Feng Shui Master Joey Yap Shows You How to Adapt to Change in 2011

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Feng Shui Master Joey Yap

The Year of the Metal Rabbit promises to be full of unexpected changes. International Feng Shui Master Joey Yap will show you how to adapt to embrace all that is in store by using feng shui and astrology in his “How to Adapt to Change” seminar at the Sheraton Fisherman’s Wharf Hotel located at 2500 Mason St. in San Francisco on March 13, 2011.

Yap, the Founder and Master Trainer of the Mastery Academy of Chinese Metaphysics, an academic institution represented in over 30 countries worldwide, will be showing attendees how to explore their astrological forecast for 2011 and select auspicious dates for different types of personal and professional endeavours, discover which opportunities and challenges are in store for them, and will be discussing how Feng Shui, Chinese astrology, date selection and Face Reading (Mian Xiang) in dealing with people, can be used as potential tools to steer one’s life towards success and happiness.

Tickets are on sale today and can be purchased online at: www.masteryacademy.com/sanfrancisco

Yap is a frequent guest on TV and radio talk shows is the best-selling author of many books including Stories & Lessons on Feng Shui, Mian Xiang: Discover Face Reading, BaZi-The Destiny Code and its sequel, BaZi-The Destiny Code Revealed, Feng Shui for Homebuyers-Interior and Feng Shui for Homebuyers-Exterior, Personal Date Selection and Feng Shui for Home Owners – Apartment Buyers. His works have garnered him many rave reviews by international newspapers and magazines such as International Herald Tribune, Prestige Singapore, Sunday Times Australia, and many others.  He regularly fills convention halls with upwards of 3,000 people and his students comprise of thousands globally. For more information visit: www.masteryacademy.com/sanfrancisco

Presented by Sasha Lee Consultants, an international consulting firm specializing in Feng Shui and Chinese Astrology services and audits, this annual event draws over 400 people each year.

“Joey Yap is phenomenal,” says Korean American Sasha Lee. “I’m excited to be bringing this traditional Chinese discipline to the mainstream. I hope this event will show the public how practical feng shui can be.”

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