Laura Cerrano is a second generation of Certified Feng Shui Masters and first-generation Certified Usui Reiki Master within her family. She is a graduate of SUNY New Paltz with a double Bachelor's Degree in Art Education and Fine Arts. She began her Feng Shui training in 1997. During her early years and throughout college, Laura simultaneously studied with some of the finest Masters in Feng Shui and Shamanism while obtaining her foundational Feng Shui teachings under the guidance of her mother and mentor, Certified Feng Shui Master, Carole Provenzale.
Laura received her Feng Shui Certification in 2000. Her mother Carole, was one of the first accredited Feng Shui consultants in America, certified and blessed by his High Holiness Grandmaster Professor Lin Yun, through The Metropolitan Institute of Interior Design in 1997. This mother-daughter team established Feng Shui Manhattan in 1997. Laura, like her mom, also teaches at the Metropolitan Institute of Design in NY and offers monthly workshops in-person and virtually throughout the country, monthly empowerment groups, weekly reiki healing circles, and yearly Feng Shui Certification Classes through The Feng Shui Manhattan School. She contributes to and has been featured in Oprah Magazine, BBC Radio, The New York Times, PBS, Bravo TV's "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen,” At Home Podcast with Linda and Drew Scott, HGTV Forever Home - Property Brothers: Season 5 - Go With The Flow, The 98.3 K-JOY Morning Show, CBC Television Documentary called "Superstitious Minds," and News China Television.
Laura advises and helps thousands on issues of personal, professional, and spiritual transformation. Her unique approach to Feng Shui has been credited with reducing stress, anxiety, depression, and has helped improve focus, sleep, and the betterment of overall health and well-being. Laura’s services are also requested during chemotherapy and fertility treatments for complimentary healing. She is currently conducting research for her upcoming book that focuses on bridging the gap between the ancient wisdom of Feng Shui and the psychology, neurological, and physiological health benefits it provides. The intention for these collaborative studies is to establish the practice of Feng Shui as a credible form of preventive and general health care.