An Introduction to Classical Feng Shui: A relaxed one day workshop with Richard Ashworth
In the idyllic surrounds of Fintry House, hidden deep in the Surrey Hills, Richard will trace how the principles of contemporary Classical feng shui have developed and how they can be used today.
The underlying principle is that everything there is, is for better or worse affected by sun, season, hot, cold, the damp and the dry:- timing and positioning are the key to taking advantage of the way these factors vary.
In the morning session Richard will explain how these factors have come together to form authentic Chinese feng shui as we know it today. In the afternoon he will host a short tour of Fintry House and grounds to illustrate what feng shui can tell us about the history and functions of the house, and how Classical feng shui attention might emphasise its strengths and compensate for any weaknesses.
Richard Ashworth is one of the most respected Western Masters of classical Chinese feng shui, counting among his teachers both Chinese Masters such as Grand Master Chan Kun Wah and leading Sinologists including Derek Walters and Peter Firebrace. He has practised from Lebanon to Bermuda as well as addressing conferences all over the world. He is one of the few Western Masters to address the Grand Masters at the International Feng Shui Society Conference in Singapore. www.imperialfengshui.info
Fee £50 (to include all refreshments, tea, coffee, home-made cake, etc.)
Please bring a packed lunch.
NB We will be going outside the house too, so please also bring a change of shoes in case of rain.
Places are limited, so book now using the link below to avoid disappointment.
Directions by Car: Fintry is situated in the village of Brook, off the A3/A286, south of Godalming. Driving south on the A286 from Milford to Haslemere, take the lane opposite ‘The Dog and Pheasant’ public house. Just past the cricket ground, turn left into Church Lane. Fintry is some 500 yards along Church Lane on the right.
Directions by Train: The nearest station is Witley on the London Waterloo-Portsmouth line. A more frequent service stops at Haslemere and Godalming. Taxis are available at Haslemere and Godalming stations, but not Witley Station.