Sleep is a multi-faceted problem. 

Therefore, you need an expert with a multi-faceted approach and qualifications relevant to each of these areas. Mine are:

 

Bachelor of Social Science, with a Psychology major.

- This is how I understand the relationships between neurotransmitter pathways, the brain and the body

- How to successfully reach your goals and see lasting results - fast

- the impact of external factors such as work demands and social expectations; and how to overcome them 

- how to use your neurological reward pathways to permanently stick to your new habits with ease

- the interrelationship between the various systems of the body; including nervous, hormonal and circulatory 

Australian Psychological Society, Certificate of Sleep Psychology

- Awareness, diagnosis and treatment of Insomnia, Sleep Apnea, Circadian Rhythm Disorder

- Appreciation of bi-directionality between sleep, stress and mood disorders of anxiety and depression

- Healthy Sleep Practices

- Pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches to Sleep Medicine

 

Certificate 3+4 Fitness (Personal Training)

- How to tailor training to attain the results you want; including optimised sleep, fat loss and weight loss; factors which are significantly intertwined

- The correct types of training for your current health status, including exhaustion

- How to optimise diet for maximum training results, factoring in sleep deprivation 

 

Diploma of Health Science (Nutritional Medicine)

- the role of key nutrients and problems which arise with imbalance or toxicity

- again, how different systems of the body interact and impact each other; including stress

- how to modify your diet to optimise your functioning

 

Further, I’ve been there. And I’ve overcome it.

I used to think work was the most important thing in my life

At one stage I was sleeping 3-4 hours a night, running my first business, and simply ‘powered on’ …. Until I ended up in hospital; on my birthday, unable to stand up straight or see properly.

I couldn’t slow down my mind and had no sense of control over my life

 

But now…

I sleep until I am fully rested, which is usually 10pm – 530am

I wake up feeling energised and excited for the day ahead

I feel a sense of tranquility, calm and ease within

I practice what I preach – everything I teach, I do personally.

 

Learning how to sleep and reduce my stress allows me to function normally again -

I want you to experience the same transformation.

Click here to learn if I can help you,
and if so, fill out my enquiry form.