doctorate in psychology and a second doctorate in history, and is a qualified Jungian analyst. She also holds a diploma in counselling from the Centre for Transpersonal Psychology in London and the diploma from the Faculty of Astrological Studies, of which she is a lifetime Patron. Read more...




Robert Hand began his work in astrology at the age of 17. Rob learned the basics of casting charts for these applications from his father, Wilfred Hand, who successfully applied the astrological techniques of his day to forecasting the stock market. Rob is an honor graduate from Brandeis University, with honors in history, and went on for graduate work in the History of Science at Princeton. Rob began an astrology practice in 1972 and as success came, he began traveling world wide as a full time professional astrologer. Read more...





UK astrologer Deborah Houlding has been instrumental in bringing traditional astrological techniques back to the forefront of modern day practice. She was the award-winning editor of the much respected Traditional Astrologer Magazine, founded in 1993 when she also established Ascella Publications to specialize in producing rare and out-of-print traditional astrological texts. Read more...



Jeff Jawer was well known in the astrological community as an innovative and dynamic teacher, writer and counselor. It was a great loss to the astrological community, as well as for his myriad friends and loving family, when we lost Jeff from this plane in 2015. He was the CEO and co-founder of StarIQ.com. Jeff held a B.A. in "The History and Science of Astrology" from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and lectures at astrology conferences throughout the world. His scores of articles have appeared in astrology journals in Canada, France, Germany, England, Switzerland, Holland, Spain, Finland and the U.S., among others. Read more...



Rick Levine is an active voice in the astrology community whose special gift is to bridge the gap between astrology and spirituality, science and religion and the head and the heart. His interest in professionalism has put him at the forefront of the astrology community. In 1982, he founded The Center for Astrological Research and Education in Minneapolis, MN. Rick was a Founding Trustee of the Kepler College for Astrological Arts and Sciences, a 4-year institution in Seattle that is state licensed to issues degrees in Astrological Studies.Read more...



Michael Lutin has a thriving private practice in astrology and counseling. His background includes, amongst myriad things; a Phi Beta Kappa at Trinity; special studies in French language at Harvard and he began a PhD program at Yale. He is the Ambassador to Earth and a Certified Member of the National Council for Geocosmic Research, New York Chapter, a member San Diego Astrology Society, ISAR, and AFAN and of the International Society for Communicative Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. He is known worldwide as the astrology columnist for Vanity Fair as well as Vogue Germany, Japan and Korea. Read more....



Tad Mann was born in New York in 1943, and received an architecture degree from Cornell University in 1966. In the 1960s he worked for influential architects in New York City and Rome, Italy, and he won a Progressive Architecture Magazine Design Award Citation in 1970. He has written or co-written twenty books (translated into twenty languages) on astrology, tarot, sacred architecture, sacred gardens, ecological design, sacred sexuality, calendar systems, psychology, healing, prophecy and reincarnation. He lived in England for 19 years and Denmark for eight years, and now lives in Hudson, NY. Read more....



Melanie Reinhart was born in Zimbabwe, whose night skies inspired her vocation of astrology at an early age, in 1959. She holds a B.A. Degree in English, Music and Drama, (University of Cape Town, South Africa), and has been a professional astrologer since 1975. She is a prize-winning Diploma-holder of the Faculty of Astrological Studies (FAS), and has taught for some of the world's leading astrology schools in the UK and abroad,
including the FAS, the Centre for Psychological Astrology, the London School of Astrology, and Astro*Synthesis (Melbourne, Australia). Read more...



Juliet Sharman-Burke was born in Nairobi, Kenya and believes that her early years in that beautiful land, full of myth and beauty and the spectacular night sky, shaped her love of stories and the stars. Her works include: The Complete Book of Tarot, The New Complete Book of Tarot, and The Mythic Tarot (The Mythic Tarot went on to become an international best seller), The Mythic Tarot Workbook, Stories from the Stars, Understanding Tarot and Mastering Tarot, and The Mythic Journey, The Beginner’s Guide to Tarot, and The Sharman-Caselli deck. Alongside Juliet’s therapy practise, teaching, writing and organising the Centre for Psychology, she teaches in America, Norway, Slovenia and Holland and gives talks at conferences in the UK. Read more....



Richard Tarnas is a cultural historian, author, and professor of philosophy and depth psychology. He has taught graduate courses and seminars in archetypal astrology to hundreds of students at accredited graduate schools in the United States for the past twelve years. From 1980 to 1990, he wrote The Passion of the Western Mind, a narrative history of the Western world view from the ancient Greek to the postmodern which became a best seller as well as required reading in many university courses. Read more...




Carole Taylor
has been a professional astrologer for 15 years. A Cambridge University graduate and prize-winning Diploma holder of the Faculty of Astrological Studies (studying alongside Heaven & Earth’s Evelyn Roberts), she has held posts as administrator of the Faculty’s programme of classes and seminars in London and as organiser and course convenor for its prestigious annual Oxford Summer School.




Patricia L. Walsh is an Evolutionary Astrologer certified by Jeffrey Wolf Green (author of Pluto: The Evolutionary Journey of the Soul) in his school of Evolutionary Astrology. She is the author of 'Understanding Karmic Complexes : Evolutionary Astrology and Regression Therapy'. Read more...


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Evelyn Roberts, D.F.Astrol.S.