Lucky Dragon Feng Shui Tip of the Month
by Christina Captain, DAOM, MSAOM, MSHN, MA
Make the entrance to your home strong! The front door is considered the mouth of Qi. Keep an unobstructed, open flow of energy to the front door. This means there are no recycling bins, cracked old pots with dead cactus or any other items blocking the flow of Qi to your front door. Keep it clean, fresh and flowing––this is always the best Feng Shui. The most auspicious Feng Shui flow of energy to the front door is a smooth and meandering path that resembles water flow. Follow this tip, and abundant health will be yours.
Dr. Christina Captain is nationally board-certified by the National Commission for Certification in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She is the lead practitioner at the Family Healing Center which she founded in 2000. She earned her Masters degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Academy of Chinese Healing Arts, Sarasota. In 2014, she earned a Master of Science degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport, CT, and holds a Doctorate in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine with focus in integrative medicine and pain management from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, Austin, TX.
Prior to becoming a practitioner of Oriental Medicine, Dr. Captain earned a Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology and Communication Disorders from the University of Central Florida. She remains an actively licensed speech pathologist in the state of Florida. Dr. Captain is also an expert Feng Shui practitioner and teacher who studied under Nancilee Wydra of the Feng Shui Institute of America, before originating her own style, Essential Balance Feng Shui. Since this discipline is a branch of Oriental Medicine, she often blends Feng Shui principles into her treatment plans.