With so many people choosing the freedom of working from home, how will you draw good staff to spend time at the office?
By taking care of them via the design and layout of the space.
The new generation of office workers are now interviewing the company, rather than the other way round, and often asking to see their office/desk space before deciding upon whether they will accept an offer. They are keenly aware of the impact of light/space/air etc, and clearly don’t want to work in a suboptimal setting.
At long last, wellness at work is increasingly being taken more and more seriously and feng shui can play a key role in creating a wellness environment. Sarah sits on the Global Wellness Institute’s Wellness Architecture Initiative and is very experienced in creating wellness office spaces, including advising on the use of materials throughout renovations or new builds.
In today’s challenging economy, being further hampered by negative Feng Shui influences is not a risk to which your business should be exposed. So much research agrees that environmental conditions have a direct influence on productivity and happiness of employees.
We will visit your existing office space or help you design a new one, right from scratch, before planning applications or ‘churn them out’ space planning blueprints have been created.
We will help you to reduce negative energy flows and help you make full use of the positive Feng Shui energy available at your commercial premises, strongly increasing likelihood of business success.
To achieve this we use a balance of physical layout, compass fengshui directions and sometimes subtle metaphysical cures. We also look at the electromagnetic pollution that may be present and offer easy cures. But not a trinket in sight….
“Good Feng Shui should be Felt but not Seen”, from small beauty salon to industrial complex, we can help you better align your Feng Shui chi for business success. We work our Feng Shui magic primarily in London, but also allover the UK and internationally, as long as clients pay for a really nice hotel or quaint B&B 😉