The Art of Pondering

Posted On: December 11, 2016

Where did your 2016 go? What do you have to show for it?
What are you proud of having achieved? What do you wish you could have done differently?
And of course, as a sexologist, I am most curious about what you learned about sex and sexuality this year.
Lastly, in what ways could I support you in your sexuality and relationship come 2017?

Send me your thoughts via return email, and you just might win my e-book Orgasmic Yoga!


This was me having a reflective moment while freezing my face off at Bondi Beach in Sydney this Oct.

A Note on New Year Resolutions

People have expressed surprise when I tell that I am a vegetarian. What they are even more surprised with is that I have been a vegetarian for more than seven years.

It wasn’t until three years ago when I learned that I was diary and gluten intolerant.
Wheat, especially, was the reason why I have suffered from chronic fatigue, constant stomach bloatedness and hives.

Was it difficult? Inconvenient, yes. But difficult, no.

By honoring my body and what my body needs, I now have more energy, and am lighter, happier and more productive!

This new year, perhaps being more mindful of what you choose to support with your dollar and what you consume will contribute to the quality of your life – and the world we live in.

Change doesn’t happen overnight, but, certainly, even small shifts can make a big difference to your sense of well-being.

These are some links you might like to check out:
Veganism gaining ground in Singapore

75+ Cruelty-free and vegan makeup and Cruelty free lifestyle products in Singapore

Web resources towards Compassionate, Healthy & Sustainable lifestyle

Opt out of junk mail in Singapore

My no-catch Eco Sex campaign created with love

Should a vegan and cruelty-free lifestyle make its way to your 2017 new year resolutions?

Work with Martha

marthaSurrounded by friends who were sexually inhibited and struck by dire lack of positive conversations around sex and sexuality in Singapore, Dr. Martha Tara Lee decided to take it upon herself to right this societal injustice in 2007. She set out to make a positive difference in embarking on her doctorate in human sexuality, then launching Eros Coaching in 2009. Today, she remains dedicated to working with individuals and couples who wish to lead self-actualised and pleasure-filled lives.

Since 2011, she has been (and still is) the only certified sexuality educator by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) in Singapore. This accolade is only for those who meet the stringent requirements determined by AASECT, which is the leading professional organization for sexuality educators, sexuality counselors and sex therapists in the United States. In short, she strives to be the one of the best sexologists in the world.

She takes prides in making sure all her events are fun, educational, and sex-positive. This comes easily to her because even though she is extremely dedicated and serious about her work, she fundamentally believes that sex is meant to be fun, wonderful, amazing and sacred. As such, this serious light-heartedness has shone through again and again. You can read the testimonials she’s received over years here.

Often cited in the local media, Dr. Lee is the appointed sex expert for Men’s Health Singapore, and Men’s Health Malaysia. She was recognised as one of ‘Top 50 Inspiring Women Under 40′ by Her World in July 2010, and one of ‘Top 100 Inspiring Women’ by CozyCot in March 2011. She has published two books: Love, Sex and Everything In-Between, and Orgasmic Yoga. For her full profile, click here. Email her here.

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