The 10th Annual Feng Shui Society’s Conference
14-15 May 2016 (Sat-Sun), London UK

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FRIDAY 13 MAY  London Feng Shui Study Tour 11.00am – 4.00pm More info…

SATURDAY 14 MAY  9.45am – 5.00pm

SUNDAY 15 MAY 10.00am – 5.00pm  More info…

SATURDAY 14 MAY 9.45am – 5.00pm

The Influence and Value of Feng Shui in the Modern Built Environment – Manuela Madeddu (UK)
All civilisations have left an imprint on the world around them which invariably expresses particular belief systems and cultural norms. These can be identified in the fabric of every city, every town and indeed any landscape that is a product of human contrivance. This talk spotlights feng shui as a belief system with a pervasive influence on many cities and urban spaces, drawing on the value of feng shui as a paradigm that promotes harmony between man and nature.

Manuela MadedduManuela Madeddu, (PhD) is senior lecturer in planning and housing at London South Bank University. Recently her teaching and research has been focused on housing development, the design of places and the quality of new homes. An architect and urban designer, she was in architectural practice in Italy and has worked in urban design in the UK. More about Manuela Madeddu /


Auspicious Date Selection – Norbert Syncak (Slovakia)
Auspicious dates are selected for important personal or feng shui activities such as marriages, job applications, business transactions, signing of agreements, constructions and reconstructions, moving in to the house, installation of internal and external features and other events. This talk will be focused on application of various date selection technics (ZE RI art). The real case studies will explain the effect of “Acupuncture of time and space” to the life events and tips and tricks for fast finding the universal auspicious dates with excellent quality of qi.

HAD_0442Norbert Syncak is the founder and principal of Academy of Chinese Metaphysics (Slovakia), trained in the classical feng shui (Malaysia), classical Chinese medicine and acupuncture – Wu Yun Liu Qi and five element style with application of BAZI in acupuncture. He devoted last 25 years to sharing his knowledge in training, workshops and international congresses.


Feng Shui Tips from Scandinavia – Susanna Utbult (Sweden)
Scandinavia consists of Sweden and Norway (sometimes also Finland and Denmark) and has a unique style of feng shui. One size doesn’t fit all when it comes to applying feng shui. To make feng  shui work in Scandinavia we need to take the climate into consideration. Seven months of the year are cold and dark.  In this presentation, Susanna will show how the Scandinavian people, have interpreted feng shui for hundreds of years and also show how feng shui is used for contemporary living in Scandinavia.
Susanna UtbultSusanna Utbult is the founder of Nordic School of Feng Shui and the co-founder of the Swedish Feng Shui Association. Susanna has studied feng shui for the last seventeen years. Susanna has been teaching feng shui since 2004. In addition to teaching, Susanna also works as a consultant, using feng shui, to plan and develop business and homes. More info:


The Four Pillars of Destiny – Raymond Lo (Hong Kong)
The Four Pillars of Destiny is a Chinese system using the five elements present at the moment of birth. As such, when an event happens we can examine the Four Pillars at that particular point in time. The presence of elements and their interactions reveal to us a picture that gives alternative clues about what might occurred then. This talk will provide many examples of how the five elements model can shed light on particular events and how the Four Pillars can offer another explanation for a person’s situation.

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Raymond Lo, popularly known as “Fung Shui Lo”, is a feng shui and destiny consultant, author and lecturer. He has written over 12 books on feng shui, Four Pillars of Destiny and I Ching divination ((including “Feng Shui and Destiny”). He has appeared on numerous international television shows and in media interviews. He conducts a popular Feng shui Practitioners Training Program.


Building Biology for Healthy Homes – Beverley Wood (UK)
Building Biology is the new emerging science of healthy buildings, which recognises how mainstream building practices, as well as the familiar and useful conveniences of our modern homes, may be creating unexpected health problems. This talk will look at how you and your family can make your home a healthy place. From land energies, magnetic fields and electromagnetic fields, to indoor air quality, toxic chemicals, lighting, ventilation and water in your taps, this will be an essential and enlightening journey around your bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, living rooms and offices.

