Teachers and mentors

Teachers & Mentors

Grand Master Chan Kun Wah


Chue style Feng Shui has been passed down from master to student for many centuries. This knowledge can be traced back to the Imperial reign of the Chan family of the Song Dynasty in 960AD. The current Grand Master, Grand Master Chan Kun Wah, began studying at the age of 14 and was entrusted with the secrets of this ancient skill.  Great Grand Master Chue Yen believed that the scared teachings should be brought to the west. He entrusted Grand Master Chan Kun Wah with this task. To continue the linage and keep the ancient tradition alive the Chue Foundation was set up by Grand Master Chan Kun Wah, who presently resides in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Denise Linn


Denise Linn is an international lecturer, healer and writer who has not only written 15 books but has appeared in documentaries and lectured in 19 countries. A world-acclaimed expert in Feng Shui and space clearing, Denise has distilled the information and wisdom into her teachings that she gained from indigenous cultures around the planet— the aborigines of Australia, the Zulu in Africa, the Maori of New Zealand (where she was given the title of tohunga), as well as from her own Native American roots.