With Dr Martin Jones, Human Performance & Sleep Specialist
23rd February | 1230 GMT | 45-minutes
Frontline staff in the emergency services are often subjected to disrupted or restricted sleep patterns because of their occupation.
Sleep underpins health and performance and without the knowledge and tools to better manage sleep, an individual’s performance, health and mental health can be placed under extreme pressure.
Dr Martin Jones, Human Performance and Sleep Specialist, and Tim Rushmere Eleos Co-Founder, explore how YOU can begin optimising yours.
Understand why sleep is a biological necessity.
Learn how you can start to optimise your sleep when it’s under pressure.
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NEW: Sleep and Performance mini-Course
Discover the secrets to unlocking peak performance through quality sleep with our new Sleep and Performance workshop.
Led by renowned expert, Dr. Martin Jones, this workshop delves into the vital connection between sleep and optimal performance. Gain valuable insights and practical tools to enhance your sleep quality, manage sleep-related challenges, and maximise your overall wellbeing.
We are thrilled to announce the release of our CPD-accredited Sleep and Performance mini-course, designed to provide a deeper understanding of the subject and equip you with actionable strategies. Pre-register now to secure your spot and embark on a transformative journey towards better sleep and peak performance.
Martin is a human performance and sleep specialist with over 20 years’ experience working with athletes, the emergency services, the military and the private sector to support and improve sleep, self-care and performance.
Tim is a Lead Instructor and the Eleos Team’sprogramme designer. He is passionate about helping people and organisations confront adversity head on in search of sustaining optimal health to underpin performance.
With a background in product and graphic design Tim enjoyed 14 very active years in the British Army, including two operational tours, completing both Commando and Airborne selection and received an award for gallantry in 2007.
Having experienced ten years of changeable mental health and then significant mental illness Tim led a self-determined recovery by actively unpacking the root causes and the unhelpful behaviours that followed. Tim has experienced first-hand the complexities that poor mental health can create in both daily life and how it can be compounded within a high-performance culture, especially upon relationships, judgement and decision-making.
He understands the critical role of mastering a resilient mindset as the foundation to performance in life and applying practical personal strategies that embed positive, progressive development. An avid sportsman, he values the role physical fitness has to play in keeping the mind healthy and in the ongoing development of mental fitness.
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