Beverly WoodBeverley Wood is an architect and building biologist. As well as her healthy house design consultancy, she conducts healthy house check-ups in people’s home. She is also an experienced space clearing practitioner. She brings a much needed new health awareness into our current building practices and household choices.


The Five Aesthetic Principles of Feng Shui – Howard Choy (Germany)
Feng shui belongs to the Art of Observation (Xiang Shu) in the Taoist Five Arts, consequently the aesthetics of a place or a built-form become part of feng shui considerations. The aesthetic preferences in feng shui is the main focus of this presentation; you will find out what the SUISY principles are and how they can be applied in feng shui practice. By the end of the talk it is hoped that you will understand the aesthetic criterion to use when someone asks ‘What do you think of the feng shui of this building’?

Howard ChoyHoward Choy (Cai Hong), (B.Arch.UNSW) is China-trained in classical feng shui and a practicing feng shui architect (B.Arch.UNSW), based in Berlin. Howard is principal of the European College of Feng Shui (ECOFS) and he is motivated to teach and practice classical feng shui to ensure this living tradition from his birthplace can continue to survive and prosper globally.


Home: How Habitat Made Us Human – John S Allen (USA via Skype link)
Whether we live in an igloo or in Buckingham Palace, the fact that Homo sapiens create homes is one of the greatest puzzles of our evolution. John S. Allen will present evidence from evolutionary anthropology, neuroscience, the study of emotion, and modern sociology to argue that the home is one of the most important cognitive, technological, and cultural products of our species’ evolution. This presentation will sheds new light on the deep pleasures we receive from our homes, rooting them in both our evolution and our identity as humans. Home is not simply where the heart is, but the mind too.
John S Allen PhDJohn S Allen, PhD, is a neuroanthropologist working at the Dornsife Cognitive Neuroscience Imaging Center and Brain and Creativity Institute, University of Southern California. Originally trained in biological anthropology, he received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of California at Berkeley. John’s latest book Home: How Habitat Made Us Human is available on Amazon/Kindle

Feng Shui Logos – How to Design Logos and Business Cards with Feng Shui Principles – Jan Cisek (UK)
Having a strong identity is very important in any line of work. When your brand is strong and distinctive it is seen as a mark of quality and trust. Effective branding is the key factor in attracting long term, loyal clients. Although originally feng shui was applied to physical environments, now it is being applied to the virtual environments as brands and websites. You may have a harmonious feng shui at your office but is your feng shui aligned with your brand? Does your logo comply with good feng shui criteria? During this practical talk you will learn how to use feng shui principles in designing logos and business cards (and even your signature which is your personal logo). Please bring your business cards for assessment.

images-1Jan Cisek (MSc Environmental Psychology) is a leading corporate feng shui consultant working in London with a background in design and branding. Jan has produced many innovative solutions in feng shui, branding and logo design and worked with top brands and corporations. More info about feng shui logo design 



SUNDAY 15 MAY 2016 10am – 5pm  Full Day Workshop

Four Pillars for Career and Well-being – Raymond Lo (Hong Kong)
Four Pillars of Destiny is a Chinese typology system that studies a person’s in-born qualities, potentials and up and down luck cycles, in order to help people to make better decisions, or to pursue an appropriate career. Four Pillars also looks at imbalance of five elements and can offer insights about potential strengthens and weakness as well as general well-being. This workshop will examine how harmonisation of five elements can boost well-being and as well as career prospects.

Raymond Lo photoRaymond Lo, popularly known as “Fung Shui Lo”, is a feng shui and destiny consultant, author and lecturer. He has written over 12 books on feng shui, Four Pillars of Destiny and I Ching divination ((including “Feng Shui and Destiny”). He has appeared on numerous international television shows and in media interviews. He conducts a popular Feng shui Practitioners Training Program.

