Conscious Design Institute

We are excited to present this feature from Conscious Design Institute founder, long time Feng Shui professional, real estate educator and more, Renae Jenson.  Renae is also a long time member of the International Feng Shui Guild and we are delighted to hear more about the recent changes and additions to her long time program.

Q: Please describe your very first coming into awareness about Feng Shui.
A: It was in the 1990’s that I opened probably the only book on Feng Shui on the market.  It hit a chord in me, and I never looked back. I went to the beginning Feng Shui conferences hosted by James Moser, and the story keeps unfolding.

Q: What is your branch of Feng Shui? How have you made it your own?
A: I am certified in Pyramid Feng Shui and in Interior Alignment. I have also trained in Black Hat, and some Compass. I would say my heart always returns to form.

Q: How has Feng Shui changed your life?
A: I have consulted on hundreds of homes and businesses. I have witnessed miracles beyond belief. I believe in the value of this art/science with all my heart. I apply it in my life and I “think” and talk feng shui.

Q: Describe your school’s approach to teaching Feng Shui.
A: My school, Conscious Design Institute, bases its teachings in form – we build a foundation first. The “Conscious Design Format” incorporates an open universal format in understanding all techniques.

Q: What is the newest addition to your curriculum?
A: We have incorporated Feng Shui Interior Design – Energy Management / Understanding the matrix of Chi and intensified the invisible Feng Shui of Space Clearing

Q: What is the latest area of expansion for your school?
A: Our latest expansion is the opening of the Conscious Design Institute – Student Portal. It is free to join and gives a free 4 part powerpoint of Conscious Design Strategies – Feng Shui being one of the keys.

Q: Besides yourself, what does your school offer that is unique to Feng Shui training opportunities?
A: We offer internationally renowned teachers offering their wisdom. We offer a magazine that keeps us connected. We offer a resource library that will offer to students all the information from past conferences, including James Moser’s and my own International Conferences from 2004 and 2007.

Q: What is your guiding philosophy about teaching Feng Shui?
A: Feng Shui is not a noun. Feng Shui is verb. The goal of Feng Shui is bring heaven on earth to man.  In other words, Feng Shui reconnects us to the earth, respect for the deep wisdom offered in nature, allows us to reset our homes and lives according to the ancient principles with the outcome of harmony and balance.

Q: What is your favorite nugget of wisdom about using Feng Shui yourself?
A: In my own home, my husband’s business would not attract stable helpers. They were transient, difficult. I realized that in our career area, entry we had placed a piece of art that Chris had bought at a dinner. It was a bear and hawk battling over a deer. Natural and violent and conflict ! I switched it out for a beautiful river image of the Delaware river at sunrise and we attracted our best employee Dan, who was my husband’s best helper for over 12 years.

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More about Renae
Renae Jensen has dedicated her life to promoting healthy space through the wisdom of Feng Shui and Conscious Design. For over twenty years, she has lectured and consulted for a wide spectrum of clients and students. She has brought Feng Shui and Conscious Design to hundreds of clients for commercial buildings, schools, offices, and personal homes.

Renae has hosted several international conferences bringing Feng Shui to the public. Renae is a certified Feng Shui professional and teacher with experience in Feng Shui consulting in commercial and private properties, community development planning, and business consulting. She is a NJ Certified Real Estate instructor, founder of a Real Estate certified school, and offers CEU programs for Realtors. Her training in Reiki, Space Clearing, Rose Alchemy Therapy and Japanese martial arts bring a deep understanding of the flow of chi – life force.

Intrinsic School of Feng Shui

Intrinsic School of Feng ShuiWe are delighted to welcome Intrinsic School of Feng Shui to our membership.  This is a new school started by long time professionals Steve Kodad, also a real estate expert, and Lisa Alban.  Read more about their exciting upcoming programs and courses and how they plan to approach this new journey.  (Hint…with a ton of passion!)

Q: Please describe your very first coming into awareness about Feng Shui.

Steve: I had been a Realtor for over 10 years, and received an email about how Feng Shui could help me with my business. I decided to look into it, and started reading heavily.

Lisa: My earliest awareness of Feng Shui was when I was in middle school. I grew up in the northeast, US, and during our long winters I spent much of my time reading, writing, drawing, and changing around the décor in my bedroom. I had a fascination with energy; particularly light reflection/ refraction, aura reading, and dowsing. Raised with awareness that my grandmother and mother were intuitives; my family encouraged my extracurricular studies and cultivating my own sense of intuition. I can’t remember which Feng Shui books I picked out form the library, but they really resonated with the wonderful experiences I had with space clearings and blessings.

