Gail Casalini




Finding balance for each of us in our living spaces brings a sense of balance and well-being to our lives.  Yin and Yang are two opposing yet complementary forces found in all things.  One can not exist without the other.  We can not have dark without light, soft without hard, small without big or receptive without reflective.

the five elements

By incorporating the five elements of fire, earth, metal, water and wood we can create that balance.


Chi flow

Flow is encouraged in several different ways.  To begin we must remove obstacles that prevent chi from flowing freely.  There needs to be clear pathways as one enters the home so the chi can enter and energize all of the areas in our living spaces.  Chi is encouraged to flow by the thoughtful placement of furnishings such as round tables, smooth surfaces and soft treatments. Chi is personal and travels with us and is unique to each one of us.


​​​​How Does Feng Shui Work?

Feng Shui (Fung Shway) translates as "Wind and Water" and is an ancient Chinese art of improving areas in your life by enhancing your environment.  Wind and Water are representative of the invisible and visible energies "chi" that flow in each of us and in all things that surrounds us. When we blend our lives with our surroundings we create comfortable  and harmonious spaces to live and work in.

"Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail." Ralph Waldo Emerson

I am a Certified Feng Shui Consultant with a degree in Interior Design/Space Planning focusing on decorating and arranging your home with characteristics that describe you by using the ancient art of Feng Shui. This is accomplished by thoughtful placement and arrangement of furniture and objects, as well as intention setting, space clearing and organization to give you a design that creates balance, compliments your lifestyle and reflects who you are today.