Letting Go for the Night

Meetings & Conventions: Short Cuts November 2001 Current Issue
November 2001
Short Cuts: Short on sleep?
Letting Go for the Night

'Sleep is the antithesis of effort," says Michael Krugman, founder of the Sounder Sleep System (www.soundersleep.com) in New York City. While most lecturers are concerned with keeping audiences awake, Krugman teaches attendees to doze through short, frequent exercises of the eyes, lips, tongue and wrists. Based on the holistic Feldenkrais Method, the system has attracted greater interest following Sept. 11, according to Krugman. "People are in a state of shock still, and I’m seeing dark circles under their eyes," he says. "These techniques deliver you to the shores of sleep."


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