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Sleep helps improve the health, wellness, and fitness outcomes of patients and clients! Right.

Coming from health and wellness, ourselves, we know that the average health and wellness professional hasn’t received very much education or training on sleep, even though sleep impacts patient and client outcomes.

For example, did you know that physicians only receive 3-4 hours of education on sleep in medical school?

Here’s the problem faced by health and wellness professionals:
They are aware of the importance of sleep on the health and wellness of their patients/clients, but they do not know where to start when it comes time to integrate sleep into practice.

This means that they can’t help their patients/clients as much as they would like.

Well, that’s exactly why we’re bringing to you SnoozzZfest - a conference that will help your clients and patients achieve their health, wellness, and fitness goals through improved sleep.

Scroll down to view our amazing list of speakers, including LPGA Pro-Golfer Nicole Jeray, Prof. John Peever (Director of the Centre for Biological Timing and Cognition, University of Toronto), and Dr. Luc P. Beaudoin (sleep expert who has appeared on CBC, CTV, The Guardian, Forbes, New York Times, etc.)

Here’s what you will learn:

  • How to integrate sleep into your practice, directly from people who have already integrated sleep care and support into their respective practices, whether that be in chiropractic, nutrition, sports coaching, health coaching, or psychiatry.
  • ​​How to use sleep to impact health, wellness, fitness, and performance outcomes positively.
  • About emotions and sustaining sleep health and wellness.
  • ​About food and sleep as well as gain insights on meal planning for sleep health and wellness.
  • ​​About sleep, movement, and exercise as well as sleep strategies to support a healthy lifestyle.

BONUS - For a limited time

For a limited time, get the Official SnoozzZfest Experience Guide and obtain 15+ sleep-supporting recipes, from snacks to cocktails, each one deliciously healthy and each one designed to support good sleep.

In addition, you will find a checklist to prepare yourself for your own personal virtual conference as well as many tips to make your experience incredible.

Even though you couldn't make it to conference live, we'll share with you the very BEST of SnoozzZfest, so that you can experience it almost as if you were there. Great, right? Exactly!

And even though it actually cost participants as much a $719 to attend live, you'll receive to the Very Best of SnoozzZfest for $125 (CAD).
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Find out about the SnoozzZfest Experience directly from one of our participants! Watch this:

Testimonial From:

George Saradakis, a Health and Wellness Enthusiast, whose passion for health, wellness, and fitness has led to his coaching clients on wellness, alongside his expertise as learning and development professional who has developed numerous training and development programs. His combination of expertise in the areas of education, program development, health, and wellness makes for a compelling testimonial that he wanted to share with you! 

