Tracy Miller is a Certified Feng Shui consultant and holds a diploma from the Feng Shui Institute of America.
She has studied with feng shui masters Nancilee Wydra, Angel Thompson and William Spear among other internationally known experts. Originally trained in what is called scientific feng shui (often referred to as Pyramid School feng shui), Ms. Miller also studies and practices traditional compass school feng shui, “three-door” feng shui (Black Hat feng shui), Geomantic charting (which looks at the element of time in relationship to the environment), color theory, and theories of feng shui and personality. She is a professional member of the International Feng Shui Guild.
Ms. Miller is a popular lecturer and has presented programs for the Sherwin Williams Company, the International Facilities Management Association, the Rotary Club, the Mid-South Business Roundtable and the American Institute of Architects. She produced and hosted her own internet and local cable television show entitled “Natural Living” and published a monthly feng shui column in the Middleboro Gazette, a New England regional newspaper. She has appeared on the HGTV show Ground Breakers and been featured on numerous radio interview shows in Atlanta, GA and Boston, MA. Her work has also been shown in the magazine Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles. She is a registered member of the
“For me, feng shui is the highest and best use of my innate sensitivity to the environment. I look forward every day to meeting and helping my clients create spaces that support and encourage them. Seeing people succeed in their own lives with the help of feng shui is the biggest delight I can imagine.”
In addition to her feng shui practice, Ms. Miller is a dedicated dancer of Argentine Tango, an amateur pianist, an aromatherapy enthusiast and an admirer of all things French. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Georgia and studied Cultural Anthropology at the Masters level at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. She currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia.