Feng Shui Courses, Talks & Trainings

I’ve been teaching feng shui for over 30+ years now and I have several feng shui workshops and talks such as:
• feng shui for business and homes
• feng shui logo design and branding
• feng shui intelligence
• spiritual feng shui and so on.

Watch Jan giving talks on feng shui

Feng Shui Your Kitchen – a talk for Oliver’s Whole Food Store in Kew, West London, UK

Speed Feng Shui – feng shui for busy people
A talk by the feng shui consultant Jan Cisek presented at the Feng Shui Society Conference on the 6th February 2010.
Speed is the key trend now. Time is the currency of life, not money. We have speed reading, speed dating, speed shrinking and now it’s time to have speed feng shui. It’s for people who don’t have much time for such things but still want to improve their environments with feng shui.

“Mr. Jan Cisek held a very successful feng shui seminar on the premises of Ericsson Austria in Vienna in May 1999. Approximately 50 people attended and were pleased with his highly effective and entertaining teaching methods. Individual consultations followed the seminar and were very much appreciated by the participants. Jan has shown exceptional dedication and a profound understanding of both the subject matter and the needs of the participants . It was a real pleasure to have him as a guest speaker in Vienna.” Dr. Sepp Leimgruber, Managing Director, Ericsson Austria


During the 2-day feng shui introduction course you will learn:

Overview of feng shui & how feng shui works
• Definitions of feng shui
• Purpose of feng shui
• History & different schools of feng shui
• The difference between feng shui and interior design
• Feng shui process
• How feng shui works

 Feng shui principles, models, maps, advanced feng shui non-linear pattern recognition
• Energy (chi/qi/prana/charge)
• Factors affecting our energy
• Yin & yang
• 5 energies (intro)
• 5 animals (intro)
• Baguas
• Feng shui compass /Luo pan (intro)
• Feng shui metaphors
• I-ching (intro)
• Feng shui astrology (intro)
• How to do feng shui

Feng shui tools and resources
• 3 types of feng shui remedies
• Lighting
• Mirrors
• Crystals, minerals
• Sparkling objects
• Plants
• Water
• Wind-chimes, mobiles, sound
• Electric devices
• Heavy objects, sculptures
• Symbols, pictures, posters, photos
• Animals
• Energising objects
• Space clearing, blessings, agnihotra
• Geopathic Stress (GS) harmonisers (intro)
• Feng shui methods and interventions
• Colour

Aspects of feng shui
• External feng shui
• History of property
• Shapes and feng shui
• Feng shui of a house
• Feng shui of a workspace
• Feng shui of an office
• Timing in feng shui
• Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) (intro)
• Geopathic Stress (GS) (intro)
• Electro-magnetic (EMF) pollution (intro)

Feng shui consultation
1. An assessment of the client’s needs and issues.
2. A review of the history of the property.
3. Feng shui assessment of the property, dowsing for geopathic stress, checking electro-pollution.
4. Discussion of feng shui findings, definition of solutions and implementation plan.
5. Making immediate minor feng shui corrections to the property if possible (space clearing and geopathic stress harmonisation).
6. Follow up, fine-tuning feng shui consultation on the phone after 1-3 months.

What you will receive
• Diploma on completion the One-day Feng Shui Introduction Course from The White Rose Feng Shui School
• Comprehensive feng shui handout with all the notes
Venue: London
Date: TBC
Price: TBC


Total hours: a minimum of 200 hours, up to 400 hours of coursework, fieldwork, online and offline, including supervision and home study groups. Nine modules over one year course.

