Our Feng Shui Master Certification will assist the student in becoming a Feng Shui Master with an exceptional degree of proficiency.
This certification is divided into two phases:
- 4 Feng Shui Master Courses of 6-session each – offered as Self-Study Video Courses and occasionally as Live Webinar
- Feng Shui Master Practicum – Live or self-study courses and 10 case studies. It is intended for individuals who are interested in acquiring a superior level of proficiency in the application of Feng Shui.
Feng Shui Master Courses
The Level 3 – Feng Shui Master Certification courses consist of 4 courses of 6-session each that focus on the practical application of Feng Shui at a more complex and detailed level. It follows and builds naturally on the principles and theory learned in the Level 1 – Feng Shui for Architecture and Interior Design Certification and the Level 2 – Professional Feng Shui Consultant Certification.
These Master Courses review, expand and update the interpretation of a consultation reading. They are designed to give the students a deeper understanding and ability to apply the complex aspects of Feng Shui that were previously learned as theory. Courses are available as self-study video and on occasion as live webinars.
Feng Shui Master Practicum (Case Study Review)
To complete this Feng Shui Certification Program, students are also required to complete 10 full-cycle case studies.
Practical cases and direct experience of working with a client are crucial to advance to the level of Feng Shui Master. The 10-cases required for the completion of this Mastery Program will provide hands-on experience working with clients under a Senior Master’s supervision. Each One-on-One Online Mentorship Meeting is 2-hour long and will cover a maximum of 2 (two) cases per meeting (min. 5 Practicum Meetings).
By this stage, the student is expected to have acquired significant skills and experience. Hence, students are strongly advised to strive to work with as many (and various) building typologies as possible, as well as a diverse combination of building cycles and orientations.
During each meeting, the student will demonstrate their experience as if they are already working professionally as a Feng Shui consultant. They will need to apply proficiently what was learned during the course and its pre-requisites.
The final goal is for each student to become certified as an expert in Feng Shui, a Feng Shui Master.
How to Become a Feng Shui Master?
The first steps are to complete our Level 1 Certification, Feng Shui for Architecture, Interior Design and Landscape, and complete the Level 2 Professional Feng Shui Consultant Certification. Students who have completed these pre-requisites will be given access to register for the Level 3 Feng Shui Master Certification Courses and Practicum. Hence, while students are attending these Master Courses, they can be simultaneously working on their practical case studies.
Students are advised to be familiar with basic practices of design like reading a floor plan or making basic hand drawing modification to an existing plan. Our training is not a substitute for architectural or interior design training, as such training is beyond the scope of this Program. Students interested in becoming professional consultants for architectural projects are advised to already have or to complete additional studies such as: Technical Drafting, Fundamentals of Design, Color Theory, Lighting Design, and Surface Materials. The acquisition of this knowledge is at the sole discretion of the student, and he or she will be rewarded with a higher degree of professionalism in the field once it is acquired.
Upon completion of the Mastery courses and case studies, students will receive a Feng Shui Master Certificate.
Learn more about the Level 1 – Feng Shui for Architecture and Design Certification Program
“Your insights are amazing, and one can understand how masters work a lifetime to learn the art of Feng Shui.”
-P.R., Thousand Oaks, CA
“I feel like my readings have greatly improved in the last couple of years. I think it’s a good idea to require students to read lots of buildings – mistakes and all – because I would not be at this point if I hadn’t read so many buildings. I am now quite confident that the readings I have done match the experience of the people who live in them. Especially for people who have lived in the house for many years.”
—T. B., Civil Engineer, Santa Cruz, CA