Joanne

Joanne is originally from the UK, however for the past 3 years she has been living in Amsterdam. Joanne is an experienced educator with a lifelong passion for learning. She has studied children’s development having also worked supporting children with special educational needs.

Since the birth of her son she has learned first-hand the difficulties associated with fragmented sleep. She knows how it feels to be exhausted and unhappy. Working with a sleep consultant changed her family and their lives for the better.

After moving to Amsterdam Joanne became a full time mum to her son. When she decided she wanted to get back to work she completed the Sleep Sense certification programme and started her company Joanne Lozman Sleep Consulting. As she has been that sleep deprived parent, she really wants to help others by sharing her passion, experience and knowledge of children's development and learning. She is passionate about helping families get the sleep they really need.

Joanne can help with the following:

  • Setting your newborn baby up with a schedule and good sleep habits

  • Night wakings

  • Early wakeups

  • Nap issues (refusal to nap, short naps)

  • Bedtime stalling

  • Night weaning

  • Transitioning to a bed from a crib

  • Establishing a daytime schedule

You can read more about Joanne's work on her website here, or by following her here to be up to date about her daily work.

Joanne's classes at Mamamoon School

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HEALTHY FOUNDATIONS FOR BABY'S SLEEP

What can you do when pregnant to help set your baby healthy foundations for good sleep? What is that you can do when your baby is born to help them and you take the most out of their sleep, and to help them find their rhythm? And what are the things that we need to give them time to settle..

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HOW TO HELP WITH COMMON SLEEP ISSUES

Some babies sleep better and some don't. Learn simple tips on how to help them find their rhythm, or to find that rhythm back.. 

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NEWBORN SLEEP IN FIRST MONTHS OF LIFE

What to expect, what you can do, what you should avoid doing, and what you better let it be..