Improve your sleep workshop with a one-to-one follow up session a week later
Feel calmer and clearer thinking.
- Get practical tips and tools based on the latest neuroscience and chronobiology.
- Understand what is happening when we sleep, what affects quality and quantity.
- Analyse your sleep and have a personal action plan to support that positive change.
We all do it! We spend a third of our lives doing it... and yet, when a good night's sleep has become illusive, our mental and physical health is badly affected.
Using techniques and the latest knowledge, Bunty helps people to turn the tide back and bring quality sleep back into their lives.
Join Bunty where the workshop will give some of the science; give clarity and understanding of what works and learn some techniques to help improve your sleep. There will be some tasks to complete in between the workshop and the one-to-one session where an personal action plan will be completed.
Places are limited to six per workshop. To book your place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. A pre-course questionnaire will be emailed out to you and payment will be expected before the workshop begins. Assessment of each workshop takes place to ensure their quality and development.
Comments from participants of previous workshops:
“Gaining an understanding of what is happening when I sleep has helped me to see the importance of how I spend my days, both in getting outdoors and how I manage my emotions.”
“Great to find out what has been happening and to have some tools to make the changes possible.”
“Thank you for creating a great atmosphere in which to learn and have fun at the same time.”
“Looking forward to a good night's sleep now!”
Payment can be made by bank transfer or by cheque. If you would like to make a bank transfer, please email me for details.
About the host
Bunty is a highly experienced trainer, for many years she has supported people whose sleep is problematic through her work with people affected by homelessness and those who are managing end of life care. Through all of this learning, these workshops have been developed. Often it is small changes that we make that have the biggest impact.