A holistic solution for insomnia with Ayurveda
- Do you find yourself tossing and turning at night?
- Do you have difficulty falling asleep?
- Is it impossible to stay asleep throughout the night?
- Do you wish you could improve your sleep pattern?
- Have you been diagnosed with insomnia?
Why choose complementary healthcare for insomnia?
Research by network-wellness shows people who already use complementary, alternative healthcare do so to improve their well-being and to help them cope better with life.
Sleep is an important function of well-being; it sustains us and provides us with energy for the next day. If you are suffering from bad sleep, you know just how debilitating this lack of energy can be both practically and creatively.
Healing a damaged lifestyle is a co-creative process and whilst there is no quick fix, it only takes a little bit of effort and commitment on your part, a willingness to start a healing journey one step at a time.
Did you know that there are over 50+ different modes of complementary healthcare to choose from, all of which have different origins and applications? Ayurveda is the oldest, most complete traditional medicine with a proven track record to this date. Ayurveda is also classed as a holistic, complementary and alternative healthcare system, specifically suited to address balancing natural processes, such as sleep. If you want to know more about natural, traditional and integrative healthcare for insomnia, such as Ayurveda, then you can download free information below.
Yes, it is possible to achieve blissful sleep and you deserve it!
Find out what complementary & alternative medicine can do FOR YOUR sleep and why you should consider this approach over a ‘conventional approach’, such as drugs.
My name is Sonja Breuer and I believe natural processes should not be medicalized.
I help hundreds of people balance natural processes with the natural methods of Ayurveda and Yoga.
Do you sometimes wish you could sleep better and feel great?
If, at the end of the day, do you end up tossing and turning, then help is at hand with Ayurveda.
Ayurveda is a traditional medical system, or complementary health care solution, with the power to help you sleep better.
Discover Ayurveda, a very natural health care solution for sleepless nights as accomplished Ayurveda consultant, Sonja Breuer, can teach you the secrets of better sleep according to this integrative health care method.
Ayurveda is a proactive and traditional medicine, which is based on entirely natural methods. It does include natural sleep remedies such as herbal products, but what is more, it contains lifestyle advice too which is part and parcel of a holistic solution to insomnia, sleeplessness or simply bad sleep.
Many of our modern-day health problems are termed “lifestyle-related disorders”, which means they have their origin in living with lifestyle damage. A damaged lifestyle is a lifestyle which is not good for your well-being.
The truth is that our natural environment has changed a lot and will continue to change. Whilst our environment has become more technical, artificial, digital and time seems to have sped up, we are feeling more time-pressured in a world that has been concreted over and we are prioritising a huge number of vehicles, transportation and machines; our bodies, however, still adhere to millions-of-years-old biological principles.
Coping biologically in our not-so-natural-anymore Environment
According to the natural healthcare system Ayurveda, you have a unique body type made up of the five eastern elements: space, wind, fire, water and earth. You embody a unique combination of these elements which determine your healthcare requirements. If your lifestyle is opposed to what you need for your unique balance point, you will start to feel unwell with symptoms such as sleep problems. To improve your well-being, you can live more naturally, in tune with nature and your unique requirements.
Sleep is a natural process and I believe natural processes should not be medicalized. I will help you balance natural processes with the natural methods of Ayurveda and Yoga.
According to Ayurveda, insomnia is a disturbance in well-being; it is a symptom of the underlying problem of a dosha imbalance. To re-balance these elements we can use several methods: diet, lifestyle and herbal supplements.
Learn how to re-balance your body with the 7 steps to better sleep, based on an integrative, proactive healthcare solution called Ayurveda. The truth is that your lifestyle choices have a direct impact on your bodily doshas of vata, pitta and kapha, which in turn determine your well-being.
7 Steps to Better Sleep, my ayurveda training course for better sleep:
Because bad sleep can affect everything!
I have created a comprehensive online course with everything you need to know about creating balanced doshas to improve sleep. The course content is sometimes referred to as ‘ancient secrets’ as it is currently hidden knowledge, waiting to be discovered by mainstream healthcare.
Packed with real, meaningful and practical content, this six-week course is an investment in your well-being at only £459.99, which means it costs less than £ 75 per week. Included are personal, online coaching sessions with me to help you implement these life-style recommendations, plus access to my online yoga course. I am so confident you are going to love this, it comes with a money back guarantee!
You will receive:
Seven week online training course
Personal coaching support
Bonus: free access to the online yoga course
Take my course “7 steps to better sleep” to discover the best treatment for insomnia, the seven all natural lifestyle tools according to Ayurveda for better sleep. This holistic solution for insomnia will make sleepless nights a thing of the past.
You will only need about one hour each week to digest the information and you can then spend the rest of the week practising these simple steps. You will receive another step the following week. By the end of seven weeks you will have the seven steps completed and will have built up an array of new health-balancing habits.
It only takes 40 days to change a habit and hence your course content stretches out over 40 days. And if you have any additional questions or need more help you can contact me by email for support. There is also the online yoga course, which you can subscribe to at the same time for more support.