Balancing the Inner and Outer. New York Open Center. June 14, 2010

New York Open Center


New York City in Manhattan
New York Open Center
with Judith Wendell

June 14, 2010 6 – 7:45 pm

Balancing Feng Shui involves far more than the judicious placement of physical objects. It is above all concerned with the optimal circulation and balancing of chi, the life energy that flows through us and permeates the universe. When Feng Shui focuses on adjusting our dwellings and workplaces it does so to create environments that foster the positive flow of chi to boost our health and vitality, harmonize our emotions and center our minds. In this class we will explore some of the core principles of Feng Shui, based on many of the same principles as traditional Chinese medicine, and look at how to use these principles to balance our energy both internally (in the organs in our body) and externally, in our homes and work spaces. Other topics covered will include: how to position objects and furnishings to maximize chi flow; the use of color and design to relieve stress; what Feng Shui can do to help us lessen our financial worries and stress; simple exercises that can greatly enhance our personal chi; and more.

A Weekly Course
(3 sessions) Mondays, June 14-28, 6-7:45pm
Members: $60 / Nonmembers: $90

Monday, June 14, 6-7:45pm

Judith teaches many feng shui courses at the New York Open Center.  Her instructions help explain how the environments where they live and work affect their life situations.  Judith helps them to understand energy and improve their spaces.  You can view her practitioner page at:

Feng Shui and Health. Empire State College. October 28, 2008

empire-state-collegeFeng Shui and Health
Tuesday, October 28th, 2008 ~ 6pm

New York City in Manhattan
Empire State College, New York City
Judith Wendell will speak on ‘Feng Shui and Health’
as part of an Integrative Medicine Symposium
at SUNY Empire State College’s Metropolitan Center
located at 325 Hudson Street, Fifth Floor, New York, NY