Remote, one-to-one feng shui course is available

MODULE 1 Introduction to modern feng shui
Unit 1: Types of feng shui; Classical and modern; Similarities and differences

MODULE 2 History of feng shui
Unit 1: History of classical feng shui; Form school; Flying star; Ba Zhai; Compass schools; Time aspects and astrological disciplines
Unit 2: History of modern feng shui; Public perceptions of feng shui
Unit 3: Evidence-based related disciplines; Environmental psychology; Cognitive ergonomics; Semiotics, Biophilia, Building Biology, Epigenetics, Priming, Wellness

MODULE 3 Key classical feng shui concepts
Unit 1: Qi / Chi / Prana / Charge
Unit 2: Yin & Yang
Unit 3: Five celestial animals
Unit 4: Five elements
Unit 5: Eight trigrams with early & late heaven sequence
Unit 6: Compass (Luo pan)
Unit 7: Bagua (compass and 3 door-gate)
Unit 8: Time aspects; Astrology
Unit 9: Heaven, Earth & Human
Unit 10: Directionology

MODULE 4 Modern feng shui aspects
Unit 1: Science and context; Definitions of feng shui; Difference between feng shui and interior design; Benefits
Unit 2: Psychology of feng shui and how it works; Placebo, Epigenetic, Priming
Unit 3: Person-centred feng shui practice
Unit 4: Electromagnetics; Science & context; Tools, interventions, measurements & application; Checklist
Unit 5: Geopathic stress; Science & context; Tools, interventions, measurements & application; Checklist
Unit 6: Space conditioning / space clearing; Clutter clearing; Science & context; Benefits; Tools, interventions, measurements & application; Checklist
Unit 7: Sick Building Syndrome (SBS); Science & context; Benefits; Tools, interventions, measurements & application; Checklist

MODULE 5 Application of feng shui
Unit 1: External factors
Unit 2: Historical factors
Unit 3: Shape of plots, buildings, rooms
Unit 4: House; Porch; Hall and landing; Staircases; Living room; Den; Dining room; Kitchen, Bedrooms; Bathrooms & toilets; Home office
Unit 5: Workspace / Office; Ergonomics; Desking; Layouts; Lighting; Air; Plants
Unit 6: Garden
Unit 7: Public spaces; Schools; Hospitals; Healthcare centres
Unit 8: Selling and buying properties
Unit 9: Basics of interior design
Unit 10: Checklist

MODULE 6 Feng shui interventions and tools
Unit 1: Types of feng shui interventions; Lighting; Mirrors; Crystals, minerals; Sparkling objects; Plants; Air; Water; Windchimes, mobiles, sound; Electric devices; Heavy objects, sculptures; Symbols; Images, pictures, posters, photos; Animals; Energising objects; Colour; Fire; Art
Unit 2: Space clearing; Clutter clearing
Unit 3: Blessings; Housewarming
Unit 4: Geopathic stress interventions
Unit 5: Electromagnetic stress solutions
Unit 6: Checklist

MODULE 7 Skills, Personal & Professional Development
Unit 1: Models; Maps; Pattern recognition; Gathering, sorting & processing information
Unit 2: Common sense; Multidimensional intuition; Developing reflective intelligence, Feng shui intelligence
Unit 3: Dowsing; Earth acupuncture
Unit 4: Characteristics of a good consultant
Unit 5: Consultation procedure; Intervention analysis & contraindications; Checklist
Unit 6: Consultation skills; Communication skills; Managing expectations
Unit 7: Rapport & communication skills; Dealing with contradictions, difficult cases and superstitions

MODULE 8: Modern feng shui practice
Unit 1: Report writing; Drawing plans; Reading architectural plans; Working with architects and interior designers
Unit 2: Admin; Fees; Insurance
Unit 3: Ethics; Professional conduct; Code of practice; Complaints and appeals
Unit 4: Marketing; Branding; Website; SEO
Unit 5: Future of modern feng shui
Unit 6: Resources; Books; Research; References

MODULE 9: Assessment
Unit 1: Assessment process; Course evaluation forms; External examiners
Unit 2: Portfolio
Unit 3: Written & oral exams
Unit 4: Classroom sessions logs & Attendance; Homegroup meetings

An overview of your modules and hours spent on each subject
A copy of your course evaluation forms
A copy of your student attendance register
A copy of your student record information
A copy of a qualifying student graduation certificate
A copy of your student assessment process
A copy of / link to promotional material
A copy of your teaching staff details
Payment of assessment processing fee

Dates & venue: TBC
Fee: TBC

Remote, one-to-one feng shui course is available