Can’t sleep? Don’t sleep? Want help to sleep?

Are you having problems with sleep?stress

You are not alone. It is estimated that 1 in 3 people will have problems either getting to sleep or staying asleep at some point in their lives. Wouldn’t it be great to know what to do if you were having problems with your insomnia? Could there be some effective techniques that you can learn to help you sleep better? Well there are.
Susan Young, co- director of the Devon clinic has spent years researching insomnia and has designed a unique and innovative 2 day workshop that will help you teach yourself to become a better sleeper.

Here’s what Susan has to say about sleep and the workshop:
Good quality sleep is essential if we are to function at our best and look our best. We all know the term ‘beauty sleep’ and how we look and feel great following a good nights sleep. But getting a good nights sleep can sometimes be a bit hit and miss for some people.Sleep Trackers
Just like you, I once was a poor sleeper. I knew I had to do something about it. I spent several years researching sleep and how to sleep better. This workshop is the result. I have tried and tested several different approaches to sleeping better on friends, family and clients. I now want to pass on my knowledge to you so that you can find which of the approaches work best for you.
You may need more than one technique to help you improve your sleep, it sometimes depends on circumstances. I have therefore designed the workshop to include several different techniques, all of which you will practice under my instruction.