I teach both western and Vedic Astrology. In either course you study two charts in depth: yours and mine. The course can be as brief or as vast as you wish and you are given unlimited support to develop your insights and progress your spiritual path.
You would need to decide whether you wanted to explore the western or the Vedic perspective in any given course. Here is a very brief note as to the essential difference in orientation between the two:
Modern western psychodynamic astrology, when expertly interpreted, accurately depicts our psychological make-up, the sub-personalities within us and issues of individuation and wholeness.
Vedic astrology which is far more ancient powerful and accurately identifies the journey of the soul. It identifies the journey we were born to undertake. It describes the physical and psycho-mental circumstances we will attract into our lives as fates for us to work with. Vedic astrology asserts that these fates are chosen with reference to past karmas that have accrued in previous lives. Some of these karmas are fixed (drida): there is little we can do about them: we need to experience them =for a life-time in order to make the growth we need to undertake; other of our karmas are not fixed (adrida) – these we can learn to modify or eliminate or ‘burn’.
Zodiacs: Western astrology uses the tropical zodiac (start point 0 deg tropical Aries: where the Sun is on the first day of Spring); Vedic Astrology uses the sidereal zodiac (start point 0 deg sidereal Aries which is anchored to a fixed star). As the western tropical zodiac moves a degree every 72 years against the backdrop of the stars, the two zodiacs are currently 24 degrees apart).
See: http://www.starwheelastrology.com/astrology-courses.html and http://www.starwheelastrology.com/course-content.html
I am glad to answer any questions.
All Blessings to you, Michael