Rhea Wolf is feminist, witch and astrologer whose life purpose is to help people awaken their inherent creativity, activate their authentic selves and deepen their connections to the larger world. Rhea is motivated by a vision of an emerging culture based on respect, beauty, justice and relatedness.

Rhea Wolf has been a workshop facilitator for fifteen years, bringing creative writing, theater arts and The Work that Reconnects to a variety of groups, including at-risk youth and women in prison. After her Saturn Return, she began her journey as a professional astrologer and a mother of two daughters.

Rhea has worked as the Program Coordinator for Write Around Portland and was a performing artist and teacher with Sowelu Ensemble Theater. Rhea has a BFA in Theater Performance from Wichita State University. In addition, she has studied theater and deep ecology at the Naropa Institute, and trained extensively with world-renowned author Joanna Macy. After 4½ years of intensive study, she graduated from Colette Gardiner’s Blue Iris Mystery School in 2009.

Rhea is the author of The Light That Changes: The Moon in Astrology, Stories and Time. Her articles have appeared in The Mountain Astrologer, hipMama, Perspectives, and VoiceCatcher. For the past seven years, she has offered workshops on astrology, spirituality and creativity to groups large and small throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Rhea’s passion for astrology began in childhood when she was given an impromptu tutorial of the zodiac by her hippie teen-aged babysitter. She remembers feeling a sense of wonder and also familiarity. Since then, she’s devoured countless books on astrology and has received training and guidance from astrologers such as Demetra George, Emily Trinkaus and Steven Forrest. Rhea brings her love of the Earth, the spirit of wonder and her desire to deepen relationships to all that she does. She enjoys helping people find ways to claim more beauty and magic in their daily lives.

Rhea is a Leo Sun, Leo Rising, Taurus Moon and North Node in Scorpio. Full chart information is available upon request for students and potential students.