What is Feng Shui

Feng Shui is the art of organizing your living spaces to allow the Chi to circulate in an optimal and harmonious way. Feng Shui is a science of bringing us back to nature, to our balance and harmony. By applying the teachings of Feng Shui, you create a Zen energy, bringing about a feeling of wellbeing and simplicity.

Le Chi

Feng Shui - Chi

Our eyes naturally follow the flow of Chi in a space

Chi is the basis of Feng Shui. It represents the energy flow that circulates in a place. In general, the quality of Chi in living spaces determines the vitality of the people who live there, their behaviour and their level of motivation. This energy flow can sometimes be blocked or circulate too quickly, thus creating disfunction.

Chi can be transformed at any time, depending on the how much attention is given to YIN-YANG vibrations, the five elements, the position of furniture and objects, colours, shapes and cardinal points.

Yin – Yang

Yin - Yang Feng Shui

The harmony of Feng shui start with the balancing of YIN and YANG.

The harmony of Feng Shui starts with the balancing of YIN and YANG.
In short, everything needs its opposite and everyone needs the other to exist. We must properly balance the Yin and Yang in our living space in order to keep our vital energy high.
YANG is an active, luminous, masculine energy, which symbolizes the movement of life. YIN is a feminine, inner, calm energy that symbolizes deep awareness. The bedroom is the area that should be the most YIN, in order to allow the body’s energy to recuperate. The work space will be YANG to maintain our creativity level.

5 Elements

Feng shui - 5 elements

In Feng Shui we use the five elements of nature, FIRE, WATER, EARTH, WOOD and METAL, to bring about a vibrational balance. If the five elements are in balance, the Chi will move freely and the vibrations in a space will increase naturally.


1– Bathroom

The bathroom is considered to be a sacred space. It represents the health of the home. You should pay attention to the decoration, cleanliness and to the feeling of relaxation that it can bring you.

2- Main entrance
All the schools of Feng Shui agree on giving paramount importance to the entrance of a home.
Your entrance should be very welcoming and visible. It is the first impression for people who visit you and it creates an opening for energy to flow. The numbers of your street address should be clearly visible in order to bring greater magnetism to your home.
3- Personal room

Take the time to identify a space that will energize you. This place should represent you and carry your frequency and the colours of your personality.

4- Bedroom

In Feng Shui, the bedroom in the area where the greatest attention should go because during sleep we are more vulnerable to ambient energies. It is necessary to create a haven of peace in order to regenerate ourselves.

3 essentials points that will allow you to replenish your energy:


1- Purify:  Books and children’s toys stowed away. Do not overload walls and desks. Do not generate too much visual stimulation.

2- Electromagnetic waves: avoid televisions, computers, cell phones where you sleep environment.

3- YIN atmosphere: calm colours, Zen decorations, soft fabrics, softened lighting…

By carefully applying the main principles of this art, you will find that a magnetic force will be created and will transform important facets of your life. It is about learning to sharpen your sensitivity to energies so that you know what is positive and what is not. By desiring a simple, vibrant and natural energy in your home you will get closer to the harmony of nature and to the foundation of Feng Shui.