Sleepcare Stories

Beyond the Sheets: Peggy Sealfon

Beyond the Sheets: Peggy Sealfon

Beyond the Sheets: Peggy Sealfon, Personal Development Coach & Author, on Acknowledging Fear for Improved Wellness Peggy Sealfon is an author and novelist [her latest book, Awakening: A Novel, won a Firebird Book Award], a personal development coach, motivational speaker and a student and teacher of body, mind and soul alignment. Simply, she is a force awakened in an intersectional wellness world.  In our conversation, Peggy explains the importance of boundaries and acknowledging fear when it comes to stress and anxiety management, particularly when it comes to work/life balance. She notes a huge part to mitigating stress and anxiety is...

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Beyond the Sheets: Michael Lahm Discusses Current Wellness Trends

Beyond the Sheets: Michael Lahm Discusses Current Wellness Trends

Michael Lahm, Vice President and COO of TLEE Spas, is a self-proclaimed behind-the-scenes person in the spa, beauty and hospitality space. His passion extended past his credentials - wellness, in all forms, is his north star, his purpose. 

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Beyond the Sheets: Sonya Denton is Helping Define Beauty on Our Terms

Beyond the Sheets: Sonya Denton is Helping Define Beauty on Our Terms

Sonya Denton is the founder and CEO of weDstll™, a transparent and collaborative platform matching people and natural wellness brands together based on shared values and lifestyle choices. She is transforming the definition of beauty for the betterment of health.

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Beyond the Sheets: Kami Jones, PhD on Why Rest and Breath are a Privilege for the Black and POC Community

Beyond the Sheets: Kami Jones, PhD on Why Rest and Breath are a Privilege for the Black and POC Community

We cover the connection between breath and quality rest with Kami Jones, PhD, who is a developmental psychologist, mentor, researcher, experienced yoga instructor and creator of A Place to Breathe. Kami also explains the daily, often unnoticed by the white community, traumas experienced by the BIPOC community that lead to quality rest and restorative breathing being a privilege, not a right. She is a protector of space - for herself, her loved ones, for the BIPOC community, and you and me.

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