Hi! I'm Seema, International Sleep Consultant


Bringing babies into this world and raising them can be one of the hardest things you’ll ever do. Losing sleep because your baby keeps you up at night, makes it even harder. I am here to make your life easier with simple sleep solutions to help your newborn, baby or toddler sleep through the night.


A good night of sleep is a wonderful thing.

Let me help you remember what it feels like!

p.s. this photo is my daughter, Debyani. Her crazy sleep patterns are what got me started as a sleep consultant. I look forward to supporting your family soon.

– Seema Barua, PG DIP MBACP CCI

Do you spend hours rocking or walking your baby to sleep?

Do you feed your baby to sleep only for them to wake again shortly after to have to feed back to sleep again?

Is your child is waking up frequently in the night?

Do you start the night in the cot and bring your baby to bed in the middle of the night through pure exhaustion?

Does your baby cat nap?

The Solution

80% of my parents see improvement in sleep within 2 days. Self settling to sleep and sleeping longer stretches overnight.

Within 3 days my babies are on the age appropriate routines.

Naps consolidate within one week.

Early Morning Wake up’s if there are any stop within 1 – 2 weeks.

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Within 2 weeks my babies are on the correct night time feeds appropriate to them individually.

As a Gentle Sleep Consultant and qualified counsellor I work with newborns up to the age of 5 years old. Sleep Training is not just about how you put your baby to sleep. It involves looking at your baby holistically. We will look at their awake times, nap schedule,solid intake,  medical issues, feeding routines, night time plan, sleep environment, how to cope with regressions, nap transitions, dummys, swaddle’s, cot transitions and so much more!


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