Dani Van de Velde on Lost

Hosted at the Hive Lavender

part of a series on Lost

About the speaker

Dani Van de Velde is the founder and principal teacher of The Meditation Teacher in Singapore. She is a qualified meditation teacher with over twenty years of personal practice and over fifteen years teaching experience, and she is an Usui Reiki Master. Dani helps others understand and master the art of meditation, transformative inner practice and healing through private coaching, energy sessions, courses and tailored programs for schools and organisations. She is also a popular speaker at networking forums and workshops, a published writer and holds regular retreats in Asia and Australia.

Dani is a member of the Meditation Association of Australia and the International Meditation Teachers’ Association, recognising the standard of her teaching and program development. Dani’s teaching is experiential. She draws from techniques and wisdom of numerous world traditions, current research in neurology and cellular biology, and her own experience. Her focus is on enabling others to understand and work with the design and function of their mind/body/energy system, to engage in transformative inner practice for maximum performance, self-healing and intuitive living.

Prior to teaching meditation, Dani enjoyed an extensive career in Capital Raising, Human Resources, Communications and Cultural Change programming and delivery in the financial services and property sectors, based in Australia, London and New York.

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Additional details

Join us at the Hive Lavender this month for CreativeMornings! We hope to see you there.


Musketeers Coffee, who will fuel us with their specialty coffees bright and early morning.

Do bring along your own mug or reusable cup to get coffee! Help us make our events to be more sustainable and free of disposable cups.

OUR VENUE SPONSOR: the Hive Lavender, Address: Level 6 Vanguard Campus, 1 Kallang Jct, Singapore 339263

GETTING THERE By MRT: Bendemeer station (Downtown/ Blue line) is the closest, or Lavender station (East-West/ Green line)

Traffic is unpredictable in the area during mornings, so do try and take public transport if possible.