SVETLANAActive Meditations®, Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises TRE®️, BodyTalk Healing, Reiki, Intuitive Counselling


    Classes taught at SPACE 2B:
    Reiki, BodyTalk, Mindfulness, Somatic Experiencing, Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises(TRE®), Intuitive Counselling

    Svetlana Frolova is originally from Russia and moved to Singapore in 2012. It is here that she discovered her passion for healing and mindfulness practices that completely changed her life.

    Leaving behind a twenty year career in the corporate environment, Svetlana fully dedicated herself to healing work. Firmly believing in unity of body and mind, she guides you to explore this connection and use it to heal you on all levels of your human experience – mental, emotional, physical and spiritual.

    As healing comes to everyone through different pathways, Svetlana’s mission is to help you find a natural therapy that works best for you. This is especially important in the realm of mental health where limited options may hold people back from taking care of this important area of their lives. Hence, as a professional counsellor, Svetlana offers not only traditional talk-therapy, but a variety of alternative healing methods for you to choose from.

    These methods include Reiki, BodyTalk, Mindfulness, Somatic Experiencing, TRE (Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises), and Intuitive Counselling. All of them are designed, in a natural and sustainable way, to help you find relief from pain, anxiety, stress and trauma and to create a life worth living.

    Why I practice meditation:

    I practice meditation because I prefer to manage my stress before it starts managing me.

    Why I teach meditation:

    I share meditations with others because I believe in a profound difference they can make in people’s lives.

    What does “SPACE TO BE” look like to you?

    For me it’s a space where I can connect with like-minded people in a real and genuine way.

    What does “LIVE SIMPLY” mean to you?

    It means not trying to be perfect and remembering what is truly important and what is not.