“R.D. Chin brings such enthusiasm and expertise to his practice that we’re honored to be working with him at both the in-house and online levels here at the Open Center. He explains core concepts in an accessible way that makes you hungry for more no matter where on your educational journey you currently are.” —A.S.
Feng Shui is an ancient art developed over three millennia ago in China. It is a complex body of knowledge that reveals how to balance the energies of any given space to assure the health and good fortune for the people inhabiting it. Urban Feng Shui applies these principles to apartment and city-living contexts.
Applying the theory and principles taught by RD’s teacher and mentor, the late feng shui HH Grandmaster Lin Yun, this class will give you the tools you need to transform your personal space and, importantly, the mindset that goes with it. This 4-week online course combines Western design principles with Feng Shui to align any space with dimensions of spirit, character, and a feeling of balance. This class is great for both the lay person as well as the budding Feng Shui consultant.
NOTE: Students must have access to a computer with a web browser for this ONLINE ONLY course, and may need to download free software to use some course features. Password-protected access to the course website is permitted only during the dates that this course is being held; PASSWORDS WILL BE ISSUED THE NIGHT BEFORE THE COURSE BEGINS; and user accounts will be deleted once the course is over. Audio-visual materials on the website are not downloaded but streamed through the web browser. Open Center Online Learning courses give students access to teachers and other students through several interactive tools on the course websites.
Please view our F.A.Q. (Frequently Asked Questions) for more detailed information about Open Center Online Learning courses.
RD Chin is author of Feng Shui Revealed: An Aesthetic, Practical Approach to the Ancient Art of Space Alignment published by Clarkson Potter of Random House. In addition, he has been interviewed for many newspaper and magazine articles, including The New York Times, Prestige Magazine and Metropolitan Home. He has been featured on Lifetime Television, HGTV and other major TV programs.
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