Suzy Chiazzari is recognised as a leader in the field of Holistic Design and Colour Therapy. Her work has been featured on radio, television and in many newspapers and magazines. She is a gifted designer, experienced colour coach and healer, international lecturer and enthusiastic workshop leader. Suzy is also a best-selling author and on the panel of experts for several health and design magazines. She is the principal of the Holistic Design Institute and founder of the International Wheel of Colour Association (IWOC).

In her series of inspirational master classes and short courses Suzy shares with you her knowledge and experiences that changed her life, so that you too can enjoy the success and happiness that working with colour and holistic design can bring.

Holistic Design Courses

The Holistic Design institute is a leading UKRLP registered online college that provides specialist training in Interior design, Garden design and Therapeutic Art and Music.

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Colour Therapy Courses

At the Iris School of Colour Therapy we are passionate about colour. We believe that colour is a natural gift that we can use to enrich ourselves, and to help us through the stresses and challenges of life.

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I have been able to transform the small ugly courtyard garden at the back of my house into a wonderful place of peace and tranquility, which I can see out of my window and where I can sit and read or contemplate. My friends and family also love to spend time there too.

Japanese Garden Design