There are many different schools of Feng Shui. Some of the common terms used to refer to the traditional practices are East/West school, FormSchool, CompassSchool, Wandering Stars, and Flying Star Feng Shui.
The school of Feng Shui practiced by Feng Shui Toronto is called Xuan Kong Feng Shui. In English, a good term for this is "Time-Space" Feng Shui. Time-Space Feng Shui looks at the entire triad of luck, taking into account not only the physical space, but who uses it, and how. The element of time also comes into play.
In Time-Space Feng Shui, compass readings, landforms, roads, water bodies, the year of building construction, the current calendar, and even the birthdays the people who use the space are taken into account. Proper considerations of all these factors allows the Feng Shui practitioner to obtain the most comprehensive analysis possible.
Sometimes people will use the term Xuan Kong Feng Shui interchangeably with the words "Flying Star" Feng Shui. This is a misnomer. Flying Star Feng Shui (Xuan Kong Fei Xing) is an important part of Xuan Kong Feng Shui, but it is not the whole story. For major considerations such as landscaping, water-feature placement, or date selection for major events such as moving or business openings, the flying stars alone do not give the full picture. Xuan Kong Da Gua, which specifically studies the subtle flow of earth energy, is required to complement the flying stars and provide the full picture.
Feng Shui Toronto uses both the Fei Xing and Da Gua aspects of the Xuan Kong school to help you make the most of the qi available to you in your space.