Feng Shui

Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese practice dating back over 3000 years. It translates to mean wind and water.
Feng Shui

Wind and Water

Feng Shui (pronounced “fung schway”) is an ancient Chinese practice dating back over 3,000 years. It translates to mean wind (feng – pronounced fung) and water (shui – pronounced schway). The wind characterizes invisible energy while the water represents visible energy.

As a philosophy, Feng Shui concerns itself with a balance of energy, Ch’i (pronounced chee). Ch’i is found in all living and inanimate objects. Ch’i is comprised of opposing forces known as Yin and Yang. Yin represents night, dark, hidden, soft, cool and feminine characteristics. Yang represents day, light, evident, hard, hot and masculine characteristics.

In Feng Shui, the Yin and the Yang are in constant interplay. You do not have one without the other. Each balances the characteristics of the other. Representing the Yin and the Yang are the five elements that are the basic building blocks of everything on Earth: fire, earth, metal, water and wood. These elements when present and balanced establish an inviting, comfortable and supportive environment.

Underpinning the philosophy of Feng Shui are three basic tenets:

1. Change is constant; 2. All living matter and inanimate objects are connected; 3. Energy is embodied in everything, living and non-living.

Yin and Yang

The ideal environment is one that balances the tension between Yin and Yang through the complementary use of the five elements. The result is a harmonious space that encompasses the movement of energy, nurturing and supporting the soul. Feng Shui offers a means with which to find balance in one’s environment and daily life that in turn cultivates one’s inner self. Feng Shui is not static, but evolves as you do.

Pricing & Packages

Select the Feng Shui session/package that suits your needs.
Feng Shui Pricing
New Client Feng Shui 90 Minute Consultation
90-Minute Session for New Clients
Feng Shui Pricing
Feng Shui Single Follow-Up Consultation
1-Hour Follow Up Session