Feng Shui: 101A

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(Pronounced “Fung Schway”)

The practice of Feng Shui,
though in existence for several thousand years, is even more pertinent to
modern living as we strive to achieve and maintain balance in our hectic,
technology-riddled lives.  Professional
Organizer & Senior Move Manager®, Susan von Suhrke, has
practiced Feng Shui for over 15 years.  After
founding Timely Transitions® ( www.timelytransitions.org ) in the
Fall of 2007, Susan found herself frequently implementing Feng Shui principles
with her Professional Organizing and Senior Move Management clientele. Having
recently completed the Practitioner Immersion course at the Western
School of Feng Shui®
in Encinitas, California, Susan will soon become a
Certified Practitioner of Essential Feng Shui®

On Tuesday, 12 February
from 7 to 8 PM at the Jing Ying Institute of Kung Fu & Tai Chi
in Arnold, Susan will talk about the basics of “Form School” Feng Shui, as adapted
for Western culture by the Western School of Feng Shui®.  At its simplest, Feng Shui is the practice of
arranging one’s environment to achieve a harmonious, well-balanced and
welcoming atmosphere.  Feng Shui
principles may be applied to a business or a residence: to one room or to an
entire building; a complete property or simply a desk top.  In her presentation at Jing Ying, Susan will
discuss the principles of Yin-Yang, the Five Elements and the Bagua as interpreted
in Essential Feng Shui®.

Susan von Suhrke is a
member of Toastmasters International, and has given presentations and workshops
to a number of local organizations, including several Anne Arundel County
Senior Activity Centers, The AA County Department of Aging & Disabilities,
the Greater Severna Park Chamber of Commerce, and church organizations.  She coaches a monthly De-Clutter Support
Group at the Pascal Senior Center, and is also an adjunct professor at AACC,
teaching continuing education classes related to organizing and Senior-relocation
issues.  Susan has been a member of the
National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM) since 2007 and the
National Association of Professional Organizers since 2008.

This is one of a series of free workshops hosted by Jing Ying Institute in celebration of the Lunar New Year. http://bit.ly/LunarNewYear2013


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