Love Letter To A Pillow

I wasn’t at the top of the Empire State Building and it wasn’t Valentines Day. But I was in New York City and I was in love… with a pillow.

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Empowered by Sleep

Health advocate and successful entrepreneur reveals power of quality rest and how Technogel has helped her combat joint pain and hot flashes to sleep better.

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Artist Robert Vargas On Fulfilling His Dreams

Artist Robert Vargas is a dreamer. Like the rest of us in the Technogel community, he dreams of making the world a happier, more beautiful place.

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Technogel Sleeping On Lifetime TV

Tune in to watch Mission Makeover of the Balancing Act® on Lifetime Television as the Technogel team helps 4 women in their journey to better health and wellness.

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Coach Values Sleep As Training Off The Court

Being a professional athlete means relying on your body to perform. As a coach, though, you not only need to keep up with the players but you must shepherd them to practice healthy habits during competition as well as days off.

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Neil Walker on Sleep And Playing Baseball

Professional baseball player, Neil Walker discusses the importance of sleep to his athletic training and game-day performances and how sleeping on a Technogel mattress and pillow has helped give him a competitive edge

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Marc Andre Fleury Sleeps To Perform

Goaltender Marc Andre Fleury discusses the importance of sleep to being a professional hockey player, shares the value of his Technogel Sleeping experience, and reveals a little of his life under the covers.

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MARIKO MORI

Mariko Mori was born in Tokyo, Japan, in 1967. Before stepping into the art scene, in the late 80s she worked as a fashion model, while studying Fashion Design at the Bunka Fashion College, Tokyo (1986-1988). She moved to England in 1988 to study at the Byam Shaw School of Art (1988-1989) and Chelsea College, London (1989-1992). In 1992 she started an Independent Study Program at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.

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LUCA TREVISANI

Luca Trevisani was born in Verona, Italy, in 1979. In 2003 he graduated in Art History in Bologna. In 2005 he attended “Matrioska”, workshop with Tobias Rehberger at the Milan Domus Academy and the Advanced Course in Visual Arts at the Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Como. In 2007 he was awarded the Furla Prize for the Arts and an artist residency at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin. The winning artwork was acquired by MAMbo – Museo d’Arte Moderna Bologna.

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HOW DO PRO-CYCLING CHAMPIONS SLEEP?

How do pro-cycling champions sleep? What do they dream? What would they like to be sleeping with? Maurizio Stefano interviews two of the world top-cyclist from the team Liquigas Cannondale, which participates to the Tour de France, the Giro d'Italia and the Vuelta of Spain.

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CRACKING ART GROUP

Cracking Art Group is a group of 6 International artists – Renzo Nucara (Italy), Carlo Rizzetti (Belgium), Marco Veronese (Italy), Alex Angi (France), Kicco (Italy), William Sweetlowe (Belgium) – which was born in Milan in 1993 and consolidated that same year after the exhibition EPOCALE. The name "Cracking Art" derived from the English verb to crack = fissure, break, crash, snap, pop, collapse.

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CHARLOTTE MUMM

Charlotte Mumm was born in 1980 in Georgsmarienhütte, Germany. She studied from 2000 to 2007 at Kunsthochschule Kassel, and graduated in 2008 as Master Student of Professor Urs Lüthi, Swiss photographer and painter of International fame. She also spent one year in China, at the Sichuan Fine ArtsInstitute in Chongqing. Solo exhibitions have been held in Germany (but you are beautiful - that compensates for your laziness in 2010 at the Galerie Tanit was her first great solo show in Munich), Italy, China, Serbia and Holland.

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