Equate Feng Shui

Using the principles of Feng Shui – learn how to improve the flow of energy throughout your living spaces.                        

This revitalisation creates homes that are a reflection of YOU and consciously aligns personal aspirations to the dynamics of your home environment.          

31st October 2015      9.45 am – 2.00 pm  

Cost $45                    

Venue  The Lotus Yoga Centre, 91 Ruapehu St, Paraparaumu.                                                             

To make a booking                                                     

Rosemary Nelson Mob 027 2610892
Email rosemary@equate.net.nz             www.equate.net.nz

This is what others say about my workshops

Recently I was very fortunate to attend Rosemary’s ‘Feng Shui made easy’ course. One word will sum this course up – fantastic.
I have always had an interest in the subject – and by attending this course – the subject now makes more sense to me and inspires me to learn more. Books are good to read and refer back to, but learning from somebody who is an expert in Feng Shui allowed me to become much more informed. I highly recommend Rosemary and her courses to anyone who wishes to learn more about Feng Shui.

Sandra Pringle
Kapiti, New Zealand.

Thank you ever so much for your help in teaching some amazing tools in Feng Shui, I was in my element. I am so glad I was part of your course and I was able to connect with the spiritual essence of Feng Shui – you are very talented. Your energy, charisma and knowledge has put me back on track with skills I will practice and use for life. I would love to keep training with you and learn more.

Vicki Moyle
Kapiti, New Zealand.

Rosemary – I will certainly be recommending your workshop. I wanted to let you I got the job I applied for! I honestly can’t believe it. So stoked. I’m sure there was something kind of magical at play, as it all began the very day I completed clearing my career path and turned the prosperity corner of the house into a lovely clutter-free bedroom. Amazing. A big thank you from me and my whanau.

Becca Hunt
Kapiti, New Zealand.