The North Carolina Astrologer Apprenticeship Program is held in Durham, NC. The last program in this location will be presented in 2019.
The 4-day program is held in a supportive and welcoming atmosphere, where you’ll meet like-minded friends, and find a fertile environment in which to learn this life-changing material.
Attendance at this program counts towards certification through the Steven Forrest School of Evolutionary Astrology.
Steven Forrest’s style of evolutionary astrology centers on a philosophy of freedom and choice. We aim to encourage people to make better, wiser choices rather than attempting to “foresee the future” in some deadening—and often dubious—way. There is less “description” and more “prescription” in his approach than in much of what currently flies under the banner of “astrology.” Steven’s interpretations are psychological in tone, but unfold against the backdrop of the idea of the soul’s evolutionary path. Reincarnation is generally assumed. Technically, Steven’s astrological style is “modern.” He uses the Tropical zodiac, the outer planets, both modern and classical rulerships, and the Placidus house system.
Steven has made his living as an astrologer for several decades. In his Apprenticeship Program (AP), he aims to teach both the specific techniques of interpretation and the style of presentation that have been successful for him. Philosophically, he favors a “big tent” view of astrology, making other astrologers wrong only when they do palpable harm to people. In the AP, the focus is on his specific methodology. People attend because they are drawn to his approach. The aim is not to convert anyone. Steven does not feel that astrology requires a pope. The aim is simply to pass the strategies that have been successful for him on to people who are receptive to them.
New students are welcome, but should be conversant with the astrological basics. We suggest before attending a program that prospective students internalize Steven Forrest’s books, most especially The Inner Sky, The Changing Sky, and Yesterday’s Sky. Come study with us in Steven’s SEAA Program in Durham, North Carolina.
LOCATION: Hilton Garden Inn/University Medical Center, 2102 W. Main Street, Durham
CONTACT: Kathy@ridethebreath.com, 919-475-3848
TUITION $575 (lodging not included)
$100 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your space.
Accommodation and Travel
LODGING: Hilton Garden Inn/University Medical Center, 2102 W. Main Street, Durham, 919-286-0774
The Hilton Garden Inn Durham/University Medical Center is situated on the corner of Main Street and the Ninth Street district near Duke University’s East Campus. The Ninth Street district is home to numerous restaurants, shops and Harris Teeter and Whole Foods grocery stores. Complimentary shuttle service will be provided by the hotel daily, 7am to 10pm, anywhere within a five-mile radius. There is free wireless, ample parking, a small indoor pool and a fitness center.
We have reserved a room block for a special rate of $139.00 for June 19-24, which includes both the night before and the night after the workshop. When you call the hotel, let them know you are with the Steven Forrest Astrology Apprenticeship Program to receive the special rate. The room block code is SFAAP. Or, you can use the link here to reserve your hotel room. The room block is available until May 20, 2019 or until all rooms are reserved, whichever comes first.
DIRECTIONS: Directions to the hotel can be found at Hilton Garden Inn Durham /University Medical Center
AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION: The nearest airport is Raleigh-Durham International (RDU). Shuttles and taxis are available at the airport. Taxis serving the Marriot include RDU Taxi and ABC Cab Company plus others. Uber is also active in the Durham area with a designated Uber stand right at the airport.
LOCAL TRANSPORTATION: The Hilton Garden Inn is conveniently located within walking distance of many restaurants, shops, and music venues. The hotel’s free shuttle will also transport you to and from any location within a 5-mile radius!
DINING: In addition to the hotel restaurant in the Hilton, a variety of dining options lie on Ninth Street within a short walk of the hotel or in the Brightleaf Shopping District and Downtown Durham which involves a longer walk or short drive. Top recommendations from locals include: Local 22, Happy and Hale, Juju, Blue Corn Café, Elmo’s Diner, Blu, Vin Rouge, Madhatter Café, Watt’s Grocery, Piedmont, Geer Street Garden, Motorco, Café Luna, Mateo, Pizzeria Toro, Toast, Viceroy, M Sushi, Dashi, Rue Cler, Bull City Burger and Brewery, Dos Perros, and Beyu Café.
THINGS TO DO NEARBY: Need a break from all things astrological? Check out these local attractions.
Duke Gardens – beautiful gardens for walks, naps, meditation, and photography
21c Museum Hotel – contemporary art museum, boutique hotel, and fine dining
Tobacco Historic District – dining, life-size chess, outdoor lawn concert every Friday night
Durham Bulls – one of the best minor-league ballparks in the country
Brightleaf Square – shopping, dining
AP PROGRAM CONTACT: email@example.com 919-475-3848
New students are welcome, but should be conversant with the astrological basics (planets, signs and houses). We suggest before attending a program that prospective students internalize Steven Forrest’s books, most especially The Inner Sky, The Changing Sky, and Yesterday’s Sky. Come study with us in Steven’s SEAA Program in Durham, North Carolina.
A $100 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your space, payable with check or cc. Price includes:four days with Steven Forrest, four light breakfasts, three lunches, beverages, and a Saturday evening reception and meal hosted by Kathy Hallen and Fran Slavich. In addition, participants receive an MP3 audio recording of the entire 4-day workshop.
REGISTER: Payment can be made by check or PayPal. To register, contact Kathy Hallen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-475-3848.
CONTACT: Kathy Hallen: email@example.com, 919-475-3848