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Reality exceeds the dream for four dynamic women

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26 May 2014

Reality exceeds the dream for four dynamic women

We all dream of refreshing and luxurious sleep. And for four fortunate and discerning individuals that dream has become a reality.

Netball dynamo Maria Tutaia, fashion blogger Leonie Barlow, dietitian Nadia Lim and new mum to twins Anna Reeve have lived the dream with the much-anticipated launch of Sealy’s new Exquisite bed range.

With the help of these four energetic women, Sealy’s new collection has been put to a vigorous lifestyle test - and been judged as ideal for their circumstances.

According to the quartet, the collection has exceeded their expectations with each saying her new bed has contributed to quality sleep and waking refreshed and energised.

Maria Tutaia says she has benefited two-fold from the experience. “I’m sleeping so much better and that has contributed to less problems with my back - and I’ve certainly noticed an improved performance on the court.”

For Style Insider blogger and mum Leonie Barlow feeling fully refreshed and on top of her game is a requisite of her profession. “It’s been enlightening to say the least how I am waking up feeling bright-eyed and revived, ready to dive in to the world of fashion and style trends.”

Anna, married to ZM drive host Jay Reeve and new mother to delightful twin boys, is a prime candidate for sleep deprivation. “I’m simply getting better quality sleep from my Sealy Exquisite and, given sleep is in short supply at the moment, this is very important,” she says.

Sleeping on her new Exquisite bed, Nadia Lim’s enjoying a complete lack of partner disturbance – no mean feat considering husband Carlos is 20 kgs heavier - and is relishing fewer back problems.

The new Exquisite beds combine precise engineering with stunning aesthetics. They result from many hours research by a dedicated team of design experts and engineers to deliver the ultimate in support with a comfort core that moulds to the individual.

Sealy marketing manager Jenni Gaze says although the four women live completely different lives and face different tasks and challenges, “at the end of the day they all appreciate the importance of a quality night’s sleep that our new Sealy Posturepedic beds can deliver”.

“The Exquisite collection beds are designed with busy lifestyles in mind. That’s why we asked these four active women to experience the difference sleeping on an Exquisite bed can make.

“Given sleep is essential and since we put so much effort into taking care of ourselves during the day with diet and exercise, it’s important we take care of ourselves the best way we can with a supportive bed providing leading technology.”

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