About Life Coaching


In a world of constant change and innovation we are faced with the challenge to not only to overcome and master this inner-voice that keeps us stuck at our comfort-zone but also to successfully adapt to unpredictable circumstances. Life Coaching supports you to become a more powerful Player in the game called “Your Life”, capable of taking advantage of the potential within yourself in order to meet and overcome the challenges of life courageously.

It is obvious that for that to happen something needs to change. We believe that for sustainable change, life coaching is the most effective relationship and Experiential Learning the most powerful approach. That combination of a life coaching relationship and David A. Kolb’s experiential learning methodology makes our coaching approach unlike any other.

Our Coaches have not only been coached in their own life for many years, but have an absolut commitment to this profession with already more than 100+ coaching hours.

Does that mean your personal life coach will be better than you in the specific goal you are focusing on? Not necessarily. Coach John Wooden was never a better basketball player than the UCLA Basketball Teams which he lead to 10 UCAA Championships. But Coach Wooden was outstanding in bringing out the best in his players. That is the kind of value and expertise your Coach will bring to your life.

He or She will become a trusted friend who will challenge you to perform at your best, step out of your comfort zone to reach the goals you declared and build a future that is compelling to you.

With Life Coaching, you are quite simply taking advantage of the opportunity of creating a “Game Worth Playing”. Start today, and perform at your best!



In the end it is about you winning your game. A game that you designed. A game that you chose. Whatever that may be. Your Coach will help you to design your own game and unleash the champion inside of you – step by step. He or She is skilled in asking great questions, trained in listening, and will notice what you don’t say just as much as what you do say. This allows your Coach to facilitate transformation, so that you will become the person that will reach your goals.

Just as the best sports Coaches have both the experience and intuition to understand where the athletes is at, our Life Coaches have the heart, skills and talents needed. They use those to train you in the domain of your emotions, your thinking and your movement as well as the strategy towards winning. He or she will help you create a culture of personal mastery and self-leadership that will become the basis for every domain of your life. This life coaching process will grow and develop, allowing you to get more and more from it over time.

If you are ready to become the best version of yourself and to turn your dreams into reality, it’s time to get started. You will truly be amazed at just how much is possible.


“Don’t wait another day – Start Now!


About Experiential Learning


In a world of constant change and innovation, learning has taken on new meaning. While it was once enough to be competent at the same job over a lifetime, we are now required to constantly challenge our own perspective, to partner with people of different cultural backgrounds and believes and to be flexible enough to adapt rather quickly to new environments.

The conversation is no longer about learning as something that’s completed – it is about being a learner, so that we can adapt, change, take new actions and stay on target.

We believe for sustainable change, Life Coaching is the most effective relationship and experiential learning the most powerful approach.

Experiential learning is a process, which directly acknowledges, welcomes, values and uses the existing knowledge and competence of those being taught. Its use is particularly appropriate where the subject matter under consideration touches on people’s deeply held beliefs and attitudes, involves emotionally charged or value-laden material, or is just plain difficult in human terms!



To better understand experiential learning, it is useful to contrast it with the more traditional approach to learning. Didactic teaching, where a person presents information to others in lecture or lesson format, which results in learning occurring solely at an intellectual level. It has been described as being based on the ‘mug and jug’ theory of learning (Roger 1983; Hobbs 1986). Put simply, the recipient of the lecture is like an empty mug waiting to receive information poured into it from the source of knowledge, the jug. This method of teaching involves a passive form of learning where students are not required to examine their own feelings, thoughts and understandings in response to the subject material. They are able to remain personally unaware either of the intensity or the effect of their own emotional response to the subject material on themselves or on other people.

Experiential learning aims for a very different degree of learning from that which is based on ‘didactic’ teaching methods. The different quality and nature of experiential learning lies in its involving as many different aspects of the participant’s capacities as he or she is prepared to invest in the learning process. Learning occurs at intellectual, emotional and behavioural levels in an integrated manner, resulting in real attitude and behavioural change as influential early learning is effectively re-evaluated.

Experiential learning is both exciting and challenging. It includes a range of different processes such as individual or team problem solving initiatives, physical challenges, games, simulation exercises, structured processes, sharing sessions, guided visualisations, and structured interactions. In all these events, students are actively engaged in the learning process and are able to generate meaningful, relevant insights from their experience.

David A. Kolb describes a four-stage, cyclical process of effective experiential learning, which embodies these dimensions:

  • Concrete Experience,

  • Reflective Observation,

  • Abstract Conceptualisation and

  • Active Experimentation.

Kolb perceives experience in the present as the basis for reflective observation. Out of this emerges a conceptual analysis that can then be tested in an active fashion. This testing generates a new experience, and so the cycle begins again. The model allows for the possibility of preferred learning styles. Some people, for example, prefer to reflect, whilst others prefer to act. The implication is that the effective learner is able to employ a range of learning styles, while the effective organisation embodies the whole range of skills within its workforce and allows for the deployment of these skills at appropriate points in the organisation’s work.

Experiential learning places particular emphasis on reflection by providing a model and structure through which experience can be reflected upon and by providing an opportunity for participants to engage in the reflection/learning process together in a spirit and climate of mutual support.



The environment of an experiential learning programme is unique and special. It is dynamic, engaging, energetic, fun and rewarding. At the same time it can provide an intense, deep and profound learning experience for its participants. We believe that learning can and should be an enjoyable process. Experiential learning has proven itself to be a powerful, successful learning tool that is personally fulfilling, meaningful and fun.

About Sebastian


Sebastian Schick is a professionally certified and highly-experienced Personal Development Coach and Leadership Trainer who has achieved remarkable results with his clients in the fields of experiential training and performance coaching.

Coming from humble beginnings, Sebastian has since followed his dreams to become a professional dancer and choreographer who has trained thousands of millenials and Gen Zs in the art of dance. Through his work with his dance students, he discovered his passion for helping people, especially the millenials and the Gen Zs, to achieve their dreams. It was then that he decided to take up an education in experiential learning to equip himself with the professional competence to fuse the art of dance with the structure of pedagogical learning. This was the momentous decision that has since changed the course of his life, and the lives of the many people that he has since coached professionally.

“Everything is possible—the impossible just takes a little longer.”

In his mission to inspire the next generation to change the world for the better, Sebastian has since created of a multitude of inspiring trainings, seminars and coaching relationships that have empowered hundreds of people from all walks of life to go for their dreams and make a positive difference to the world.

Currently a successful and highly-experienced Personal Development Coach and Leadership Trainer partnering with the acclaimed WEGVISOR® GmbH, Sebastian is an effectively bilingual coach in English and German who has extensive intercultural experience from his coaching experience in both Germany and Singapore. His zest for life, incredible passion for people and unshakeable belief in the human potential has led to his international success as a coach, with a large client base hailing from all over the world.

Sebastian is the author of Fading Darkness – Turn On the Light Within You, a well-received novel that blends immersive storytelling with a unique coaching approach.

He currently divides his time equally between Germany and his tropical island home Singapore, where his fiancée resides.


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Patrick Schulze

With over 12 years of experience in personal training and coaching, Patrick himself climbed the letter from part-time Trainer to Managing Director of a multifunctional system. He knows the challenges faced by the physical body and the mind nowadays. His vocation is serving people who dare to overcome their physical performance limit and seek a new experiences in movement – in short –  people who want to improve their quality of life.