Q: What is your branch of Feng Shui? How have you made it your own?
Steve: I first became certified with Helen and James Jay, and have always followed, primarily, Form and BTB. The changes that have evolved in my training are incorporating Green building techniques and human psychology. How Feng Shui interacts with a person’s subconscious is something I stress.

Lisa: I was also trained by James and Helen Jay and proud to receive Certification through their school, Feng Shui Designs. Form School and BTB Feng Shui are my main schools that I follow. I also received Feng Shui Staging for Home Sales Certification through Steve’s course, and have take it twice in the course of our friendship. I have been receiving additional training in Shamanism, meditation, and crystal studies. I would say integrating these backgrounds has enhanced my capabilities in my approaches. Having a 20-year background in live television, retail and corporate marketing; I had the opportunity to apply Feng Shui in my professional career as well. This has given me an applied focus on the effects of our environment in business relations, project success, communications, and the workplace itself.

Q: How has Feng Shui changed your life?
Steve: It was instrumental in a huge career change. I decided to sell my half of a mid-size real estate company to pursue Feng Shui for training and for aiding and evaluating environments. I was years ago a public school math teacher, and then spent 20 years as a Realtor. Feng Shui allowed me to “wed” teaching and real estate, two things I love.

Lisa: Feng Shui confirmed many things in life for me that I believed to be true: our environments are a reflection of our inner-selves and vice-versa; nature communicates opportunities and affirms success for us in signs and synchronicities, light, and wildlife abundance.

Q: Describe your school’s approach to teaching Feng Shui.
Steve: our school has a strong dedication to our students in making them successful as a consultant. So we focus a lot on who needs their help, and how to find them. We stress using your mind strongly in rein-forcing their interactions, their cures, and improving their own lives.

Lisa: Steve and are proud “helpers” in this life. We find joy in the success others’ experiences, and both of us recognized a real need in this world for more Feng Shui enthusiasts and professionals. Our teachers trained us to educate our clients to the extent that they could effectively perform our recommended Feng Shui cures themselves, and our clients were hungry for more training! We are both proud Feng Shui Professional Consultants as our main career and wanted to help others achieve the same goal. It doesn’t have to be a “side-gig” or secret study; however, Feng Shui is a complimentary profession to so many. Our course alleviates the guesswork in establishing a business, and we vow to be lifelong mentors to each student; here, whenever they need us.

Q: What is the newest addition to your curriculum?
Steve: Universal Design is a topic that has become important for many people when moving or staying where they are. One of our modules goes into how to use Feng Shui in a way to help disabled and senior citizens.

Lisa: We have extensive information to offer our students in terms of successful business practices and use of various electronic platforms to make their lives easier. Work-life balance is important to us. We also keep our ear to the street in terms of new software and apps that we can use for a Feng Shui consultant business.

Q: What is the latest area of expansion for your school?
Steve: We are offering our training in several ways. We start off a new class with what we call a “Kick-Off”. The Kick Off is a full day of live training on site which creates a real spring board for the 13 live, interactive webinars that follow. Our webinars are also recorded, but the best part is we can see each other and hear each other clearly.

Lisa: I am thrilled about our inter-personal Kick-Off events! This gives us an opportunity to bond with our students and participate in unique Feng Shui experiences in various locations and communities. Coming from a TV background, video and communications are valuable to me, and I think these assets will be crucial to the success of our graduates.

Q: Besides yourself, what does your school offer that is unique to Feng Shui training opportunities?
Steve: Being a former Realtor, has enabled us to present a module on being involved with the real estate community that is very powerful and quite helpful for a new consultant to get a quick start in their business

Lisa: We spend a great deal of time educating our students on approaches to use for various types of clients from holistic to real estate to design and corporate. We also believe whole-heartedly in the success of our students reliant on joining the International Feng Shui Guild. So much so, that we enroll our graduates for 1 year, paid for by us!

Q: What is your guiding philosophy about teaching Feng Shui?
Steve: For my students to love the training, but more importantly LOVE the beauty of Feng Shui. I want them to understand how to make Feng Shui a fulfilling career, but I also want them to discover how it greatly improve their own lives

Lisa: I teach from a place of love, helping, and support. No one is alone in this journey, and I won’t leave you behind when lessons feel complicated.

