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- Help regulate the nervous system
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- Learn to be more present and make better decisions for your future
- Help reduce inflammation & improve sleep
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Guy’s authenticity and genuine care for people, combined with his intimate knowledge and experience with these tools, have created a unique program for true transformation. Thank you Guy for all you have taught me, and all you do - you are a true inspiration!"
Who is Guy Lawrence?
Guy Lawrence is a coach, speaker, wellness advocate and entrepreneur. After co-founding a successful business in 2010; 180 Nutrition and exploring all facets of health, in 2018 he stepped down to follow his true passion, and created a deeply personal project centred around meditation.
He is the founder of 'Let It In', an online community program using meditation and the principles of neuroscience to help people bridge the gap between the life they live and the life they truly want to live.
Guy also hosts the 'The Guy Lawrence Podcast' which includes conversations with pioneering experts such as Bruce Lipton, John Demartini, Wim Hof, Paul Chek, Gregg Braden, Anita Moorjani amongst many others. He has successfully sold-out weekend retreats in collaboration with other called 'Live In Flow'.
When not on tour with his workshops or retreats, he resides in Byron Bay, Australia with his wife Lynda. Self-confessed ‘people person’, Guys warm approach and relatability welcomes new-comers to meditation and the neuroscience behind its benefits.
Some notable achievements include spending five days at a blind-study meditation retreat and generating the same amount of electricity in his body than an electric eel; spending five days with Wim Hof (The Ice Man) exploring cold-exposure, breathwork and meditation to explore and master the human mind and body response; and had his brain measured by neuroscientists that showed he produced the same brain wave states of a Buddhist monk of 40 years.