In May 2014, Dwelling turned two! Responding to popular demand, Dwelling decided to celebrate by creating our very first full-day, hands-on relationship workshop, The Authentic Connection, to give you the opportunity to make a lasting difference to relationships that matter. In this session, Dwelling was honored to partner two brilliant trainers, Lin Tan and Tan Teng Nging, both experts in the field of relational coaching, and who have between them nearly two decades of professional coaching experience.Read More
Wisdom Session: Everyday Wellness: Small Steps, Big Changes
Sitting at our desks, using our phones, carrying stuff, walking, standing, sleeping – Could certain habits and patterns in the way we conduct ourselves in our day-to-day activities be doing our bodies more harm than good? As creatures of adaptation we could be tolerating a lot more stress than we feel the pain of. How do we recognize warning signs when our bodies start to feel ill and what can we do to get back on track or, better still, prevent it? Join chiropractic doctor Gary Tho who works with top athletes, as he enlightens us on how easy-to-do, small steps in our daily routines can lead to big changes in the proper care of our bodies for optimal health and functioning.
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Speaker Nights are a great place to begin an inquiry on a life topic, through inspiring shares by ordinary people who lead extraordinary lives. Through their stories and journeys, get a glimpse into aspects about the topics we may not have explored. Sharing is candid, raw and real, reflecting values such as truth, respect, and wonder that fade as we grow older.
Wisdom Sessions are a great space to explore your thoughts and experiences on a life topic in-depth, and hear from others in a facilitated discussion. Led by Professional Certified Coach Julia Ng, there are dynamic models, concepts, coaching sequences and experiential activities designed to deepen our awareness and enrich our experience around the topic.
Firesides are intimate discussions held in a cafe, over a drink or meal—perfect for sharing your lingering thoughts and questions having attended the Wisdom Session and Speaker Night on a life topic. Our Question Bucket is ever ready to keep the conversation going, with questions to ponder on, deepen the discussion, and learn about life on a more conscious level.
No one lives forever. But every moment of authentic connection you have with those whose lives you touch each day determines the quality of the life you and those around you live. How do you leave a legacy behind? Through the quality of connections you make with those you love and work with. The truth is, building relationships that last is a skill-set that can be picked up and honed. Join us at this philosophy session and discover your relational keystones to build greater happiness at home, at work, and in love.Read More
Men are from Mars, women are from... wait, really? If you believe in deeper connections beyond misguided assumptions about relationships, here's something for you. Join senior coach Julia Ng as she grills guest speaker Lin Tan, an executive coach and contributor to the celebrity-dotted blog "Maybe Baby", on life, relationships, and the meaning of love. Recently married, Lin plumbs her personal and professional experience as a Professional Certified Coach to help you add that extra sparkle into the time you spend with family, best friends, or that extra special someone.Read More
Let’s face it, relationships aren’t always smooth-sailing. Often, our biggest conflicts are with people we care about the most. What do you do when there’s a problem in your relationship? While it seems impossible to change someone else, it is possible to resolve conflicts by being aware of what’s happening within ourselves and developing a whole new relationship to the problem. Join our Mystery Speaker who is an experienced relationship coach as we facilitate an engaging and insightful discussion. Put your questions into the box and we’ll address those sticky situations.Read More
What’s the secret to fulfilling relationships? How important is trust and how do you know you can trust someone? What do you do when it gets complicated? Why do some relationships turn bad, and is there a better way to manage them? How do you manage differences, and is it possible for people with different personalities to live and work together?
In A Philosophy Session on Relationships, we explore different aspects of a relationship, how to manage them, and relationship patterns and why they exist. Come with a best friend, romantic partner, colleague, or family member – and uncover the dynamics in your relationship.Read More