Q: What is your favorite nugget of wisdom about using Feng Shui yourself?
Steve: Feng Shui is an ancient environmental science that is based on a lot of common sense!

Lisa: “Jump in and go with the flow.” Just like the meandering chi we discuss in the foundations of Feng Shui, our lives and career journeys will healthfully take on many twists and turns. Envision your success in your career, as if it is, and it will be! Continual learning is key as well. Never stop learning and sharing.

 

Click here to find out more or see it at Intrinsic School of Feng Shui. 

 

Steve KodadMore about Steve
A long time successful real estate agent, Feng Shui practitioner and educator, Steve Kodad has conducted over 285 seminars and presentations since 2004 and has trained over 4,450 real estate agents, homeowners and home stagers. He has been featured many times in the media, on television and the radio. He was recently tapped as a Field Producer and Show Advisor for the program “Home Staging Pros.” His third book: “The Feng Shui Cure (for Home Sellers)” was published in November 2016.

Lisa AlbanMore about Lisa
Lisa Alban is the owner of Cloud 9 Feng Shui, LLC, serving the Tampa Bay area and beyond. She carries a specialized certification in Feng Shui Staging for Home Sales. She is an intuitive designer with a love for art, holistic health, beauty, and balance. She specializes in consultations for home construction, interior and exterior design, holistic wellness and business prosperity. Lisa is a keynote speaker, as well as hosts workshops and events that are inspirational, educational and entertaining.​

Western School of Feng Shui with Terah Collins

Q: Please describe your very first coming into awareness about Feng Shui.
Terah: I moved to San Diego in 1990 and soon after, was dragged to a lecture by a well-meaning friend on a subject I had zero interest in. I called it Fang Shuey. The speaker was Dr. Richard Tan, Taiwanese acupuncturist and Feng Shui expert, and he completely took me by surprise. He described our homes and offices as living bodies “who” we are in intimate relationship with, whether we know it or not. “When we consciously embrace this relationship,” he said, “we can partner with our surroundings to hold our vitality, prosperity, and happiness in place.”

By the time he finished, I was on fire. This was my future, I could feel it! I registered for all of his Feng Shui classes and dove in.

Q: What is your branch of Feng Shui? How have you made it your own?
Terah: I learned Form School Feng Shui primarily with Dr. Tan. As I practiced, I sorted out the Feng Shui skills that were really helping me and my clients, which included working with the Bagua Map, balancing the 5 Elements, and adjusting Ch’i flow. As an educator, it’s also vitally important to me to teach every student and client how to relate to their surroundings from their own unique perspective. I named my work Essential Feng Shui®, now a registered trademark of the Western School of Feng Shui™.

Q: How has Feng Shui changed your life?
Terah: The first day I applied Feng Shui to my own home, my miserable marriage ended. I had removed a row of dead plants from the Love & Marriage area and cleaned up the extensive clutter in the garage. I was busy enhancing the foyer when my former husband came home, looked around, and blurted out, “I don’t want to be married anymore!” I heard the truth in his voice, resonated with his words, and felt strangely calm. The work I’d done in the house had opened a clear line of communication between us. That really turned my head.

30 days later I was living in my own place. It became my Feng Shui studio where I practiced what I was learning and experienced the results. When I was ready, I hung a wind chime made of bells over my bathtub to call in Love and Marriage. Shortly after, my husband Brian Collins arrived. That was 27 years ago.

Q: Describe your school’s approach to teaching Feng Shui.
Terah: The Essential Feng Shui® Practitioner Certification Training is our signature program, teaching the practical and dynamic coursework on how to enhance people’s lives. It focuses on the many valuable applications Feng Shui has in our Western culture, has no religious affiliations, and honors every individual’s path. It is highly interactive. We teach our students to determine clients’ needs through meaningful dialog and skillful observations, and then to make precise, personalized recommendations that address their clients’ goals for improvement. No two consultations are alike.

Q: What is the newest addition to your curriculum?
Terah: We are always adding new content for our students and alumni, such as new handouts, audio programs, and marketing materials. Our private online forum is also a perpetual font of interesting images, insights, and problem-solving discussions. Our community is dynamic, so there’s always something new in the mix.

