Renowned as Australia’s Leading Sleep Expert, Olivia isn’t just the face of sleep - she’s changing it.
On a mission to empower the nation to our best night’s rest; with 14 years professional and academic experience (Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology), Certificate in Sleep Psychology and a Diploma of Health Science (Nutritional Medicine); Certificate 3+4 in Fitness); an ability to "dissect sleep science into easily digestible advice" and a powerful on-stage persona; she is highly sought after - to say the least.
Not only is she the go-to expert for The Today Show, The Morning Show, Studio 10 and Sunrise; she also contributes to Forbes, Vogue, Women’s Health, Grazia, Daily Mail, Popsugar, Yahoo, Prevention Magazine and Wellbeing Magazine.
The sleep guru is an accomplished writer, with her own column in News.com.au; and her bestselling book, Bear, Lion, Wolf, reproduced in 11 countries and 8 languages, backed by publishing powerhouse Harper Collins in multiple territories.
Receiving international praise, Women Magazine UK touted: We all need a little more sleep, and Australia's Leading Sleep Expert, Olivia Arezzolo, has the answer to that.
As a savvy media spokesperson and credible third party expert, she has been solicited by global brands such as Google, Apple, Fitbit, Samsung, Ikea, Sealy Posturepedic, Tempurpedic, Sheridan, AIA Insurance, Toyota, The Body Shop, Crown Hotels and Ovolo Hotels;
leveraging her credibility and expertise in Australia and abroad.
Of particular note, her creative input and communication of an in-hotel ‘Sleep Retreat’; developed in partnership with Ovolo Hotels and The Body Shop, received international recognition as ‘experiential wellness done right’.
On stage, her passionate keynotes; interactive, invigorating workshops and are regarded as “10/10” and "a highlight of the experience"; leave guests engaged, enthused and excited to improve their sleep.
Interestingly, while Olivia is focused on sleep, she is actually driven by a deeper purpose: to enable her audience to be their best, and to perform at their peak.