Sage Sleep Revolution

Sleep Class

Sage Sleep Revolution

 

You know that all the baby training advice of disconnection and dysfunction is not right for you. But what can you do to get better sleep while meeting your baby’s needs?

In the Sage Sleep Revolution ecourse, I’ll show you the path to rest, connection, and independence. In other words, better sleep, for gentle parenting families.

Your baby is not manipulating, regressing, or in need of training. Your baby’s natural needs can be met, you can both have restful nights, and independence can be fostered. Specifically, I’ll show you:

  1. How to set up a sensory sleep environment and routine rooted in Montessori and Attachment Parenting.
  2. How to shift your approach to inviting sleep at night, during the day, and with awakenings.
  3. And more.

There will be night nursing and cosleeping. There will be no cry-it-out or controlled crying. Yet there will be quality short and long term sleep. Trust, harmony, and heart fullness will flourish.

Join me and 802 other peacefully sleeping families right here in the Sage Sleep Revolution for only $75 and you will get:

  • 7 Lessons
  • 9 Videos
  • 9 Worksheets
  • Sage Sleep Book
  • Facebook Group Membership

“If you’ve been looking for sleep support that align’s with what is biologically normal for you child and validates you as a parent and a person, look no further. Sage Parenting is now offering an online version of her services. We “struggled” big time with J’s sleep and I carried a ton of guilt and anxiety about it. I didn’t realize how much pain sleep training was causing ME until I reached out to Rachel. One validating email response from Rachel brought my stress levels around sleep from a 10 to a 2. Highly recommend her!”

Lindsay Stenovec, MS, RDN, CEDRD

1: Sleep Baggage

You’ve got issues (we all do).
It’s time to deal with your shit.

  1. Identify your baggage
  2. Let go of all that does not serve you
  3. Incorporate what does
  4. Leave space for new knowledge
  5. Set your filter

2: Sleep Geography

The setting for your sleep story: where?

  1. Choose the room for sleep.
  2. Ditch the baby cage.
  3. Set up the right sleep surface.

3: Sleepscape

Now that we have settled onto the right branch, let’s build our nest.

We get to design the sleepscape that will foster a healthy life long relationship with sleep while meeting present needs.

  1. Strip it down.
  2. Set it up.
  3. Make it safe.

4: Sleep Routine

We don’t want a schedule, which is an adult imposed agenda based on the clock, but a routine, which is a predictable flow based on your child’s needs. Your evening flow is your entry into the sleep garden and can set you all up for maximum restfulness. It is the difference between entering the night from a place of scarcity or a place of wholeness.

  1. Nighttime Routine
  2. Bedtime Routine
  3. Early Morning

5: Sleep Interrupted

  1. Expectations
  2. Causes of Night Waking

6: Day Sleep

Naps have to be one of the most grossly misunderstood and over-controlled aspects of parenting.

Live a life you love. Let sleep happen.

  1. Awake Time
  2. How much?
  3. Where?

I’m Ready

“No day goes by that I do not hear a mama friend complain about sleep. Rachel Rainbolt has changed the (sleep) lives of so many families, all by using respectful, gentle, nurturing techniques, and advice. I am excited to see her teachings become a course, so that more and more people will be able to implement gentle and respectful sleep solutions.”

Francesca Orland, NTP, CGP