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Clay and Consciousness

A reflective pottery session with Studio Dojo

About this Session

How do I feel about myself?
What is the present moment inviting me to notice?
What is troubling me these days that I haven’t given myself time to feel?

How often do we give ourselves the time and space to wonder these questions? And for those of us who do, do we pay attention to our mind-body connection and the wisdom it has to offer?

If such questions interest you, join Studio Dojo for a morning of pottery and guided reflection. In the comfort of an intimate small group, our friends from School of Clay Arts will be teaching us the pottery technique of handbuilding. As our hands play with the clay, we will also be curious and reflect on the relationship we have with ourselves. We will leave with a piece of artwork, and a deeper sensing of ourselves.

Lunch will be included in the last hour of the session. To minimise food waste, please let us know during your registration, if you wish to opt out of lunch. You may indicate your dietary restrictions via the registration form too.

About School of Clay Arts

School of Clay Arts (est. 2016) is a ceramic studio dedicated to developing the craft and practice of pottery that inspires and guides the development of the self. They have a strong focus on developing skills-based ceramic classes for beginners and intermediate practitioners who want a deeper engagement with clay.

They coalesce contemporary values through the sustainable art of pottery. In blending mindfulness practices with their structured guidance, they help to elevate the self-awareness in individuals through fun, transformational and authentic pottery activities.

About the Facilitators

Muhd Nur Aliff


As an ontological coach, Aliff practises the delicate dance of challenging and supporting others who are seeking changes in their worlds. The dance lies in the questions he asks: to provoke their current ways of being and in the next breath, to make their ambitions feel attainable to them.

He believes that with greater self-awareness, we can then choose how we want to show up. His interests in human development, research and facilitation complement his ongoing work of creating spaces that invite us all to reflect.

Muhd Nur Aliff

Hong Khai Seng


As a design coach, some of Khai Seng’s wide-ranging interests are in the fields of facilitation, adult learning, human development and Integral Coaching. He is always looking to experiment with new ways to support people, connect communities, and understand ourselves in ever-deepening ways.


Date & Time
6 April 2024, Saturday
9AM to 1PM

Common Ground
21 Bedok North Street 1
Singapore 469659
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Half-day, In-person Session

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Standard: S$25


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Common Ground
21 Bedok North Street 1
Singapore 469659