Overcome Insomnia in London

Max Kirsten is a Certified Sleep Coach, Clinical Hypnotherapist & Master NLP Success Coach

Max Kirsten is known as The Sleep Coach. He successfully treats Insomnia on London and all other anxiety related issues at his sleep clinic in Knightsbridge. He is also an award-winning Clinical Hypnotherapist, a Master NLP Success Coach and author.

Twelve years ago Max had to learn how conquer his own insomnia with a variety of natural drug-free strategies. Since then he has  developed his own approach to achieve better sleep that includes learning how to practice self-hypnosis, combined with his own unique form of ‘Mindfulness’ based Autogenic Sleep Training for Insomnia.

He also teaches the latest forms of sleep hygiene for better sleep. He has also created several sleep programs that have won a number of sleep and Insomnia treatment awards.

He can be found if you search for Sleep Coach London, Insomnia London, Insomnia Hypnotherapy London.

Sleep Coach Insomnia Hypnotherapy London

Max holds One-2-One Sleep Clinics at The Max Kirsten Clinic, 35 Beauchamp Place, Knightsbridge in Central London.

He also successfully treats Insomnia in London and other anxiety related sleep conditions often in collaboration with the London Sleep Centre, Harley Street, London W1.

Max has also created his own unique sleep training system which includes a sleep protocol called ‘The ABC of Better Sleep’, which he teaches to all his sleep deprived clients.

Sleep Clinic

Award-Winning Apps & Downloads

Sleep Awards

Max has created two award-winning apps for achieving better sleep.

The first is called ‘The ABC of Better Sleep’ and the second is called ‘The Insomnia Cure – Sleep Now – with Max Kirsten.’ Both Apps can be downloaded now for the iPhone and the iPad from the iTunes Appstore.

Buy: App | MP3

Buy: App | MP3

Buy: App | MP3


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