Q: What is the latest area of expansion for your school?
Terah: We’ve added a new way to become an Essential Feng Shui Practitioner, which is in a 6-day live classroom setting. This satisfies the desire some students have to learn with kindred spirits, enjoy field trips and live discussions, and be ushered through the training by an experienced EFS Facilitator. Upcoming trainings are scheduled for the Spring of 2020 in Sedona, AZ., Nashua NH., and Calgary, Alberta Canada.

Whether students choose to study live or online, we issue a Certificate of Achievement upon successful completion of the EFSPT, the highest form of certification available in the Western world.

Q: Besides yourself, what does your school offer that is unique to Feng Shui training opportunities?
Terah: The Western School of Feng Shui has 23+ years of experience in the field, which makes us one of the first Feng Shui schools in the USA. We bring lots of practical wisdom to the table. Our students and alumni have the ongoing collaborative support of all those who have studied and practiced before them. Whether they’re preparing for their first consultations, launching their practices, or involved in a complicated case, we are ‘the wind beneath their wings’ offering guidance, wisdom, and encouragement all along the Way.

Q: What is your guiding philosophy about teaching Feng Shui?
Terah: To elicit the genius in every student and client I have the privilege to work with and teach them how to see clearly through their own Feng Shui eyes. There are no rules set in concrete, only fluid guidelines that can help each of us create environments that hold our happiness in place.

Q: What is your favorite nugget of wisdom about using Feng Shui yourself?
Terah: Experiment. Make your own environment your Feng Shui studio. Ideally, Feng Shui is a lifestyle, not an event. Feel into it, try things out, LIVE IT, and see what happens. That’s what I do and it’s transformational.

 

More about Terah Kathryn Collins – Founder of the Western School of Feng Shui & Originator of Essential Feng Shui®
Best-selling author and the originator of Essential Feng Shui®, which honors the essence of Feng Shui’s eastern heritage while focusing on many benefits it provides in today’s world. Her 6 inspirational books on the subject have sold over a million copies worldwide.

With a passion for transformational education, Terah founded the Western School of Feng Shui in 1996. More than 2,000 people from 26 countries have taken her signature course, the Essential Feng Shui® Practitioner Training.

VIA Feng Shui with Tina Falk

VIA Feng Shui with Tina Falk

Q: Please describe your very first coming into awareness about Feng Shui.
A: I’m not sure there was a defining moment that brought about awareness of “Feng Shui”. As a child, growing up in an unstable environment, I had an innate drive to make my bedroom my “safe place”. It was the only thing I felt I had any control over. Of course, I wouldn’t have known I was doing feng shui back then (starting in the late 60s), but I was extremely mindful of my surroundings and even how they influenced others. Everything had to be in its place. As a little girl my stuffed animals and dolls were handled with so much love and care. As a teen in the early 80’s, I was inspired one day after school to rearrange the furniture in our living room (it was just my mom and I). I often didn’t know what kind of mood she’d be in when she got home and was a bit nervous about how my idea of change would be received. Initially, her coming home was typical, but when she turned the corner to see the “new” living room she got a big smile on her face and complimented me saying she would have never thought of arranging the room like that. I felt the difference in her. In us. And it wasn’t just the arrangement of the furniture that changed things. It was me physically pushing sofas and chairs around the room, sitting on them to test the view, and then picking up and actually moving items around. It was the action of it all that created a shift in me. Then throughout the years I would hear about feng shui “cures” from various sources. Upon completion of intensive studies under a Buddhist Meditation Master, and really feeling like memories of home had been stirred up within me, I began to seek out formal feng shui training and certification. At that point the stars aligned and I was divinely guided to my Feng Shui Master.

Q: What is your branch of Feng Shui? How have you made it your own?
A: My go to aspect of feng shui that not only excites me, as well as my clients and students, but also is the very first step in any application of any school of feng shui is the BaZi (or 4 Pillars Chinese Astrology) chart. Just can’t imagine not having those profound insights to inspire a truly custom and unique feng shui experience for my clients. I don’t read the charts necessarily the way a traditional astrologer would. For the most part it’s there. However, having done around 600 readings, I’ve really been able to track patterns in events, behaviors, challenges, successes…you name it. My intuition and guidance from Spirit has allowed me to create such a comprehensive chart with feng shui recommendations that I haven’t seen anywhere else.

