Tero is a health and wellbeing expert, with a lifelong interest in consciousness evolution
Tero started reading the tarot in 1990 at the tender age of 13. Having been born and grown up in Finland, in his early childhood he spent many years living in Iraq, where he was exposed to a global community. This sparked a lifelong interest in other people and cultures. Tero is active in the Tarot community with a portfolio of clients here in the UK and abroad, with a solid reputation among his peers in the field. In addition to readings, Tero also teaches and writes about the tarot, and loves to share his knowledge with others. With a passion for healing, he brings clarity and compassion to even the most challenging situations. Tero’s readings are insightful, focused and clear, holding a space for you to access your deeper wisdom. Tero is one of the readers at Treadwell’s Books in Bloomsbury.
Before fully committing himself to consciousness evolution, Tero used to work as a nurse in neurosurgery intensive care for 11 years. He also holds a degree in nutritional therapy, herbal medicine, and LogoArt, which is a combination of Steinerian art therapy and Viktor Frankl’s psychotherapy. An avid fan of C.G. Jung, Tero has a personal collection of over a 100 books on Jungian Psychology. Tero is also a Reiki healer, and practises mudra yoga in his spare time. Between 2012-2013 he spent nine months in Wudang Mountains, China, focusing on Tai Chi and Qigong. Tero loves to teach both 1:1 and groups, and has been working with clients from all walks of life, including community centres and corporate clients. Tai Chi and Qigong offer wonderful tools for removing stress and increasing vitality, bringing beauty and harmony into your life.
Although quite different at a glance, Tero says Tarot and Tai Chi are not that different, deep down: “Both of these tools allow you to recalibrate yourself into here and now, and become one with your own, true being or essence. This, in turn, will enable you to make better choices about your life and health. Tarot shows you what might need to change and how to best do this; Tai Chi and Qigong give you the tools how to put this into practice.”