I’m Judith, a Feng Shui consultant and passionate complementary therapist.

My first experience of Feng Shui occurred 25 years ago, at a time in my life when I was eager for change; and from then on, I have never looked back. I have since met and worked with other practitioners, researching the various philosophies of this fascinating ‘energy therapy’, all of which have further reinforced my knowledge and expertise.

I recently completed an Internationally acclaimed two-year Feng Shui Diploma course and achieved my goal of becoming a Professional Consultant – and now I want to help you.

I would love to help guide you in making the positive changes necessary for you to realise and accomplish your ambitions and dreams.

What people say about us

“…at a time when I thought my life was crumbling around me; health, home, family, work and finances – Judith’s calming approach and inspiration impressed me. She explained how Feng Shui could help, if I was willing to apply the Feng Shui Principles. Her amazing knowledge and professionalism gave me confidence and the understanding of what I needed to change. The results have been incredible; my life has totally altered in the most positive way.

Thank you from Trudy H….

“After finding our ‘Dream Home’ things started to go downhill shortly after moving in. Our lovely neighbours passed on or moved away, paving the way for property developers and new tenants, who turned out to be dreadful neighbours.

Luckily for us, Judith came to the rescue and suggested a ‘FIX’, which we put in place immediately. It was quite incredible to watching things change, as the worst offenders moved out and the houses resold.

What a turnaround! Our ‘Dream House’ is now in a dream neighbourhood.

What a star 🌟 Thank you Judith!

MH xxxx”

What is Feng Shui

Feng Shui means ‘Wind and Water’, which are two main positive streams of energy and flow above and below the ground, creating a balance of both negative (Yin) and positive (Yang) forces. These are recorded in the Tao te Ching (the earliest book of Taoism) and represented by the Taijitu; the entwined black and white ‘tadpoles’ circle.

Yin and Yang are ‘balanced opposites’ which attract and complement each other i.e. the sun and moon, male and female, positive and negative, strength and softness.

Yin and Yang also comprise of the 5 x moving Elements; Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood – from the five elements comes everything else.

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