Ensure the sleep you do get – even if limited, is the most restful and restorative it can be.
Did you know that poor sleepers are twice as likely to struggle with productivity and 3 times more likely to struggle to concentrate? Or that chronic sleep debt can lead to long-term mood disorders, like depression and anxiety and increase your risk of cardio vascular disease, obesity and Alzheimer’s? (Source)
Whether you’re a sound sleeper or suffering insomniac, join our resident sleep therapist to discover tips and techniques to ensure the sleep you do get – even if limited, is the most restful and restorative it can be.
Our signature 60 minute corporate sleep workshop will cover:
An insight in to the workings of your sleep cycle.
Sleep-inducing lifestyle and dietary habits.
Strategies for surviving on limited hours of sleep.
Tips for managing jetlag and working across multiple time zones.
Stress-busting practices to help you switch off and sleep.
Following our signature ‘Sleep School’ workshop above, many of our clients are eager to explore the fascinating topic of sleep even further. Our expert sleep therapist has created a series of bitesize 30 minute sleep sessions to help your employees get even more savvy on all things sleep and rest. Expand the topics below to find out more.
Rest & Recovery: How to Recover after a Bad Night’s Sleep
We’ve all been there. After a terrible night’s sleep, making it through the day can feel an impossible task. In this 30 minute session, our sleep therapist will share tips for surviving and thriving after a poor night’s sleep. You’ll discover:
What to do in the morning following a ‘bad’ night
The best foods to eat during the day to boost your energy
Ways to recoup rest in the day
How to wind down before bed at night and avoid getting stuck in a vicious cycle of over tiredness.
The Secret to Good Sleep: Balancing the Nervous System
The key to healing any sleep problem starts with rebalancing the nervous system. This interactive 30 minute session will share practical self-regulation techniques to help take your nervous system from a state of ‘fight or flight’ to ‘rest and digest’. Our sleep therapist will guide participants through:
A sleep-inducing breathing technique
A sleep hypnosis meditation
A Deep Dive in to Sleep Disorders
Learn the causes of common sleep disorders and identify signs that you aren’t getting enough sleep or that your sleep quality may be suffering. You’ll learn more about:
The following sleep disorders: Insomnia, Sleep Paralysis, Sleep Walking, Night Terrors, Sleep Apnea, Sleep Procrastination, Circadian Disorder and Excessive Daytime Sleep
Signs of Sleep Deprivation
Better Sleep for Parents
As much as we’re warned about the sleep deprivation that comes hand in hand with new parenthood, the reality of such tiredness can be overwhelming. Particularly once parents have returned to work, getting good sleep is essential to managing the demands of being a working parent. In this 30 minute session, learn:
How to compensate for lack of sleep
Ways to sneak in restorative rest when you only have a few minutes
We also offer 1:1 sleep consultations to allow your employees to discuss their personal sleep struggles with our qualified sleep therapist. Many clients book the 1 hour Sleep School webinar, followed by a half or full day of 30 minute 1:1 sessions.