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Meg Jordan, PhD., RN, CWP -- Global Medicine Hunter (R) Meg Jordan, PhD., RN, CWP -- Global Medicine Hunter (R)
San Francisco , CA
Thursday, May 17, 2018

 

How Connected are Dreams to a Good Night's Sleep?

California Institute of Integral Studies Presents Workshop and Public Lecture with Dr. Rubin Naiman, in Conversation with Prof. Meg Jordan

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Dr Meg Jordan    mjordan@ciis.edu

(SAN FRANCISCO) -- If you're not sleeping well, you're probably not dreaming much either. Would you like to discover the link between nourishing sleep and actively remembering and using your dreams for enhanced well-being? Sleep and dream expert Dr. Rubin Naiman discusses the latest science with CIIS Professor Meg Jordan at a CIIS Public Program workshop held on Saturday and Sunday, June 2-3, 2018 in San Francisco.  The theme for this full CIIS workshop is introduced in a Friday lecture, open to the public on June 1, 2018, 7-9 pm at 1453 Mission, San Francisco.   

    Inadequate sleep is associated with obesity, chronic disease and depression. The CDC reports that over 40 million Americans are chronically sleep deprived, accounting for needless accidents, injury, absenteeism, and a loss of vitality and productivity.  But what happens when you aren't dreaming enough? Come to this workshop and find out how to sleep better,  and perchance to dream (thanks, Will) for a healthier, more fulfilling life.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/on-integrative-sleep-therapy-a-conversation-with-rubin-naiman-and-meg-jordan-tickets-41351242680?utm_source=CIIS+Public+Programs&utm_campaign=fa6978f772-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_05_14&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_28a8124ff0-fa6978f772-136627273

 

 

Well-being is not just a matter of waking life. Obtaining deep and refreshing sleep and dreams has, however, become a challenge for too many of us. Ultimately, we don't get sleep because we don't get sleep. Our understanding of sleep and dreams has been distorted by the relentless glare of modern waking life.

This workshop provides natural and practical strategies for those seeking more restful nights or treating sleep issues in others. Dr. Naiman presents a novel, mindful approach to healing sleep and dream deprivation by integrating evidence-based sleep science with time honored spiritual practices for recovering our healthy nights.

 

Rubin Naiman, PhD, is a psychologist, sleep and dream specialist and clinical assistant professor of medicine at the world-renowned University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, directed by Dr. Andrew Weil. Dr. Naiman is a leader in the development of integrative approaches to sleep and dream disorders, integrating conventional sleep science with depth psychological, transpersonal and spiritual perspectives.

Dr. Naiman founded and directed sleep programs at Canyon Ranch and Miraval Health Resorts for fifteen years. He is also founder and director of NewMoon Sleep, LLC, an organization that offers a broad range of sleep and dream related services, trainings and consultation internationally. He currently maintains a global telehealth practice and has worked with a diverse clientele including Fortune 500 CEOs, professional athletes, statesmen, actors and rock stars.

Dr. Naiman is the author of several groundbreaking works on sleep, including Healing Night, Healthy Sleep (with Andrew Weil),The Yoga of Sleep, and Hush: A Book of Bedtime Contemplations, as well as various professional articles and book chapters. He has been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers and has blogged about sleep and dreams for HuffPost. Click here to learn more about Dr. Naiman

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Dr. Meg Jordan, PhD, RN, CWP, is an award-winning health journalist with Global Medicine Hunter ® News, Co-President of the National Wellness Institute, author of HOW TO BE A HEALTH COACH, Department Chair and Professor of Integrative Health Studies M.A. Program at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco.  She is a medical anthropologist, and behavioral health specialist.  mjordan@ciis.edu

 

 

 
Meg Jordan, PhD., RN, CWP
Global Health Media
San Rafael, CA
415 599-5523
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