Intro to the Art of Feng Shui: Your Home, Your Internal Landscape

about this event

Literally translated to mean “wind-water,” the term “feng shui” was originally defined by Chinese philosopher and Taoist mystic Guo Pu over 2,000 years ago.

Feng Shui refers to the Chinese philosophical study of our relationship to our environment both man-made and natural. While there are many styles and lineages of feng shui as well as different names for similar philosophies that date even further back, all stem from the basic observation that people are affected positively or negatively by their surroundings.

Your home is a mirror to your internal landscape.

By deepening your awareness and relationship with your home, you can use it as a tool to set intentions, shift your perspective, and make changes in your life.

In this workshop, you’ll learn:

  • Learn how your bed and desk placement effect your health, relationships, and sense of personal power.
  • We will work with the Bagua map, one of many feng shui techniques: how to overlay it on the floorplan of your home and gain deeper insight on whats going on in your life
  • An intention setting ritual based on the bagua for you to use post-workshop

About the Practitioner:

Kyle Freeman is an international Yoga instructor, Feng Shui consultant, and Intuitive counselor based in New York City. She has over fifteen years of experience refining her intuitive skills and developing an in-depth understanding of both the built environment and the individual’s physical and psychological relationship to their body and their environment. Her formal education is in architecture and she has trained in multiple lineages of Feng Shui in NYC, China, and London.

This is a virtual workshop — attendees will be able to ask questions in real time and get feedback from Kyle.

Can’t make the virtual event live broadcast? No biggie. All attendees will receive an audio and video of the workshop digitally.