During this episode:
Bere interviews Sondra Kornblatt, founder of Restful Insomnia. Join us for a restful and relaxing conversation!
Some of the many interesting things we talked about:
- the importance of rest,
- what to do when we have trouble sleeping,
- the importance of connecting to nature (and what pets may have to do with that).
A restorative discussion!
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More about Sondra
Sondra Kornblatt helps people exhausted from insomnia and life who want to rest into who they are -- to renew, welcome sleep, and finally feel jazzed enough to go after their dreams. She is the author of four health books on sleep, brain function, and energy boosting.
Sondra is a trained life and sleep coach, with a degree in community service. Her approach combines many disciplines, including yoga, somatic healing, meditation, visualization, and hypnosis. Sondra no longer struggles with insomnia, and appreciates she can help others renew at night and align with their authentic lives during the day.
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