Sleep well & what to do when you can't
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About the Event
Sleep is the foundation of our busy modern-day lives, yet we are getting less and less of it.
With 2/3rds of us not getting enough, we are facing a sleep loss epidemic. We need sleep to be productive, but we also need sleep for our long term mental and physical health. Sleep is vital in reducing our risk of many of today’s illnesses from dementia to cancer, heart disease to depression.
Kalpee Howard, a former UK medical doctor and now science communicator and mindfulness teacher Berit Lewis have joined forces to provide a unique multidisciplinary 4-week course on exploring different ways to improve your sleep.
This is a pilot course based on the latest scientific evidence and will be given at a reduced rate in return for feedback
Our aim is firstly to help you understand the key science-based facts about sleep, what is sleep and why do we need to sleep. We look at key areas such as lifestyle, our surroundings and explore changes that you can make to sleep well.
We also look at ways to deal with those sleepless moments in the middle of the night and how to manage those negative thoughts and emotions using mindfulness techniques.
We will teach you how to focus on the body and train the mind to accept rather than resist the thoughts and feelings that keep you awake, to help you change your relationship with the thoughts that keep you awake.
There is no magic cure, no one size fits all, but we truly believe that we can facilitate your sleep well journey.
Dates: 4 consecutive Tuesday evenings starting 4,11,18 Feb and 3rd March 2020
Instructor Names: Berit Lewis and Kalpee Howard
Cost: €200 including btw
For more information about the course please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sleep workshop€200€2000€0