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Written by Daphne

Daphne is a registered yoga therapist, movement educator, bodyworker, and a specialist in somatic therapy.

November 5, 2021

It’s week 4 of #selfisolation and I’ve been biding my time in offering public online streaming classes.
The main excuse being that I was in the midst of moving to a new place just as Singapore is implementing its lockdown measures.

I’ve been hunkering down, putting together a physical practice and living space in spite of the limited resources during this time.

I’ve also been teaching a few private movement and therapy sessions by request, and filmed a couple of instructional videos (on youtube), while running on data hotspotting (and a lot of faith) to stay connected.

But, I have to own up to the fact that it has taken me quite some time to get over my silly brain in talking to a screen, to share practices in em-BODY-ment that are tactile and deeply intimate.
Since today is International Labour Day and I got WiFi, I’m making a decision to step outside of my self-talk, and self-doubt, to make this official.

Starting next week, I’ll be offering various livestream classes, workshops and private sessions via Zoom. The offerings will be on sliding scale, and also once a week there’s a charity or cause that we will support through this difficult time.

Here’s the schedule (in Singapore time, +2 for Sydney / Melbourne, Japan, -1 for Thailand, Vietnam, AM for Europe)

Yoga Therapy for all levels ~ Tuesday 5.30pm to 6.30pm
(Complimentary or by donations. Proceeds will go a specific charity or cause of your choice

Somatic Movement & Self-care Bodywork ~ Wednesday 4 to 5pm
(Sliding scale $5, $10, $15, $20 – Pay as you wish)

Therapeutic Focus workshop ~ Thursday 5.30pm to 7pm
(Different theme each week, e.g Back care, Hip mobility, Pelvic health) $25 – Limited to 10 participants only

*Prices in SGD / USD.

Private therapy sessions to suit your needs by request.

Please email minimum 2 hours before scheduled class and I’ll send through payment details and Zoom link.

This post was originally posted on on April 30th 2020

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