Hand Reading Sessions
Choose below the type of hand reading session you want, and contact me.
1. In-Person Hand Reading - If you live in the Toronto/Oakville/Hamilton area, in Ontario, Canada, and you want to come for a session, click here.
2. Skype Hand Reading - If you live far away from Oakville, you may consider a reading by Skype (available worldwide). Click here.
3. Events and Parties - If you are organizing an event and want to hire a palm reader, click here.
Fee for In-Person Hand Reading: $100 (This fee will increase to $120 on August 1st, 2019)
Contact me to request an In-Person Reading.
This one-hour session is done by Skype and can be based either:
- on photos (check Digital Photo Requirements by scrolling down) or
- on handprints (click here to order a print-taking kit)
If you have the patience to order a print-taking kit and to send your prints for analysis, you can have your Skype session done based on handprints. The handprint analysis will be a lot more accurate than a photo analysis. It will also offer an opportunity to see changes if you decide to have your prints taken again later on. (Changes are a lot more difficult to see on photos.) Be aware that the print-taking kit represents an extra cost. Click here to order your print-taking kit.
Fee for a Skype Hand Reading: $100 to be paid online by credit card or Paypal (This fee will increase to $120 on August 1st, 2019)
Make your purchase only AFTER you have contacted me and have emailed your photos (or ordered your print-taking kit).
- Put your hand flat on a surface in a position that is natural for you (i.e. the fingers can be separated or held together depending on what feels right for you.) Take a photo of the back of your hand (preferably without nail polish or fake nails).
- Hold your hand up, with your fingers straight, so that the photo shows the inside of your palms and your fingers.
- Take a close-up picture of your palm. Make sure it shows all details (including skin ridges and small lines). Don't send any blurry pictures.
Important Tips for Photos
- Both hands can be on the same photo, or you can take a photo of each hand separately.
- The hands need to be well lighted, but not too brightly, otherwise the lines will be washed out. Soft side lighting usually shows the most details. Click here for a sample of the level of detail required.
- Make sure the camera is perpendicular to the hand, so that the length of the fingers is not distorted.
- Do not get the camera too close to the hand, which may make the picture fuzzy or distorted. Instead, use the zoom.
- Your photos should be large enough to show details (minimum width of 1000 pixels), but make sure that your whole email is no more than 10 megs.
- When sending your photos, indicate whether you are right- or left-handed, i.e. the hand you use to sign documents.
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