About Vicki

Vicki Sauvage

Vicki was a nurse specialising in psychiatry, drug and alcohol and palliative care amongst other domains or nursing care.

She Qualified as a Feng Shui Consultant in 1997, and is currently taking a sabbatical until 2021 - time to re-evaluate and reconsider its application in daily life.

She qualified as an instructor for Master Liu Wanchun in Traditional Sun long form. She has been teaching under his auspices since 2013.

She was involved in the first trials of MiCBT (Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behaviour Therapy) at the Hobart Clinic in 2003 /04. She does NOT teach MiCBT and is not authorised to do so but has a personal practice that dates from that time.

Feng Shui Qualifications

Certified Practitioner and teacher for Master H. Liu - National Association of Feng Shui Australia. Original certification November 1997. Since then Vicki has systematically collected information and case studies on Feng Shui application in collaboration with her peers and her clients. She writes in depth case studies, articles and regular blogs on matters Feng Shui, Chinese Astrology and Mindfulness. She has also edited 3 manuscripts on Chinese Astrology for Dr Jin Peh.

In 1997 she graduated as a Level 2 Feng Shui Practitioner from the National Academy of Feng Shui Australia, (NAFSA). Since then she has built a successful practice in both within Australia and overseas.

In addition she has been editor of several Chinese Astrology books and writes regular articles, e-books and blogs on Traditional Feng Shui. You can see a list of the titles below.

Vicki has been constantly in pursuit of upgrades to her Feng Shui training, undertaking advanced courses most years since graduating. She has studied with many other internationally renown masters including:

  • Master Henry Liu
  • Professor Chen
  • Master Raymond Lo
  • Master Joseph Yu
  • Master Peter Leung
  • Grand Master Yap Cheng Hai
  • Master Siou Foon Lee
  • Previously Board Member of International Feng Shui Association Australia Chapter.

She has travelled to China several times. The most recent visit was October 2011 and Taiwan in 2013 then Singapore, Indonesia and Hong Kong in recent times.

Sauvage Feng Shui & Design

In 1994 Vicki graduated from the University of Tasmania with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She finished a 5 year collaboration with Richard Skinner (in 2001). Since then she has directed her creative skills to helping people design or redesign their homes and business places. It is such an honour to be working with people on their most sacred space - their homes! She has also been involved in larger scale commercial projects in her collaboration with esteemed and award winning Tasmanian Architect Patrick Yeung. These commercial projects include Chinese restaurant, Chinese Cultural Centre, Australian Airline call centre, large international telecommunication company. As well she has collaborated with many Tasmanian architects on innovative design in commercial and domestic buildings.

She has helped design many homes in Hobart either as the initial go to person, or alongside other building designers and design professionals. She also has a very extensive network of reliable trades and designers she can refer you to for next stages.

She also collaborated with Maggie and Ronnie Burns on their extensive site development at Appin Hall.

Mindfulness, Tai Chi and Chi Gong

Vicki has been involved in teaching all three modalities. They are all connected to a sense of the centre and the stillness in movement and the movement in stillness.

There are MANY forms of Tai Chi and 10,000 forms of Chi Gong, but stillness is stillness and our invitation is find the centre of all things and move towards that.

We run regular 2.5 hour workshops throughout the year and you are invited to learn more here. Regular practice is the key to restoration of balance and equanimity and ultimately resilience.

The route to perfection is daily practice - not magic.
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+ 61 3 6239 0126

0427 902 220

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