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Using Yoga to Find Harmony & Restoration

Stress is a major trigger of substance misuse for many women. Chronic pain, trauma, loss of employment, or marital problems — and sometimes just everyday problems — can cause women to turn to drugs and alcohol as a way of coping. Giving them ways to relieve their stress is, therefore, an important component of addiction treatment.

Yoga is a way of clearing the mind and relaxing the body, which makes it a natural therapeutic tool in addiction treatment. At Avery Lane, our program includes yoga classes that are designed to help women relieve and control stress, thereby removing a possible trigger for relapse. Yoga also strengthens the body, which provides additional health benefits.

Yoga also helps in the development of mindfulness. Women who are dealing with addiction are often unable to focus on the moment. Guilt about their past and worries about their future can rob them of life in the present. When experienced all at once, the problems of life can seem overwhelming. The practice of mindfulness trains women with addictions to let go of their pasts and futures so they can be fully present in the now. When they focus only on the present, their problems become more manageable, and they can learn to control stress. This can be an important component of achieving and maintaining sobriety.

At Avery Lane, we integrate the practice of Yoga into our holistic approach to addiction recovery. Recognizing the powerful connection between physical movement, mental clarity, and emotional well-being, our yoga program is designed to support and enhance the healing process for women overcoming addiction.

Benefits of Yoga in Addiction Recovery

Yoga, a practice that combines physical postures, breath control, and meditation, offers a multifaceted approach to recovery. It’s a tool not just for physical rehabilitation but also for mental and emotional resilience. In addiction recovery, Yoga is a nurturing and grounding practice, aiding in developing self-awareness, discipline, and inner peace.

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Our yoga programs provide several key benefits:

  • Improved Physical Health: Yoga helps build strength, flexibility, and overall body wellness, which are often compromised due to addiction.
  • Stress Reduction: The meditative aspects of Yoga are effective in reducing stress and anxiety, common factors in substance abuse.
  • Emotional Balance: Regular yoga practice encourages emotional stability and helps manage mood swings and depression.
  • IMindfulness and Awareness: Yoga promotes a heightened sense of mindfulness, aiding individuals in recognizing triggers and developing healthier coping mechanisms.
  • Spiritual Connection: Yoga fosters a deeper sense of spiritual connection and self-discovery.

Yoga as Part of Your Recovery Experience

Yoga at Avery Lane is more than a physical activity; it’s essential to our comprehensive treatment approach. We encourage our clients to cultivate a practice that supports their journey to sobriety and overall well-being. We invite you to experience the transformative power of Yoga at Avery Lane. Embrace this practice as a path to balance, healing, and a deeper connection with yourself in your journey toward recovery.

Join Us on the Mat for Recovery & Renewal

Yoga is a powerful tool for enhancing recovery, offering a holistic approach to healing the mind, body, and spirit. Through yoga, women improve physical strength, reduce stress, and cultivate mindfulness, which are crucial to a successful recovery journey. It provides a sense of inner peace and balance, helping individuals cope with cravings and emotional challenges more effectively. Call us today at (800) 270-2406 to learn how yoga can support your journey toward lasting sobriety and well-being.

Holistic-Based Modalities

At Avery Lane, the Holistic-Based Modalities we employ include but aren’t limited to:

Anger Management

Effective techniques for managing anger.

Equine Therapy

Promoting emotional growth, communication, and healing.

Expressive Arts Therapy

Using creativity to facilitate self-discovery and healing.

Mindfulness

Fostering awareness, centeredness, and mental clarity.

Nature Therapy

Harness the healing power of the natural world.

Nutrition Support

Nourishing dietary choices to aid physical recovery.

Reiki

Channeling positive energy for physical and emotional healing.

Relapse Prevention

Identify and manage triggers, reducing the risk of relapse.

Sound Healing

Harmonious sounds promote relaxation and reduce stress.

Spirituality

Meaning, purpose, and connection with something greater than oneself.

Yoga

Physical postures and meditation to enhance well-being.

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