Ronda Snow writes books, reads Tarot cards and makes stuff.
She began reading Tarot and oracle cards in 1993 after a decade of general spiritual growth and exploration. “Of all the things I’d discovered, Tarot just fit and felt right. I had a knack for it, plus I was just too darn cheap to pay phone psychics when I could do readings for myself.” As she transitioned out of mainstream medicine and into holistic health, she discovered Tarot readings were not only far more popular, they are often just as effective at reducing stress as other holistic techniques. Originally working under the Internet handle “Baihu,” Ronda has provided professional Tarot readings both online and in Pittsburgh, PA, USA (South Hills) since 2003.
In the world beyond Tarot, Ronda holds Bachelor of Science in Medical Science and worked as a nationally certified physician assistant in psychiatry and cardiac cath lab before leaving mainstream medicine to pursue a career in Natural Health. She is a Reiki Master-practitioner, retired Tai Chi instructor, and U.L.C. preceptor.
Ronda holds a Ph.D in Natural Health from CCNH for her dissertation study “Reiki and Relaxation: A Practical Look at Reiki and Stress Reduction in a Non-Medical Setting.” Her specialty is “energy” wellness (Reiki, Meditation) with a focus on aromatherapy as well.
She offers Meditation lessons & Reiki sessions on www.RondaSnow.com. Her writing and book updates are there too.
www.QuirkAndFlotsam.com is Ronda’s newest venture, an Etsy shop where you can order her e-mail tarot readings, handwritten & illustrated “InkMagic” tarot readings and all the stuff she likes to make including meditation mala beads, bracelets, necklaces, and other quirky random spiritual odds and ends.
Her e-books “#PeaceTarot” and “Triquetra: The Dance of Worlds” are available on amazon.com for Kindle, and coming to other formats soon. Her bead meditation guide “Bead Mindful, Begin Meditating” is available through Quirk & Flotsam. Ronda has contributed writing to Point of Light Magazine, Kindred Magazine and FYP e-zine. Her poems have appeared in multiple anthologies, and she was voted “Poet of the Year” 2004 by Writer’s Castle.
Ronda lives in Pittsburgh with her talented artistic family, yarn stash, bead collection and more recipes than she really needs. Her husband, the REAL Jon Snow is a musician and concert photographer