Anna sleeping with her sleep coach Snowball

 

Some people have no difficulty getting to sleep, and sleep soundly through the night however statistics show that one in every seven Canadians suffer from insomnia and has trouble going to sleep or staying asleep "most or all of the time”. This is often because their natural biological rhythms are disturbed by artificial environments and they lose their natural sleep/wake rhythm.

The Sounder Sleep System, created by Michael Krugman, helps to restore this key biological rhythm using movement and breath. I began my studies with Michael in 2006 to help me find solutions to improve my sleep patterns. It worked so well that I continued my studies and became a Sounder Sleep System teacher. 

Occasionally I teach a session online; next one is Sat Nov 11, noon to 1 pm Pacific time. Contact me if you would like to join us! And I will send you the Zoom link. Attendance is by donation.

In the Sounder Sleep System, you focus on simple, lulling physical movements that are synchronized with your breath. Because physical movements are immediately present to the senses, you become deeply absorbed in the moment, in each movement, in each breath. The state between awake and sleep can then become a time of deep introspection and a rich source of insight. Your body relaxes and your mind becomes very still, and if you need sleep, then you will fall asleep.

The system has two components: daytime relaxation techniques, called DayTamers™ and nighttime sleep inducing movements, called MiniMoves™. The DayTamers reduce hyperarousal and the MiniMoves lull you to sleep and get you back to sleep on awakening.

Sounder Sleep System’s founder, Michael Krugman (1951-2016), was a Feldenkrais® Practitioner and a life-long student of traditional methods of self-healing. He wrote the book, The Insomnia Solution, which details this remarkably simple, yet effective system.

Practice the Sounder Sleep System to get the sleep you need!!

I teach online, let me know if you are interested in attending.

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