Founder of Open Spaces Feng Shui, New York
I’m often asked how I decided to become a Feng Shui consultant.
It all started in 1996 when I was going through a wrenching life transition: unhappy at work, newly divorced, and living with less-than-ideal habits that I knew had to change.
An MBA from Columbia University had opened up a wonderful career as a marketing executive at some of the best companies in the world including Time Inc., BMG Music and Marvel Entertainment.
But despite my success, I was looking for more.
Living alone — and setting up my first solo apartment — was a start-over moment that led me to many important discoveries, including the power of Feng Shui.
At first I was skeptical: what was this thing with the funny-sounding name?
But as I began applying Feng Shui principles in my home and office, I found that the more dedicated I was to implementing them, the more joyous, balanced and abundant my life became.
Over the following weeks, months and years, tangible changes came about:
- I found a home that allowed me to set up my first garden and an art studio,
- my work transitioned into fields that were interesting and financially rewarding,
- I made supportive new friends,
- and, finally, I married the “man of my dreams.”
All of this led me to take Feng Shui very seriously indeed!
It was time to spread the word of its amazing power. I went to California for Feng Shui training with Terah Kathryn Collins, the distinguished Feng Shui practitioner and author of The Western Guide to Feng Shui.
As soon as I received my Practitioner’s Certificate in Essential Feng Shui ™, my career as a Feng Shui consultant began.
I’m proud to have achieved Red Ribbon Professional status with the International Feng Shui Guild, the highest Feng Shui accreditation available in the U.S., and have received training in Black Hat Tibetan (BTB) Feng Shui and specialized areas including Office Feng Shui.
I’ve discovered through the experience of my own life how transformative Feng Shui can be.
Let me show you how it can change your life, too.