Did you know short daytime rests could lift your performance, reduce costly mistakes, improve mental health and help you sleep better at night?
Be proactive about your rest and recovery, have a power nap and recharge for performance.
Lift performance, take a nap
ProNappers are wellbeing consultants and sleep experts dedicated to normalising power naps for healthy and productive working days. With our virtual talks, online workshops and expertly curated nap products we’re here to help you rest, recover and recharge.
We are working with enlightened Wellbeing and HR leaders from Professional Services firms, Tech companies, Charities and Hospitals to ensure power naps are part of their progressive and inclusive wellbeing support for their people.
What we do …
Nap products for personal use
We curate the best napping products on the market and give you our opinion so you can rest assured you’re getting the best nap.
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Find out how we help individuals, managers, leaders and whole organisations develop new knowledge and confidence to normalise napping as part of the working day for improved performance and wellbeing.
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We have a suite of interactive and inspiring workshops, each with a targeted focus:
Nap Spaces design and installation
From a bespoke set of napping products to the entire refurbishment of a nap room, we can help create a space (personal and/or shared) nappers will want to use.
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The session really helped bust some of the myths and controversy about whether napping is good for you or whether you should push through the tiredness. The ProNappers team provided great strategies for individuals to consider
Naps in the News
Sleeping on the job: how a quick nap makes us more efficient
“Go for a run! Guzzle a green juice! Take a nap!”
ProNappers are proud to have our Founder Cara Moore quoted in the Observer Magazine.
Less Zoom, more Zzzzz: Why it’s OK to sleep on the job
We’ve been speaking to The Sunday Post about how to boost your energy level during the C-19 crisis!
Afternoon naps offer an effective solution for homeworker suffering from burnout after juggling home-schooling with a demanding day job and hours of Zoom meetings.
“As well as feeling refreshed and revitalised afterwards, taking a nap also improves your focus and concentration, which many home workers struggle with.”
How To Nap To Reduce Covid-19 Stress
“I am a 57 year old businessman. Without fail I take a 30 minute nap every day of the week, including weekends. It works wonders. Cara Moore, CEO of ProNappers, explains the many benefits of napping and introduces the Circadian Rhythm.”
How Can Napping Boost Productivity at Work?
Our fab Nap consultant Sam Ellis was due to speak at an In-house Recruitment conference in May in Manchester which has been sadly cancelled, so the clever team have collated a few mini ‘trailers’ for when it’s rescheduled. Here Sam is at home, talking about napping for productivity. She has squeezed a lot of benefits into just 2 minutes!
THE SNOOZE FACTOR: Why Napping Is The Performance Booster Your Employees Need
#ChatTalent were kind enough to invite us to write an article for World Sleep Day.
Are you a napper?
Is napping the answer to getting the best out of your people?
When talking about employee performance and wellbeing we all too often forget to consider the snooze factor. This is a fundamental oversight because sleep is serious business, and it’s costing your business hard-earned cash.
Napping is the overlooked solution to our global productivity crisis.
How to get more sleep
We’ve been speaking to the FT about Naps! In Dan Garrahan’s video: ‘How to get more sleep,’ he gets some top napping tips from Cara Moore (our founder) and gives napping a try in the FT offices – watch below to find out how he gets on.
Watch the video here via@FT
Latest Nap Chats
If you’d like to know what we know about napping, then dive in to one of our many blogs on the subject. You can find more here
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