Feng Shui Consultant Directory

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Leigh Whiting
Sunstone Centre
Georgetown, Ontario L7G 4W2 Canada
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Marina V Umali
Marina V Design Studio
Ridgewood, New Jersey 07450 United States
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Jamie Bass
Your Digital Essence
Denver, Colorado 80206 United States
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Karen Lynn Lehmann
Karen Lynn Feng Shui Consulting
Southold, New York 11971 United States
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Dora Lai
Shanti Consulting
Las Vegas, Nevada United States
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Sherry Brouzes
Sherry Brouzes Feng Shui
Welland, Ontario L3C 7J1 Canada
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Lauren Bear
Lauren Bear
Minnetonka, Minnesota 55305 United States
Elizabeth Teberio
Ki Transformations/ Key Transformations
Sedona, Arizona 86336 United States
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Claire Boscq-Scott
The Busy Queen Bee Global
Saint-Laurent JE2 Jersey
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Sara Nelson
Falmouth, Maine 04105 United States
Pamela Gaszynski
Feng Shui Consulting
Leavenworth, Washington 98826 United States
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Michelle Skally Doilney
Practical Environments
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105 United States

Feng Shui consultants have the knowledge and expertise to help you build the life and space you want.  This includes residential homes and commercial offices and businesses as well as Feng Shui landscapes. The core concepts – from the five elements, energy balance, floor plan analysis, even art selection, room use, and clutter issues – can be addressed and enhanced through hiring a qualified practitioner.

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What to Ask when Hiring a Feng Shui Consultant

One of the keys to success in choosing a Feng Shui Consultant – one who resonates with you – is knowing what questions to ask while building a trusted relationship.

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What to Expect at a Consultation

Not all consultants are created equal, so it’s important to do your homework before you sign on the dotted line. Five things to consider: experience, credentials, portfolio, project scope, work style.

Disclaimer:  As a Professional membership organization, the International Feng Shui Guild is providing this directory as a service to the public.  Consultation services and offerings belong to the consultant and appearance on this directory does not imply an endorsement by the IFSG.  Exclamations expressed by consultants are those of the individual and do not necessarily reflect the view of the IFSG.  If you have questions about this disclaimer, please contact our office.