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Alisha Cigalotti is a nurse, a writer, a witch, a teacher, and a tarot reader.  She and her wife live and work on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington state, which is the land of the Coast Salish people.  She is originally from Alabama, and identifies as an ex-patriated, Non-Bitter Southerner.  She is a queer woman, and her pronouns are she/her.

Alisha has been featured on Tarot for The Wild Soul, Rise Up! Good Witch, The Exile Podcast, and was a recurring guest on The Adrenaline

In 2018, Alisha performed in an educational video for healthcare workers on the ways to best care for transgender persons.  This video was created by the Trans Youth Legislative Theater of the Mandala Center for Change in Port Townsend, Wa.

Alisha was the Tarot Reader in Residence at The Numinous, October of 2018.  During the same time, she functioned as a moderator and affiliate for the 2018 Tarot For The Wild Soul course by the esteemed Lindsay Mack

Alisha has a decades-long relationship with the tarot.  In 2017, after completing the inaugural Tarot For The Wild Soul, she launched The Well Tarot as a space to expand her practice into the professional realm. 

Since 2005, Alisha has been a nurse, specializing in Emergency Medicine.  In 2013, she completed the full 40-hour training to become a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner.  She is currently completing her graduate studies to become a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner.

Alisha has studied extensively with Dr. Clarissa Pinkola-Estes, Mestiza-Latina activist, Jungian analyst, post-trauma recovery specialist, and author of the New York Times best-seller, Women Who Run With the Wolves since 2009.  In addition to Lindsay Mack, she counts among her teachers Prana Devi, devotee and both teacher and lifelong student of Kali Natha Yoga, and Beverly Reed Scott.

To inquire about booking Alisha for your podcast or project, or for collaboration/teaching engagements, please click here.

*The use of feminine/masculine in my work is never exclusionary, as within each of us resides qualities of both.  I strive to be ever-sensitive in my language regarding the many beautiful ways that gender identity and sexuality express themselves in our world.  I am always open to gentle feedback, from a place of love, if I fall short of your expectations regarding this matter. Many thanks, Alisha