Q: How has Feng Shui changed your life?
A: I’ve been professionally consulting and teaching since 2005. Not only has feng shui made remarkable differences at home, in my personal life and that of my family, but the biggest change has been in my connections to people and being able to serve them. I have an interesting dynamic in my own 4 Pillar chart. I have a Dragon that desires to live outside the box and not be bound by the mundane. I also have a Dog in my chart — who is loyal to humanity and wants to serve. My feng shui business and school allow me to feed both of these parts of myself. When I leave a class or consultation I am on cloud nine — I know this is my purpose.

Q: Describe your school’s approach to teaching Feng Shui.
A: The Yang Earth Dog in me strives for practicality in my teaching. My goal is to take abstract concepts and present them in a manner that feels doable. It’s not about dumming it down. It’s about elevating someone’s awareness and experience with solid core concepts, awakened intuition, lots of practice, and support within our community of grads. I don’t offer online classes. I get asked about it a lot. But I want to be sitting in front of you, face-to-face. I want to see your eyes roll or your arms fold in front of you telling me you’ve had enough. I want to see the light bulb turn on when the lesson clicks in. Where two or more are gathered…there I shall also be. The group energy is an important component and the feeling of support and inspiration you get from one another is priceless.

Q: What is the newest addition to your curriculum?
A: The newest addition to my curriculum is an added piece to the field work. Aside from charts and consultations, I require each student to submit a Creative Integration Project. Whatever that looks like for them. I want them to tell me, or show me, how they will be integrating this practice or knowledge into their life or business. I had one student create a flyer for her business. One gal wrote up how she will use feng shui to enhance her coaching services (and ended up using that copy for her website). There needs to be a plan at the end of the training, because there is a lot of excitement and momentum right out of the gate and that can easily dwindle if there’s not some direction in place.

Q: What is the latest area of expansion for your school?
A: The latest area of expansion in my school is the group trainings. I used to only teach one-to-one. But I could tell my students were missing out. They were missing out on that group energy and having that other student in the class ask a question when they couldn’t think of one.

Q: Besides yourself, what does your school offer that is unique to Feng Shui training opportunities?
A: I believe we are multi-dimensional beings with complex lives. The more layers we understand and have in our toolbox the better we are able to assist our clients, friends, and family at whatever level they are. I layer Form School, Classical Feng Shui, BTB, Chakras, Numerology, and the 5 senses into my material. You never know what kind of tool you can use to connect with your client. Once for me, it was simply comment about a cast on a client’s left wrist and my mentioning the color orange and the Sacral Chakra that started a pivotal conversation that I’m not sure I would have gotten to without that knowledge.

I also offer continuing education classes for my students, like advanced Flying Stars.

Q: What is your guiding philosophy about teaching Feng Shui?
A: My guiding philosophy in teaching feng shui is my desire to pay it forward. Amazingly gifted and generous teachers have shown up in my life and openly shared with me, answering my ever-persistent questions. How can I possibly hold onto all of that myself? It must be passed along. There is something special in honoring the sacredness of the ancient schools and their traditions, but there’s also something special about them that can be adaptable and stand the test of time even in the most modern of settings.

Q: What is your favorite nugget of wisdom about using Feng Shui yourself?
A: Mindfulness. Feng Shui took my mindfulness practice to a whole other level. It has given purpose and meaning to everything in a more tangible way.

Q: What additional training does your school offer or plan to offer?
A: One of my dreams is to have VIA grad/practitioner retreats. Some of my students fly into Utah for the training’s and some are local. I would love to have a way we can all connect for a few days and provide a place for them to share their wisdom with one another. My belief is that we really only have two main roles in life…to be a student or to be a teacher. That’s a fine line to walk and anytime I can encourage my students to teach is a plus for all of us!

Tina Falk, VIA Feng ShuiMore about Tina

Tina Falk BFA-VC, CFSP is a Professional Feng Shui Educator, Mentor, Consultant and Speaker and the founder of VIA Feng Shui Training & Mentoring. Training and practicing feng shui since 2005, she combines her expertise and intuitive perspective to enhance your awareness and appreciation of Self and Space.

 

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Mindful Design Feng Shui School

Our latest Feng Shui School Spotlight features the Mindful Design Feng Shui School with founders and directors, Anjie Cho and Laura Morris.  These talented and wise educators bring a new level of business + Feng Shui sense for their students, bringing an enjoyable freshness and passion.

