Susan specializes in Bazi (Four Pillars) Chinese astrology, and Feng Shui Consultations. Bazi Astrological Consultation: Four Pillars Destiny Analysis, I-Ching Divination, and Tarot Card Reading Requires date of birth, hour,… Read More →
Owner and founder of Unity Yoga Teahouse in Vancouver, Susan Horning is a socially-conscious entrepreneur, global traveler, yoga teacher, and astrologist. She currently leads an inclusive community space on Commercial Drive where she offers public classes, private consultations, and courses on yoga and Thai massage. She is a practicing herbalist, and runs a sister company, Unity Herbals in Vancouver in her spare time.
A follower of the Tao, Susan teaches both yin and yang styles of yoga, believing that both are required for a balanced practice. Having completed over 500 hours of training in different traditions, she has a passion for insight meditation and the deep wisdom that arises through stillness, self-inquiry and mindful awareness.
Susan began her studies of Chinese astrology following the death of her father, as an inquiry into her personal relationships. A year of deep spiritual realization and growth attuned her to the nature of Spirit, and in turn spurred her discovery of the metaphysical subject of Feng Shui and Bazi (Four Pillars Astrology). This detailed and methodical practice unfolded a path of understanding which dramatically altered her life.
A student of many masters, Susan has been influenced by her teachers Marlyna Los (Vancouver, Canada), Lily Chung (California, USA), Richard Ashworth (United Kingdom), and most recently Joey Yap (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia). She is deeply grateful for the opportunity to learn first hand from great Masters, and has found the subject of Feng Shui and Bazi enriching both personally and professionally.
Aspiring to assist her clients to know themselves more fully, Susan offers gentle guidance and support along a path of self-discovery. She holds deep trust in destiny and free will, and encourages everyone she meets to find their authentic selves through serving and teaching one another.