Vanderbilt Student Organization, C3, Hosts ‘Mind Body Home’ Workshop - Local Feng Shui Expert, Tisha Morris, Facilitates ‘Healthy Home’ Class for Community

03/24/2013 23:31


Vanderbilt Student Organization, C3, hosts, “Mind Body Home: Creating Healthy Home Environment for Healing and Wholeness” workshop facilitated by feng shui expert, Tisha Morris, on Saturday, April 6, 2013, from 12-2pm at Student Life Center (lower level room 3) on the Vanderbilt Campus located at 310 25th Ave S, Nashville (37240). Admission is free and open to the general public.

This class will identify how our home can be used as a tool for healing using feng shui, space clearing, and clutter clearing techniques. Specific tips and suggestions will be given to assist:
•           nutrition
•           sleeping
•           setting boundaries
•           energy levels
•           finding one's authentic self
•           moving from a healthcare facility to home

Feng shui expert and workshop facilitator, Tisha Morris, “Our home should be a sanctuary for healing and wholeness, not an obstacle or even the source of the problem. This class is intended for healthcare professionals in instructing patients and clients, as well as anyone interested in making positive changes to their home and life.”

About Tisha Morris
Tisha Morris is a feng shui consultant and the author of Feng Shui Your Life (Turner Publishing) and the upcoming book, Mind Body Home (Llewellyn Worldwide). Prior to entering the healing arts, Tisha practiced law and obtained a Fine Arts degree in Interior Design. She is also a certified life coach, energy healer, and a yoga instructor. More information is available at

About C3
C3 stands for Creative + Conscious Community and acts as a platform to encourage personal transformation through integrating creative forces and conscious practices. C3 provides resources to the Vanderbilt and Nashville community by hosting various educational workshops, informative seminars and movement practices. C3 promotes sustainable living as a means of enjoyment while acting as a sanctuary for positive reinforcement and personal development. More information is available at