Long Island, NY, October 03, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- “Research proves that its not just plants, but elements of the natural world that has a significant impact on our well-being,” says Ms. Calamia. In this one-hour lecture, Maureen will explain how the natural world affects us not only in a physical way, but mental, emotional and spiritually. She will give some guidance on how you can connect with your indoor environments and integrate nature indoors through Feng Shui and Biophilic design principles.
The presentation will take place on Friday, October 19th at 9am at the Berkner Building.
After studying Feng Shui for several years, Maureen has integrated principles of biophilic design that is a more modern expression of the ancient discipline of Feng Shui. She is also writing a book about Feng Shui and biophilic design to be published in 2013.
About Luminous Spaces
Luminous Spaces offers Feng Shui consultations and sustainable product guidance to business and residential clients. In addition, Maureen is author of “The Feng Shui Workplace: Practical Business Strategies” and co-creator/faculty member of the Universal Feng Shui Practitioner Training Program offered at Metropolitan Institute of Design in NY. She offers Feng Shui workshops throughout the NYC-metro region. Maureen is a Board member of the International Feng Shui Guild and chair of the Green Living & Design Committee. A green-certified business (Green America Network) and member of Institute of Building Biology, she also volunteers and is on the Board of Trustees for Sweetbriar Nature Center, a nature education and wildlife rehabilitation center in Smithtown, NY. www.luminous-spaces.com
NYSOEA (NY State Outdoor Education Association) is the professional membership organization supporting outdoor and environmental education and interpretive services in New York State since 1968.
About the NYSEOA Conference
Being held at Brookhaven National Lab, Upton, NY on Long Island from October 18-21. This year’s theme is on STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. For more information contact Mary Miller at (516) 241-7048. Visit www.nysoeaorg.