Friday 13 May 2016 Pre-conference workshop 11.00am – 4.00pm  Cost: £40


Meeting point: Ship in Hay’s Galleria, 1 Battle Bridge Lane London SE1 2HP

Exploring the Water Dragon of the City of London SOLD OUT
MEET 11am by the ship in Hay’s Galleria, 1 Battle Bridge Lane London SE1 2HP  – 3 minutes walk from London Bridge Station (tube and British Rail)
Howard Choy, well known feng shui teacher, consultant and architect, leads this FSS  site study tour in the historical City of London that spans the river Thames between London Bridge and Tower Bridge.  Walking on both sides of the river we will explore its powerful influence on the prosperity of London. We will compare the feng shui influences of the ancient Tower of London and modern City Hall facing each other across the river, observe some extraordinary new iconic buildings and study how the feng shui qi of London changes with its evolving city skyline.  The day will be fun as well as educational, a great start to the conference weekend!
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14-15 May 2016 (Saturday-Sunday) Time: 10.00am – 5.00pm Registration from 9.15am
Price per day inclusive of a buffet lunch and refreshments
Public: £85
The Feng Shui Society Registered Consultants: £55 (please use the drop down menu to select your option)
Friday 13 May 2016 Pre-conference workshop 11.00am – 4.00pm  Cost: £40
Please make the payment via PayPal (no account needed)


10 Feng Shui Society Conference, 1 day: Saturday, 14 May 2016


10 Feng Shui Society Conference, 2 days: 14-15 May 2016, London

10 Feng Shui Society Conference, 1 day: Sunday, 15 May 2016


VENUE for the conference

Churchill Room in London House at
Goodenough College, 
Mecklenburgh Square, London WC1N 2AB    
020 7753 0578
There are two main line railway stations and two tube (underground) stations within a ten minute walk, including the Eurostar station at St Pancras which connects the UK to mainland Europe via the Channel Tunnel, and Russell Square underground station which is on the Piccadilly Line and links directly to Heathrow Airport.

By tube: Russell Square on Picaddilly Line (8 mins walk), King’s Cross (10 mins walk), Chancery Lane (10 mins walk), Holborn (10 mins walk) and Euston (20 mins walk).
From King’s Cross Tube Station
Go out of Gray’s Inn Road exit (near the Hammersmith and City entrance), and turn left. Follow Gray’s Inn Road for about 400 metres until you reach Heathcote Street on the right. Turn right into Heathcote Street and then immediately left into Mecklenburgh Street. William Goodenough House will be the first main building on the right, the Goodenough Club is 50 metres up the road on the left-hand side, and London House is past the gardens on the right.
From Russell Square Tube Station
Turn right out of the station and go down to the roundabout. After 50 metres the road bends round to the right and 50 metres further on turn left at the T-junction onto Guilford Street. After 200 metres take the first left at Mecklenburgh Place and follow the road. London House is on your right. Follow the gardens around and the Goodenough Club is about 200 metres on the right-hand side. William Goodenough House is past the gardens on the left.
By train: nearest mainline stations are King’s Cross, St. Pancras, Euston and Farringdon (each 10 minutes walk away).
By bus: numbers: 17, 45 and 46.
By car: on street metered parking is available locally. There is also a NCP-Brunswick Centre Car Park at Russell Square (5 mins walk).
By air: frequent and easy connections are available from Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, London Luton and City airports.

How to get there from Russell Square Tube Station

How to get there from Russell Square Tube Station

Goodenough College, Mecklenburgh Square, London WC1N 2AB

Goodenough College, Mecklenburgh Square, London WC1N 2AB

Churchill Room in London House at Goodenough College, Mecklenburgh Square, London WC1N 2AB

Churchill Room – across the courtyard


Where to stay for the feng shui conference

• At the venue:

• At myhotel – Feng Shui Society London Hotel Partner Discounted rate at and myhotel – Bloomsbury (only 17 min walk from the venue) and myhotel – Chelsea Once you have made payment for the Society Conference you will be sent your promotion code by email. You can then select your preferred hotel from myhotel website. On entering the code you will be shown the exclusive discounted rate of 15%.

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