Elaine Giftos Wright is an international Feng Shui expert, consultant, speaker, and media personality. She is the owner and founder of The Wright Way of Feng Shui, a company dedicated to improving the lives of others.
Elaine has been well trained in the art of Feng Shui. Having studied under some of the greatest masters in the world, she has a special allegiance to her mentor and teacher, Grand Master Professor Thomas Lin Yun. Under his tutelage in Berkeley, CA, Elaine has become one of the most sought after and respected Feng Shui consultants in the U.S., traveling far and wide to accommodate her clientele. Elaine works closely with all of her individual and organizational clients to help them achieve their desired results, without changing or altering the style and taste of the client. She is very sensitive to the needs of the client, and will never impose a Feng Shui “remedy” that will seem obtrusive. With her keen sense of design and her expert knowledge of Feng Shui, she will always find a Feng Shui adjustment that fits the taste of the client.
“My greatest joy is helping people achieve happier lives. I love the calls from clients who report all the positive changes in their lives after our Feng Shui work.”
Over time, Elaine has developed a large following of satisfied clients willing to speak highly of her extraordinary Feng Shui skills. Her clients include hundreds of family homes, corporate offices, restaurants, hotels, schools, shopping centers, and physician, attorney and dentist offices. Elaine is often contacted by architects, builders, interior designers, and landscapers who seek advice on their prospective projects. Elaine also has a large client roster of TV, film, and music industry celebrities. She uses a practical approach to the application of Feng Shui, which often results in positive changes within a short amount of time.
Some of you may recognize Elaine from her former work in the entertainment industry. As a young girl, she began her career as a ballerina with the New York City Ballet Company, and then went on to perform on Broadway in numerous plays and musicals. In her early twenties, she came to California to star in the television series, “The Young Interns” and to play opposite Barbra Streisand and Jack Nicholson in “On a Clear Day You Can See Forever.” Since then, she has starred in hundreds of TV shows and films including, Three’s Company, Magnum P.I., Ally McBeal and Murder She Wrote, to name a few.