3-Week Series in Feng Shui

3-Week Series in Feng Shui

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Do you have rooms in your home you don’t use and don’t like to spend time in? 

Do you notice certain places attract clutter and wonder how to stop that magnetic force of attraction? 

Do you struggle to sleep well or communicate freely with others in your household? 

If you answered yes, to any or all these questions, this 3-week series is for you! Sabrina will address all these issues and more!

Sabrina Matheny of Sabrina Matheny Designs is a seasoned Feng Shui practitioner in addition to offering intuitive guidance to her clients. She is also a weekly contributor to Rumble an online newsletter of the Smoky Mountain News.

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This course will include the following:

1: Intuitive basics

How are you already intuitively designing your space?

How can you use your strongest 6th sense to create a nurturing home environment?

How to read a space.

How does clutter affect your space?

2: The bagua

Understanding this map.

How can it help you understand your space and your life!

Journaling to bring together thoughts about the emotional area of your

home with the physical space of your home.

3: The bagua and the yin/yang

Orienting the bagua to your floor plan

Balancing each space with the yin/yang

Bringing it all together with questions and answers to help you create a plan of action.

This course will run on Thursday March 17, 24 and 31 from 6 to 7 p.m.

Cost: $75 early bird pricing / $100 regular. *Early bird pricing ends on March 1st. Registration for this event closes on Sunday March 13th.

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