Feng Shui is the science of the person-place connection. Joan Kaufman ASID, FSII provides Space Planning and Design specifically geared to promote health and harmony.
Feng Shui is an environmental science that is based on interpretation of the natural world. Initially developed by the Chinese to create systems for living in harmony, the principles of Feng Shui provide tools that allow us to interact with the natural world in a supportive, thriving manner. It has been practiced for over 3,000 years.
Joan Kaufman ASID, FSII is a certified practitioner in the Pyramid School of Feng Shui, most used in the West. This philosophy of Feng Shui aims to set Chinese principles of Feng Shui in context and, by using modern examples in conjunction with ancient ones, to devise solutions with meaning in Western culture.
Today’s lifestyles leave us little time for contemplation of our surroundings and how they affect us. Feng Shui offers a way for us to work with our environment. Through Feng Shui, one can identify underlying obstacles and adjust the environment to overcome them. By creating spaces that balance energies and elements, while respecting our natural environment, we create supportive environments that promote well-being.