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Get your Feng Shui on
Have you ever walked into a room and something didn't feel right? As you look around, nothing appears to be out of place but you can't shake the feeling. Feng Shui could be your answer to feeling at ease.
Feng Shui with Style Workshop: Photo Credit Julie Cataldo Photography
Have you spent ages rearranging furniture every now and again because you felt like it? Then somehow things felt better. Feng Shui can help with arranging your home with more focus and purpose to achieve the atmosphere in your home that you want.
Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese method of living in harmony with the energies (Qi) of your home and its environment. It promotes balance and good fortune to the people who live in the home, creating harmony and promoting good health. The most important part of Feng Shui are the people who inhabit the home and their relationship to the space. Important aspects are the placement and arrangement of furniture, colour, objects and cures. Cures are enhancements or remedies that activate or enhance Qi in the home. It doesn't stop there. Feng Shui principles can be applied to your workplace, garden and even before you build your home.
Feng Shui with Style Workshop: Styled by Geena Di Stefano, Photo Credit Julie Cataldo Photography
Fran Gleeson has more that 15 years experience as a Feng Shui practitioner and has teamed up with Geena Di Stefano, founder of Lily and Sage to hold 'Feng Shui with Style' workshops. The next one takes place on 16 July in Camberwell. It's a fascinating guided tour of a home that has had Feng Shui principles applied to it. The workshop tells the story of the family who live there and explains how the initial set up of the home contributed to their problems. Fran then shows what Feng Shui cures were put in place and what happened next. Geena Di Stefano demonstrates clever techniques to use when placing cures for stunning effect. The 3 hour workshop provides participants with two free handbooks on Feng Shui styling tips.
It's all followed up with a scrumptious afternoon tea and champagne or lunch.
Persian Love Cake: Photo Credit Julie Cataldo Photography