Feng Shui meaning Air and Water, is the art of balancing energy within a structure.   Everything is made of energy and collectively it can affect us physically and subconsciously. Where we live and what we surround ourselves with can have a huge impact in how we feel within a space.

There are many layers to Feng Shui:

  • Clearing out clutter
  • Furniture placement
  • Creating a more natural flow of energy
  • Space clearing
  • Applying flying star calculations and remedies.

Based on Feng Shui Principles there are areas within a structure that correlate with different areas of our life.  For example if the South East area of a home happens to be a neglected there may be issues of prosperity, abundance and wealth.  The Feng Shui Bagua Map includes 9 areas or quadrants that cover the center along with all the directions.  Using exact compass readings and floor plans the Bagua map is placed over a structure.

Classical Feng Shui also known as flying star works with the natural elements of Water, Wood, Fire, Earth and Metal.  By creating an energy blue print of a structure using scientific principles and calculations of time and space the natural elements can be placed in precise areas of a structure to create harmony and balance.

As a Feng Shui Consultant Elizabeth will explore the different aspects of working with energy and together we will find ways that work best to transform your environment.


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Frequently Asked Questions


What is Feng Shui?

Feng Shui is the Art and Science of Balancing the natural elements and energy “Chi” within a space.

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What is Chi?

“Chi” is the energy that encompasses everything.  Using Feng Shui principles we can increase the natural flow of positive Chi within a structure.

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Is Classical Feng Shui Based on a form of Religion?

Feng Shui is not based on Religion but is rather an Art and Science.
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