After a career in Media, Radio & Marketing in Brisbane, Shea Morrison became a mother and realised the importance of meaningful rest and connection. In 2014 Shea joined forces with friend, fellow sleep-deprived mum and now business partner, Danielle Knight to create The Goodnight Co. This platform helps people fall back in love with sleep and prioritise meaningful rest. Launching with silk pillowcases and silk sleep masks, the pair then spent the next five years researching and surveying hundreds of people about their sleep problems, gradually developing more products to help customers build sleep rituals to solve these problems.

With sleep problems still on the rise, Morrison and Knight were constantly being asked for more information on how to help people re-discover quality sleep. As a result, The Goodnight Co’s first Sleep Retreats and Sleep Workshops launched in 2019. The retreat and workshops provide personalised help for those struggling with disrupted sleep patterns and provide a mixture of education and relaxation, science and deep sleep, meditation and mindfulness. Morrison and Knight found the perfect location at Springfield Farm in the Southern Highlands of Bowral. It is a beautiful location with lots of space to connect with nature, fresh air, and nourishing food. Through business focused workshops, Morrison and Knight have also connected with workplace professionals to provide tailored industry specific advice on how sleep deprivation can impact employees and what management and staff can do to improve this area of their health and productivity.

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