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Wellness Good sleep is fundamental to our health and vitality. More important than nutrition and exercise, it provides an immediate, entirely pleasurable way to improve our well-being. So when life pushes you faster, step off the merry-go-round and sink into a Savoir.
Tarry Toomey by Rachael Dunville

Taryn Toomey

Wellness Expert

The Class by Taryn Toomey has been lauded as a transcending practice, garnering recognition from news outlets like Fast Company, The Hollywood Reporter, WSJ, Vogue, The New York Times, and The New Yorker. Known for transforming students with her magical, virtually unexplainable workout, Taryn is on a deep soul journey to become one with her past and open herself to higher purpose and greater fulfillment.

Sleep tip 1
"One hour prior to getting in bed I take a magnesium and potassium supplement that helps relax the body, my favourite is Natural Vitality's Calm. I also like taking CBD to calm the nervous system and prepare my body for sleep."
Taryn Toomey's class shot by Jaimie Baird
Sleep tip 2
"I check emails, text messages, or anything electronic prior to getting in the shower or bath, which is typically 30 minutes before bed. I let this be the final moment for all electronics. I turn my phone off and put it away for the night so I am not collecting electromagnetic radiation. "
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Sleep tip 3
"Make sure you do some sort of water ritual before bed to wash off the day physically, emotionally, mentally. I always take a bath or shower before bed to rinse off my day. I find this incredibly important, understanding that we collect our day on our physical body and need to clean it off. "
Taryn Toomey - The Class
Sleep tip 4
"From here, I get into bed and put my legs up on the back of my headboard for 10 minutes. Hands on my body, taking time to follow my breath in and out. I use this time to take stock of my day, not obsessing or analysing, simply noticing. A moment of reflection."
Taryn Toomey - The Class