The Interview…

 

Q: Please describe your very first coming into awareness about Feng Shui.
A: Laura: I think the first time I truly became aware was over 20 years ago, I was single, and tired of the quality of men I was meeting. My friend suggested I try feng shui and lent me a book. I bagua-ed my space, made a few simple adjustments, and long story short, two weeks later I met the man who is now my husband. I decided I wanted to learn more about this amazing practice, and the rest, as they say, is history.

Anjie: Feng shui has always been in the background for me. Being aware of my environment, and the impact it has on me was part of my upbringing. This awareness was solidified in my twenties when I was looking for a way to bring more mindfulness and spirituality to my career. I took my first feng shui course at the Open Center in NYC and fell in love with the practice.

Q: What is your branch of Feng Shui? How have you made it your own?
A: We teach a traditional approach to Black Sect (BTB) feng shui. We have had the good fortune to have had amazing teachers and mentors, we honour them and H.H. Master Lin Yun, by closely following the lineage and passing on this collective wisdom to our students.

Because of our backgrounds in interior design and architecture, Mindful Design Feng shui School is a unique blend of mindfulness practices, traditional BTB feng shui, and business school.

Q: How has Feng Shui changed your life?
A: To put it simply, feng shui brought us together. Feng shui brought us to where we are today – founders of the Mindful Design Feng Shui School. The study and practice of feng shui allowed both of us to begin brand-new, unique, heart centered, joyful careers as entrepreneurs. It has strengthened our qi, our confidence, and given us the tools to hone our own intuitive gifts.

Q: Describe your school’s approach to teaching Feng Shui.
A: Mindful Design School takes a practical and hands-on approach to feng shui, our goal is to make sure our grads have the right tools to confidently work one-on-one with clients. We support our students so they can succeed. Students learn traditional BTB teachings, design details, reading floor plans, and most importantly how to apply them in a client situation. We show our students how they can combine their gifts with feng shui to create a unique offering for their own businesses.

Q: What is the latest area of expansion for your school?
A: We are currently working on bringing senior feng shui teachers on board to teach advanced standalone courses and workshops, such as Nine Star Ki. We are also in the process of creating two new feng shui business courses that focus on building your client base and manifesting growth in your business.

Q: Besides yourself, what does your school offer that is unique to Feng Shui training opportunities?
A: Our name was not by accident. We have meditation and mindfulness practices integrated into our feng shui certification program. Anjie Cho is a trained dharma arts teacher in the lineage of Shambala, and we have a module dedicated to cultivating your qi and building a meditation practice.

Q: What is your guiding philosophy about teaching Feng Shui?
A: Our guiding principle about teaching feng shui is to be true to the tradition and lineage of Black Sect feng shui. We honour the golden chain of wisdom. This is the reason we offer all the materials in our certification course live and in real-time, and do our best to transmit the teachings one-on-one to our students. Fundamentally, our hope and joy is that our students exceed and succeed us, because that means we have done our jobs as teachers.

Q: What is your favorite nugget of wisdom about using Feng Shui yourself?
A: Laura: It is so important to meditate and reflect in order to cultivate good qi, but you also have be ready to meet people where they are. Sometimes a client may not be ready to work on their own qi. Focusing on the physical space may be a better place to start. Hanging a feng shui crystal or moving a desk can sometimes be all they need to create a meaningful shift. Keep it simple, don’t make anyone feel wrong or fearful, because good feng shui is about flexibility and compassion.

Anjie: By connecting with the spaces around us, we can begin to further relate to and celebrate our outer and inner worlds. Feng shui says that we are interconnected with everyone and everything is alive, that there can be magic in making your bed every morning, gazing out the window, or walking through a doorway.

Q: What additional training does your school offer or plan to offer?
A: We are launching a Level 3 Post-grad Feng shui & Business course. It is a mentoring style 6 module (live & online) program where feng shui practitioners can case study their own business. We will cover everything from contracts, and branding to advanced cures for both residential and commercial clients. It is open to grads of the Mindful Design Program, we will also be accepting graduates and practitioners from other programs on a case by case basis.

 

More about Laura and Anjie
Laura Morris and Anjie Cho are the founders of the Mindful Design Feng Shui School. Together they have over two decades of experience designing harmonious spaces for their clients in their successful design businesses. Through their articles, books, workshops, videos, TV appearances, and consultations, Laura and Anjie have guided thousands of people to shift their energy and revitalize their living spaces.

 

 

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