Alex Stark

Alex Stark - Golden Gate Feng Shui School Alex Stark is an internationally recognized consultant, advisor, and teacher on issues of transformation, creativity, and healing. A graduate of the Yale University School of Architecture, he is a practitioner of Feng Shui and oriental geomancy and astrology. As such, he advises on issues of personal and collective healing, as well as on the planning and design of hospitals and clinics.

Alex is a recipient of a Ford Foundation scholarship for cross-cultural studies and was named Scholar of the House by Yale University for his studies on XVIc. architecture in Peru. He has been a consultant to the United Nations Development Program on issues of public health and regional planning.

His clients include: Beth Israel Hospital (NYC), Bellevue Hospital, SDTC Pediatric Campus, Continuum Center for Health & Healing, Maimonides Medical Center, Hyatt Retirement Residences, The University of Minnesota Center for Spirituality & Healing, Beth Abraham Hospital Services, Village Care of New York, South Denver Cardiology Hospital, St. Mary’s Duluth Medical Center, Renfield Center for Nursing Excellence (Beth Israel NYC), The Aspen Institute, and many others.

Alex’s work has been featured on CNN, PBS, the Arts & Entertainment Channel, The New York Times, Crain’s, Harper’s, Inc., New York Magazine, and others. He has received a design citation for his feng shui work by the Boston Society of Architects. Alex has lectured at the American Holistic Medical Association, Roger Williams University in Rhode Island, Yale University, University of Minnesota Medical School, Regents College in London, the European School of Feng Shui in Amsterdam, the French School of Geomancy in Paris, the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, the Symposium for Health Care Design, and the International Academy for Design & Health (Karolinska Institute, Sweden).

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How our Landscapes Impact our Prosperity, our Power, and our Health & the Importance of Land Form and Topography in Feng Shui