Mindfulness for Healthy Sleep (Event)

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If you’re not sleeping well, you’re not alone.  The Big Sleep Report recorded that only 1% of the UK population wake up feeling refreshed every day.  The impact of not sleeping well can affect our mental health as well as our physical wellbeing.  We lose concentration, become forgetful and our immune system takes a dive.  The good news is that, according to various studies, Mindfulness Awareness Practices (MAPs) can help improve our sleep.

If you would like to know more about how to achieve better sleep, this fascinating Saturday morning workshop has been designed especially for those having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep. It is dedicated to helping you achieve healthy and refreshing sleep using Mindfulness. No previous experience necessary.

Whether you’ve been struggling with sleep recently or have been a “life-long insomniac” join Delphi, a qualified Therapist and Mindfulness Practitioner, for fascinating insights which include:

  • what really stops us sleeping
  • how your dreams can actually help
  • tried-and-tested techniques for healthy and refreshing sleep using Mindfulness


Delphi has appeared regularly on TV and radio, talking about dreams and presented the Guide to Sleep on Daybreak.  Kindfully is part of the Helping You Sparkle™ portfolio, promoting positive mental health.  You can find out more here.

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