[caption id="attachment_25243" align="alignnone" width="640"] Feng shui bedroom. Photo: Facebook OZERA Interiors[/caption]
As part of it’s free Wellbeing Happy Hour series, Stars’n’Bars welcomes two women to talk about feng shui and psychogenealogy on Tuesday, November 21.
Feng shui specialist Tiina Gallas, founder of OZERA Interiors, graduated as an Interior Architect from the École Nationale du Bâtiment in France with a specialisation in Sustainable Interior Design. She then went on to obtain a Feng Shui Interior Designer certificate from the New York Institute of Art & Design.
“Today, many of us strive for a healthy, joyful and balanced living in this fast-paced modern world and a well-designed space can contribute to finding harmony in our lives,” the native Finn, who has lived in the region for 15 years, said.
“My specialisation in feng shui and ecological interior design will help create balanced, healthy and harmonious interiors without forgetting aesthetic details, the touch of luxury, sensuality and beauty.”
The second guest speaker on Tuesday is Nancy Novena, an authorised Bach flower consultant. It was in the 1930s when British homeopath Edward Bach claimed that the dew found on flower petals retain imagined healing properties of that plant.
Ms Novena uses Bach flower techniques to reharmonise emotions – to build self-confidence and find happiness and inner peace – as well as for psychogenealogy, a form of therapy that identifies and provides insight into negative patterns that can be transmitted across generations.
Stars'n'Bars weekly health hour, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, takes place at the downstair's bar and provides an opportunity to meet wellbeing specialists while enjoying complimentary snacks. No entre fee or reservation required.
Tuesday, November 28, features Beauty Concept’s Salima and Habiba Vilches of Reiki Usui.
Article first published November 18, 2017.
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Zurich, the richest city in Switzerland, has discovered that among the 9,000 homes designated for those in need, many are currently occupied by millionaires.
Having found out at the end of 2014 that 132 millionaires were living in ‘social housing,’ the city authorities have introduced a maximum annual income of 200,000 euros to qualify for municipal housing, according to local newspaper Neue Zurcher Zeitung.
Since 2011, the city has insisted that one-third of homes in new developments should be made available to those on low incomes. The authorities had failed to check on the eligibility of those who moved in to social housing before that date.
[caption id="attachment_25405" align="alignnone" width="640"] Glen Tuggle. Photo: Facebook Ballets de Monte-Carlo[/caption]
The Ballets de Monte-Carlo and their choreographer-director Jean-Christophe Maillot announced “with great sadness” the death of Ballet Master Glen Tuggle. He had been with the company for twelve years, from 2005.
He was "a passionate artist able to follow a piece down to the smallest detail and transmit it enthusiastically to the dancers,” the Ballets said in a press release on Tuesday evening, November 21.
"We will keep an image of our friend, as a smiling and fanatical teacher, who, until the end, was devoted to the choreographic art.”
The company added, "To his family, his friends and all those who had the chance to cross his path, we send our deepest condolences and share their pain."
Tuesday 28 March, 12.15 pm, Monaco Multimedia Library (José Notari Sound Library)
Picnic Music: The Rolling Stones – Shine a Light directed by Martin Scorcese on the big screen
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