Here's a glimpse at our speakers

Sheryl Guloy, PhD
Dr. Sheryl Guloy develops programs and innovations to support health, wellness, and productivity through better sleep. Her work is informed by her research and field expertise in performance, learning, and sleep apps. She has provided consultation services on knowledge translation to organizations, such as the Canadian Sleep and Circadian Network. Her interest in sleep began as she sought to understand her own sleep patterns and realized that she is a true night owl. As co-founder of Somnolence+ and the Sleep Well Network, she trains professionals and organizations as well as coaches individuals on sleep health and wellness. She is based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Ryan Takagi, DC
Dr. Ryan Takagi has a passion for physical well-being, which inspired him to pursue a Bachelor of Kinesiology and a Doctorate of Chiropractic. He also coaches athletes on Simon Fraser University’s rowing team. As he learned more about the importance of, and interaction between, all lifestyle factors, he decided to pursue a Master of Science in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine. He also develops training on sleep in collaboration with Somnolence+. He is based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Laura Brigance, MSc, CHC
Laura Brigance, MSc, CHC, is a Nutrition Specialist and Certified Health Coach with specialized training for families with small children, pregnant women, and adults in their prime years. She uses sleep in conjunction with nutrition, exercise, and stress management to accelerate health goals and efforts. She is the founder of TRUEWELL Health + Wellness, writes for NewsBreak, and is based in Houston,Texas, USA.
Mayra Lazo, MD
Dr. Mayra Lazo has over ten years of clinical experience as a psychiatrist, specializing in sleep disorders as well as addiction counselling. As a professor at the Mexican Academy of Sleep Disorders and the National Institute of Psychiatry, she provided training on sleep health and the treatment of sleep disorders. She is committed to helping people sleep well and provides education and coaching on sleep wellness. She is co-founder of Somnolence+ and maintains her clinical practice in Mexico. She is based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Natasha Hayden, DC
Dr. Natasha Hayden received her Doctor of Chiropractic from the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon and has an honours degree in Chemical Biology from Thompson Rivers University in her hometown of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. She is passionate about sharing her skills and knowledge to provide her patients with the skills necessary to overcome their injuries and achieve optimal health. She believes in greater sleep education for clinicians and health and wellness practitioners, more generally, and is co-founder of the Sleep Well Network and Somnolence+. She is based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada..
Dr. Luc P. Beaudoin, PhD
Dr. Luc Beaudoin is a cognitive scientist who specializes in sleep onset, insomnia, cognitive productivity, and emotions. Luc is co-founder of CogSci Apps Corp., which invented mySleepButton®, is the founder of CogZest, and is Adjunct Professor of Education and of Cognitive Science at Simon Fraser University. After successfully warding off his own bouts of insomnia, he delved deeply into the research literature and developed an interdisciplinary theory on somnolence (“sleepiness”), which forms the foundation for the methods and apps he has developed to help people sleep. Luc is co-founder of Somnolence+ and is called upon to speak about sleep by radio and television news media. He is based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Julie Andrews, PhD
Dr. Julie Andrews is a scientific consultant and neuroscientist. She co-founded Immerscience in 2014 and co-manages its scientific consulting projects at the national and international level. Julie is highly trained in knowledge transfer and specializes in neurodevelopment in children and adolescents. She is also a College professor, teaching various psychological topics, including sleep, to her very sleep deprived students. Based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Julie divides her time between teaching, scientific consulting, cycling or skiing and enjoying life with family and friends
Julie Lambert, MSc
Julie Lambert is a nurse practitioner or “super-infirmière” in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, where she is based. She is the president of Fondation Somnolence Canada/ Somnolence Canada Foundation. She has worked in emergency care, intensive care, and operating rooms as well as has been a nurse on the sea. She is currently a team leader at Dialogue, providing virtual care. This October, she will be running the Boston Marathon for Wake Up Narcolepsy, in order to raise funds for narcolepsy research.
Virtual Campfire Storytellers
Our campfire storytellers include Nicole Jeray, Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) tour player and long-time advocate for narcolepsy awareness, and John Peever, PhD, Professor and Associate Chair in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology, at the University of Toronto, will talk about his research on how and why we sleep and how that relates to narcolepsy and REM sleep behavior disorder.
After our Day 1 training sessions, our virtual storytellers will share campfire stories about sleep and things that go bump in the night…

…. Not to worry, though, these stories have a silver lining and also raise awareness for Wake Up Narcolepsy and its mission!

Make sure to get cosy; wrap yourself in a blanket; and have a cup of something warm as you learn about the mysterious world of narcolepsy.
Nicole Jeray, Professional Golfer with the LPGA
Nicole Jeray, Chicago, IL is an LPGA tour player and long-time advocate for narcolepsy awareness. Since graduating from Northern Illinois University, she has played professional golf worldwide for 22 years. Nicole is her own agent and has negotiated all of her sponsorship arrangements. At 25 years old, Nicole was diagnosed with narcolepsy. After suffering for several years, she realized how misunderstood narcolepsy was and became determined to educate the world. Five years ago Nicole started “Swinging for Sleep”, a campaign which raises awareness and funds for narcolepsy while she competes on the LPGA and other golf tours. She is a Wake Up Narcolepsy Board Member.
Sheila Coutts, Nursing
Sheila Coutts is a retired paediatric nurse from Nova Scotia, Canada. She is a mother of two grown children and a toy poodle. In her spare time she enjoys wildlife rescue and rehabilitation and biking. She was diagnosed with Narcolepsy type 1 after many years of symptoms. Her hope is that, through research, education and advocacy, the road to diagnosis will become less daunting. Sheila's passion is health education. She hopes to raise the voice of those living with narcolepsy so others do not feel alone or stigmatized. She is grateful to the ever-expanding sleep community who has given her support and hope on her own journey.
Matt Horsnell, Legislative Advocate
Matt Horsnell is a father of three living with the type 1 narcolepsy. He serves as a facilitator for Wake Up Narcolepsy online small groups. Matt’s advocacy focuses on narcolepsy and mental health awareness and legislative efforts. Matt has been a guest on Wake Up Narcolepsy’s Narcolepsy 360 podcast and a presenter for WUN and Narcolepsy Network Webinars. He is a Rising Voices of Narcolepsy graduate, a leading legislative advocate, and a presenter on “Narcolepsy Nerd Alert” for Project Sleep. Matt also serves as a co-host for #NChat on Twitter. He has a background in exercise science and is based in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
John Peever, PhD
Prof. John Peever is a Professor and Associate Chair in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology. He is also the Director of the Centre for Biological Timing and Cognition at the University of Toronto. His research examines how and why we sleep with a particular focus on identifying the brain mechanisms that control REM sleep and how their dysfunction underlies narcolepsy and REM sleep behavior disorder. Outside of work he is a hobby farmer, beekeeper and an avid horsemen. He is based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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