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Gee KaiYi Gahir - (Feng Shui Yogini

London-based Gee is an award-winning market access lead in healthcare and life science. She currently works as an NHS Holistic Health & lifestyle coach transforming lives through non-clinical mind-body-space healing modalities. 

Curious to understand how the environment shapes health & well-being, Gee trained in an authentic lineage of Feng Shui, Chue Style, in 2007  with 'Golden Dragon' Master Kajal.

Fascinated with the synergy between optimizing environmental conditions to support well-being, and curious to learn about the relationship between health and environment, she furthered her studies with Grand Master Chan Kun Wah, one of the top Yuen Hom Feng Shui Masters in the world. 

After graduating she was given a seal with her name translated Kai yi',  凯(kǎi)  怡(yí)  meaning 'victorious and pleasant', which she respectfully adopted as an alias.  


Having embodied Chue style feng shui principles and reaping the benefits of transformation in her own life, Gee has traveled extensively across the globe sharing the wisdom of Chue Feng Shui.


Gee was the CHUE UK Research Coordinator from 2017-2022, facilitating research forums and project work for the UK team.

An accredited Module A and B Chue Style Teacher since 2013, she delivers training courses infused with storytelling and passion, exemplifying experiences of transformation. 

Passionate about creating homes and workplaces that exude vitality and harmony, she has recently taken a break from teaching, to concentrate on bespoke new build projects in the UK and Canada. 




Do you value health? How can we extend the longevity of our well-being?

Why do some environments support health and vitality, whilst others cause deterioration? 

Our environment can and does influence our well-being. Just as crops benefit from rotation in fields, so too does the environment influence our energy body on a yearly basis, depending on numerous factors such as orientation, room placements, color, and even shapes and structures in the garden.  Chue Style Feng Shui offers insights into these energetic nuances and solutions to correct misalignments. Addressing the energetic 'flow' from the outside in, and fixing missing areas are vital principles to manifesting balance and harmony to support the whole family. The benefits of Chue Style Feng Shui are numerous, restful sleep, energised and focused in studies and successful career progression, harmonious relationships, and abundant financial flow. 


Studies conducted on geo-pathological stress have shown evidence of the relationship between people’s well-being and the natural energies. While negative energy can adversely affect the nervous system, the genetic code and the immune system, positive energy can sustain our well-being,

Properly applied, Feng Shui creates harmonious environments fit for their use & purpose.

Application of Feng Shui Principles to Major Cities in the World.pdf

Chue Lineage History 

There are many different styles of Feng Shui available, mostly divided into two categories: Form and Compass. Ba Chop, Sam Hap, Sam Yuan and Yuen Hom are just some of the different methods or styles of Feng Shui. Chue Style Feng Shui was introduced to the West by Grand Master Chan Kun Wah, preserving the authenticity and purity of practice. It is one of the only practices that integrate both form and compass and uses the most advanced style of Feng Shui, Imperial Yuen Hom relating to the 64 hexagrams (I ching).

“From nothing to everything, and from everything to nothing”.

The authenticity of Chue Style Feng Shui can be traced to an Imperial Master who served the Imperial Palace King in the Imperial Court of China for centuries. 

Read more about the lineage of the Chue style of Feng Shui



​A Scientist by profession, Gee began her career in medical research at St Bartholomews Hospital, London.

She recognised environmental conditions and timing are the key to a successful experiment.

After completing a Masters in Neuroscience, her interest in creating health transitioned organically from the laboratory to nutrition.

She qualified as a Nutritionist and Naturopath at the College of Natural Nutrition in 2000 whilst pursuing a career in Life Sciences and the Pharmaceutical industry. 

After almost two decades of observing and researching Holistic therapies coupled with the principles of Energy medicine, her search for preserving well-being was answered through the ancient practice of Chue Style Feng Shui.

Studying and applying Grand Master Chan Kun Wahs teachings of Chue Style Feng Shui, transformed her life, she now invites others to benefit the same.  

Nothing is 'too good to be true' when aligned with the Laws of Nature. 

Gee is an NHS Personalised Care Lead, pioneering non-clinical prevention services. She facilitates well-being using Mind-Body-Space solutions to support healing and self-supported management through Health Coaching. 

Our environment holds the key to

Health, Harmony, and Happiness. 

Mother Nature is her laboratory, the five elements her 'tools' that harmonize the 'yin and yang' principles within an environment to align health, and harmony which enable families to thrive. 

Connect with Gee to book a well-being coaching consultation here. 


to transform lives with Chue Style Feng Shui

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