Hi, I’m Ahna
I’m here to make sleep great again!
I’ve been helping individuals and teams sleep well for two decades. Are you ready to thrive?
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Ahna is a force of nature. Her message, her amazing tone, and her stories told with powerful care make you want to be your best. When it comes to improving performance, everyone wants a silver bullet – well it’s sleep, and Ahna is the expert.
Author, speaker and founder of Tour de Cure
Ahna presented her fantastic “Sleep Well and Thrive Program” to our staff and the results have been amazing. The number of staff that have reported a positive impact on their lives post the program has been overwhelming and I would definitely recommend this program to any employer that is looking to support their staff with tools to assist their mental health through sleep improvement. Thank you again Ahna
For more than 20 years I suffered from disruptive and too little sleep. Ahna guided me through doable steps that helped me regain my ability to sleep well. She used a variety of techniques which were life changing. I now wake up inspired! My capacity to problem solve and be innovative has sky-rocketed. I feel fantastic.
Managing Director, Cape Public Relations
Ahna opened our minds with her informative and expert knowledge on stress reduction and sleep improvement. She delivered the seminar with total engagement, enthusiasm and passion. This topic is a must for all CEOs.
Chairman, The Executive Connection (TEC)
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