- May 28–June 2, 2017
- Sunday–Friday: 5 nights
Yoga, Meditation, and Recovery Conference
Tap into the ancient practices of yoga and meditation to deepen your exploration of recovery from addiction. Led by teachers who represent a variety of backgrounds and modalities, this retreat connects your inner and outer worlds, awakens joy and peace within, and brings recovery alive in your practice. When you are in touch with your wholeness, you more easily recognize your addictive behaviors and find the inner strength to move beyond them.
Offering something for everyone in recovery, as well as family members and healing professionals, this conference includes
- Asana and meditation, embracing concepts such as surrender, letting go, acceptance, and gratitude
- Breath work
- The chakra system
- Innovations in holistic Twelve-Step recovery.
Yoga means union, and yoga practice unifies the self, directly addressing the range of issues caused by addiction.
Program at a Glance
Rolf Gates, author of the acclaimed book Meditations from the Mat: Daily Reflections on the Path of Yoga, is a leading voice of contemporary yoga.Full Bio and Programs
Nikki Myers, MBA, is a yoga therapist, Somatic Experiencing practitioner, and certified Addictions Recovery Specialist. After a personal struggle with...Full Bio and Programs
Tommy Rosen, a vinyasa flow and Kundalini Yoga teacher, is a leading authority on addiction and recovery, and founder of the Recovery 2.0 online conference.Full Bio and Programs
Melody Moore, PhD, RYT, founder of Embody Love Movement and a social entrepreneur, is a licensed clinical psychologist, yoga teacher, and author committed to empowering women.Full Bio and Programs
Tim Walsh is a therapeutic outdoor educator and certified life coach who specializes in guiding people through the external and internal wilderness. He...Full Bio and Programs
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