Lecture and Workshop Event

Rick Levine

March 26, 2017

Lecture (Part 1): 10 a.m – 12 noon
Workshop (Part 2): 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

12 Practical Steps to Better Chart Readings

Whether you’re doing readings for fun or money, whether you’re doing 15-minute or 90-minute sessions, the approach is the same. Einstein wrote, “99% of genius is knowing what’s important.” You have plenty of techniques in your toolbox yet seek something more in your client work. This practical hands-on workshop will improve your chart consultation skills by presenting useful concepts designed to alter your approach and enable you to more profoundly touch your clients. But concepts only go so far. This workshop will focus on where the rubber meets the road. We will gather birth data for random participants and these charts of attendees will be analyzed in real time by Rick to demonstrate natal delineation and transit interpretation techniques. Participant’s charts will be projected real time for all attendees to learn from each other’s charts. Emphasis will be on getting to what’s most important quickly, enabling attendees to speed-read a natal chart along with outer planet transits


Rick Levine is a renowned astrologer whose daily forecasts appear on Tarot.com, Huffington Post, Yahoo and other leading web sites. He co-authored (with Jeff Jawer) eight years of Your Astrology Guide. Rick is a frequent lecturer at astrology conferences around the world, and has an active astrology counseling practice out of Redmond, WA. Rick was a Founding Trustee of Kepler College. He is a computer wizard, a net-junkie, and is rumored to be neurologically enhanced with an advanced Intel quad core microprocessor embedded in his brain. Contact Rick at [email protected], 425.558.9551, www.stariq.com


Lunch Options

Between the lecture and workshop, we’ll provide a light, catered lunch available at a modest contribution of $10. Lunch will be light as many of you will want to join us to take Rick out for dinner at a local restaurant after the workshop. You are also welcome to bring your own lunch, if you prefer. Sign up for lunch and or make your reservation for dinner below.


Lecture ONLY

Pre-registration price: $15 NCGR members, $25 non-members (available through March 22, 2017)
Price at the door: $20 NCGR members, $30 non-members

Workshop ONLY

Pre-registration price: $50 NCGR members, $60 non-members (available through March 22, 2017)
Price at the door: $55 NCGR members, $65 non-members


Pre-registration price: $60 NCGR members, $70 non-members (available through March 22, 2017)
Price at the door: $70 NCGR members, $80 non-members


Advanced registration is closed for this event but seats are available at the door. We hope to see you there!


Preregistration is important for this event, as space is limited.

  • Preregistration with prepayment must be received one week prior to the event. After that, only the pay at the door price is available, space permitting. Contact us at [email protected] for updates on seats available. You may also pay by check made out to NCGR-Sacramento Area. Mail to 2351 Sunset Blvd., Suite 170-404, Rocklin, CA 95765. Your check must be received no later than Saturday, one week before the event.

Refund Policy for Lectures/Workshops

  • There will be NO CASH REFUNDS offered for workshop or lecture preregistrations
  • If the leadership team is advised at least 24 hours prior to the event that a registrant will not be able to attend the event, the registrant will be offered the choice of transferring the payment to one of these options: (a) a future NCGR Sacramento Area event; OR, (b) membership in NCGR Sacramento Area
  • Please notify us at [email protected] if you will be unable to attend. The email stamp will be used to determine the time of notification. If you are unable to notify us by email, please call (916)276-1858.



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