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Improving Sleep for Women, with my guest Sarah Good
March 8, 2020 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree!
Celebrate International Women’s Day and then have a restful, recharging sleep. Would getting better sleep change your life? Would it make everything else in your day easier or more satisfying? At this ONLINE event we’ll learn about Improving Sleep for Women from my guest speaker Sarah Good.
Sarah works with and helps people with invisible disabilities or health challenges to become more active and live their lives more fully. She is a registered occupational therapist and a mindfulness meditation teacher in Ottawa. Sarah is on a mission to help women sleep better so they can be leaders in their families, communities, and work places.
At this event Sarah will talk about Improving Sleep for Women and help you improve your sleep. She will discuss ways to change your habits and routines which can improve your sleep, leading to you feeling more rested, happier, and more productive.
This is a ONLINE event through Zoom. To attend you’ll need a computer or smart device and an internet connection. If you register, a few days prior to the event I will email you a link to join the webinar online. Five (5) minutes before the event just click on the link and you’ll join us.
So please join me to learn about Improving Sleep for Women! Click here to learn more and to register.
- Over 40?
- Committed to your health and wellbeing?
- Interested in learning more about your body and mind?
- Ready to put yourself at the top of the list and look after yourself?
Then you should consider joining the WHIM (Women’s Health In Midlife) Network!
The purpose of the WHIM (Women’s Health In Midlife) Network is to educate women about their health and wellbeing, the life-affirming changes of midlife, and healthy aging. It’s the culmination of my 20+ years of experience working in women’s health with a focus on menopause.
I help women cut through the clutter, the myths, and the folklore. By providing truthful, trusted advice, I educate women and equip them to be their own health advocates.
Come put yourself first and celebrate your journey with our growing community.