Amy Theisen (pronounced Tyson) comes to Chinese Metaphysics from a background in microbiology, technology, and science teaching. She was the Director of Distance Learning at the University of Minnesota’s Bell Museum of Natural History, where the program she created on the equivalent of an Emmy for Science Learning. Her work was rewarding, but it was also taxing on her health. In 1999, she finally backed away to take care of herself and her family and established her home office.
In 2004, she was introduced to Feng Shui (Fung Schway) through a series of serendipitous events. When her husband decided to opt-out of a Feng Shui retreat he had signed up for, she willingly took his place. After learning Western Feng Shui at this retreat, she knew there had to be more to the story and began studying with Dato Joey Yap of the Mastery Academy of Chinese Metaphysics in Malaysia. In 2008, She earned her Master’s degrees in both Feng Shui and BaZi (Destiny Analysis) and continues to deepen her knowledge in other aspects of metaphysics.
Today, women who are on a quest for success and happiness hire her to help them transform their lives and find their joy. Amy is the catalyst that leads people to live their life destiny by design connected beautifully to their Divine Source.