Feng Shui Institute International to Host Workshop on Neuro-Architecture

Feng Shui Institute International will host a workshop on the emerging topic of neuro-architecture at its upcoming conference in St. Augustine, Florida, November 4 - 6, 2005.

Rockaway, NJ (PRWEB) April 1, 2005 -- Feng Shui Institute International (FSII) is pleased to announce that Beverly Payeff Masey will present a special workshop, “Putting Neuro-Architecture to Work,” as part of the FSII bi-annual conference and educational forum in St. Augustine, Florida, November 4 – 6, 2005.

Ms. Masey is a pioneer in vision-science investigation for architecture, an internationally experienced design professional and the developer of Image Diagnostics®. She will highlight fascinating neuroscientific discoveries in a presentation developed specifically for architects, designers, feng shui consultants, and anyone else interested in “neuro-architecture”, an important new field emerging from collaboration between neuroscientists and the architecture and design communities. She will reveal the latest findings about specific ways new brain-sciences can enable design practitioners to boost insight into their clients while simultaneously increasing control over design projects.

The workshop price is $99 and will be offered on Saturday, November 5th from 6 – 9 p.m. at the Renaissance Resort in St. Augustine. The workshop is also included at no extra charge for attendees of the full conference. For further information about the FSII “Feng Shui and the Power of Intention” conference, or Ms. Masey’s workshop, please visit FSII’s website (http://www.fengshui-ii.org/fengshuiconference.htm) or contact Barbara Taylor, FSII Executive Director at 973-586-3744.

About Feng Shui Institute International (FSII)
FSII is a non-profit international membership organization dedicated to fostering Pyramid School Feng Shui and the vital connection between person and place. Pyramid School practitioners help clients reach their goals by evaluating the impact of the physical environment on the human experience. Recommendations are substantiated with current social and scientific research in diverse fields such as: biology, psychology, anthropology, physics, ergonomics, and color theory. If you are interested in hiring a Feng Shui consultant, or in learning more about FSII and Pyramid Feng Shui, please visit the website (http://www.fengshui-ii.org) or contact Barbara Taylor, FSII Executive Director, at 973-586-3744.


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