A 60 min Individual Private Session is S$150. 90min is S$180.
Package of 5 sessions (60mins) is S$700. Package of 5 sessions (75mins) is S$800.

    • Active Meditations with Swami Nadam
    • Breathe & Meditate with Pat
    • iRest®️ Yoga Nidra Meditation, Sacred Space Dyad Co-meditation with Felicia
    • Yoga Nidra with Tingles


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Yoga Nidra is a process of meditative self-inquiry derived from the ancient teachings of Yoga. It comprises of techniques designed to bring about first-hand knowing of who and what you really are when you are free of psychological, societal, and philosophical conditioning, helping you explore all that you consider yourself to be – body, senses, heart and mind. The practice reflects a nondual understanding of life: it merges us, the human, with the sacred, and is practiced by embracing everything, just as it is, and rejecting nothing. Nonduality (or nondualism) is a way of living life, whereby, in each moment, you feel your interconnectedness with everyone and everything around you. It is not just a philosophy or an experience, but a way of being in the world. The teachings of nonduality underlie the practice of iRest®️ Yoga Nidra Meditation.  iRest is a contemporary adaptation of Yoga Nidra. It shares many basic principles and techniques with other forms of Yoga Nidra, but differs in various ways. iRest provides techniques to help you inquire into your current, unique experience of seeing, feeling, hearing, sensing, tasting, smelling and thinking.

Nidra means “sleep” or “changing states of consciousness,” and in the context of Yoga Nidra, it refers to your capacity to abide knowingly as a nondual, unchanging, and wakeful Presence in the midst of the changing circumstances of life.
Sessions are customised to match the individuals’ inner journey and intentions for healing.


In a shared sacred space, we can meet one-on-one, and welcome everything, just as it is. Integrated with techniques from iRest®️ Yoga Nidra Meditation, these Dyad Co-meditations allow us to experience and learn to sit face-to-face with ourselves, by sitting face-to-face with another. When done with an experienced Practitioner, we enter into a mediative space, meeting without agenda to fix or change, and unconditionally welcome and mirror all that is arising. You learn to meet yourself ‘here,’ in your own presence, while meeting yourself ‘there,’ mirrored in your partner (in this case, the Practitioner). In this way, we gradually become an unconditional presence to every moment in life. In these sessions, we always go with what is arising for you in the moment, letting your experience lead the way, welcoming all messengers that will help align and act with your highest truth and authenticity. By remembering to fully meet each moment, just as it is, resolutions and integration spontaneously occurs. These sessions offer a safe, sacred space for self-inquiry and healing through integrated rest and support.


What is Active Meditation?
Active Meditation is the process of mindfully and intentionally creating an action or a series of action to help us bring our focus to the present moment. This can be through movement, sound or breathwork or a combination of these.

Why Active Meditation?
Modern city living demands much from us. We are always on the go. We are juggling multiple things at the same time. Distractions are ever present at every turn. The idea of always moving, always achieving, always getting more has become part of our psyche. Seeking to meditate, to enter into silence, by just sitting still is a challenge for many of us.

Through a series of guided activities, one is slowly eased into a meditative space. This process is especially helpful for busy individuals. Imagine the difference between applying sudden emergency braking vs a smooth gradual easing in of brakes to slow and stop a vehicle if you will. For beginners, this is an excellent introduction to slowing down and for active meditators, this helps take you deeper into silence.

What do I need to do?
Come with a curious mind and an open heart to try. Comfortable clothing that allows for some movement will help you best experience the session but your usual clothing is often sufficient. Chairs can be arranged for you if needed. An empty stomach is recommended as some of the techniques may have rigorous movements.


Why private coaching?

In a 1-1 setting, you will receive fully personalised instruction and guidance that is unique to you. No more generic meditations that you can’t get into, and no more wondering why you just can’t seem to make meditation work. With the support of a coach, you’ll figure out your particular doorways into the meditative state that you can access with ease and without struggle. You’ll also get the chance to ask as many questions as you like, receive support and work through any obstacles that you’re facing.

Private coaching is the best way to get to the heart of meditation, and especially to learn how to craft your own personal meditation practice. Empower yourself to understand how meditation works, what is and isn’t right for you, and how to incorporate it seamlessly into your life.


Breath Coaching by Pat

Breath is the essence of life. It is the most important physiological nutrient that we need to live—we can survive without food and water for days, but without air we will die within minutes.

Each of us has unique, and sometimes dysfunctional, breathing patterns that we have built up and internalised over the course of a lifetime, largely based on how we respond to life experiences. How we breathe has a vast impact on many areas of our life, including our sleep, energy levels, mood and focus, digestive and immune health, physical fitness, and psycho-emotional states of being.

By bringing awareness, understanding and transformation to your breath, you can:


  • improve your health, especially if you suffer from respiratory conditions like asthma or allergies
  • enhance fitness and physical performance
  • sleep better so you feel energised and refreshed on waking
  • reduce pain and inflammation and recover faster from injuries
  • set yourself up for better-quality functional movement with less pain and injuries
  • cultivate better body awareness and explore your embodied self


  • improve your focus, concentration and attention span
  • train yourself to shift state from stress to relaxation
  • reduce anxiety and panic
  • gain a sense of calmness and ease
  • create space around your thoughts, especially when you have a whirling or racing mind


  • help yourself process and transform emotions healthily
  • cultivate a sense of peace and space even in challenging situations
  • be more closely in touch with yourself and your felt responses to the world
  • gain confidence in yourself and your ability to handle life


  • connect with the source of your energy, life force, higher power or whatever you call it
  • explore altered states of consciousness safely and without the use of substances other than air
  • take the next step towards a meditative or inner-oriented practice
  • integrate meditative, spiritual or psychedelic experiences on a practical or physical level
  • live a life of simplicity and gratitude for being alive