We have handpicked experts from different fields who have passion to help people struggling with sleep. Sensitive sleepers have  various causes for poor sleep, and for this reason our ways to heal differ as well. Experts have different approaches and skills. Healing won’t begin until we take actions and start testing what works for us. Keeping a sleep diary for couple of weeks could clarify the reasons for poor sleep.


Note: Most of the experts listed here are from London/South England area, but we will extend the list on-goingly and welcome all relevant experts to send information to contactus@sensitivesleepers.com


The Sleep School

The Sleep School’s approach is centred on what good sleepers do to sleep, which is nothing more than trusting their body’s natural ability to sleep. We help clients to understand that their natural desire to want to ‘do’ things to get to sleep may well satisfy an internal desire ‘to fix’ but it could only be pushing sleep further away. Our approach teaches clients to not let the ‘controlling side’ in all of us get in the way of this natural process and how to make space for, or even play with, any fears associated with not sleeping, something that allows sleep to emerge naturally once more. More about founder doctor Guy Meadows and the Sleep School in here.


Dr Nerina Ramlakhan

Dr Nerina Ramlakhan is a sleep and energy coach. She is one of the leading sleep therapists in the UK and works with corporate clients as well as being a sleep therapist at Capio Nightingale Hospital in London. She believes that the essence is not 8 hours of sleep every night but quality restorative sleep which is accessible through practical steps. She is the author of the book Tired But Wired, the essential sleep toolkit – how to overcome your sleep problems. More about dr Nerina Ramlakhan in here.


Yoga in Mind – Yoga for Better Sleep

Since I can remember I was always interested in how to be healthy in my body and in my mind and how to feel relaxed and energized at the same time. I thought that I have to do more to feel like I was enough. Not until I did restorative classes followed by training with Judith Lasater. Restorative Yoga gave me space and support to explore the different aspects of myself and rediscover my fullness and my depth. I am based in North West London and I am currently teaching 121 sessions throughout London. More about Elzbieta’s restorative and sleep better yoga in here.


The London Sleep Centre

The London Sleep Centre is a leader in the provision of diagnostic and treatment services for people with Sleep Disorders and related medical and psychological disorders. Our unique Sigma Approach integrates a variety of models of care for people with sleep problems and we treat people across the life span from early childhood to the later years. We have expertise in the assessment and treatment of all types of Sleep Disorders. Our experts: Dr Irshaad Ebrahim, Dr Adrian J Williams, Dr Peter B Fenwick, Dr Chris Idzikowski, Amanda Owen, Elizabeth Scott, Penny Smyly. More about the London Sleep Center in here.



Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) techniques have been shown in numerous clinical trials to help overcome even long term insomnia. Sleepio founder Professor Colin Espie explains CBT for Insomnia trains people to use techniques that address the mental (or cognitive) factors associated with insomnia, such as the ‘racing mind’, and to overcome the worry and other negative emotions that accompany the experience of being unable to sleep. Sleepio has also online courses, starting from £6.99 / week. More about Sleepio in here.

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Millpond – Children’s Sleep Clinic

Our approach is safe and kind. We offer a programme tailored directly to both your child’s and your family’s needs. As we offer a worldwide service most of our consultations take place over the phone. So wherever you live you can sit in comfort as we guide you through your child’s sleep issues. Throughout your programme we offer you unlimited email support to answer any anxieties and help keep you on track. At the end of the training your child will be able to get themselves to sleep at the right time for you, free of stress and anxiety.  Sleep experts: Mandy Gurney, Clair Lyons, Juliet Newson, Jackie Garwood, Cathy Madley-Dowd, Evelyn Stewart. Read more here.


U Can Yoga

Teaching Hatha, Hot Yoga, Vinyasa and Restorative Yoga, I am London-based and available for drop-in classes, private yoga sessions (in the comfort of your own home or space of your choice) and corporate yoga classes. I am a certified Relax and Renew Trainer. I continue to deepen my knowledge, regularly attending workshops and immersions with leading teachers, to date including Cyndi Lee, Sarah Powers, Simon Low and Yogeswari, among others. More about Paula’s restorative yoga classes and retreats in here.


Charing Cross Sleep Centre

The sleep centre at Charing Cross Hospital has been involved in testing sleep for over 20 years. It’s today one of the biggest clinical centres in the south of England. Once you have been diagnosed with a sleep disorder there are a number of treatments that may be appropriate. Charing Cross treats several sleep disorders but not insomnia (currently). Lead experts: Dr Andrew Cummin, Dr Graeme Wilson, Dr Frances Bowen.  More about Charing Cross Sleep Centre in here.


Edinburgh Sleep Centre

At The Edinburgh Sleep Centre we believe that the accurate assessment and diagnosis of sleep disorders combined with a multimodal approach to the treatment of sleep disorders is the only way to ensure a sustained and long-lasting improvement in sleep and its related symptoms. Our philosophy is based on the belief that every individual is unique and requires a treatment plan that incorporates the individual within his/her wider context as part of a  family, community and society. Experts: Dr Chris Idzikowski, dr Adrian J Williams and dr Irshaad Ebrahim. More about Edinburg Sleep Centre in here.


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Sasha has been practicing yoga for 20 years and teaching for 5. She trained with several world-renowned teachers and has been most influenced and inspired by the Iyengar, Parayoga and Scaravelli traditions. She emphasizes correct breathing techniques, and the need to listen to your body and treat it with kindness. Her focus is on the health of the spine and her classes are both relaxing and energising, perfect both for beginners or for those wishing to deepen their practice. Education: BWY accredited diploma, Yoga Campus TT diploma, Yoga Alliance 200 hours certificate, TSY (trauma sensitive yoga) certificate, Relax and Renew® trainer, Red Cross First Aid. More in here.