• April 26–29, 2020
  • Sunday-Wednesday: 3 nights

Yogic Science for Breaking Habits and Addictive Behaviors A SuperHealth Program

Learn the yogic science of combating addiction with Mukta Kaur Khalsa, director of SuperHealth®. Since 1973, SuperHealth has been at the forefront of yogic therapeutic technology, addressing alcohol and drug abuse, smoking, food issues, relationships, and work. This powerful approach manages stress, depression, and anxiety by combining the ancient wisdom of yoga with the innovations of Western science.

Through Kundalini Yoga, breathwork, and meditation, you learn and experience

  • The physiology and psychology of addiction and its development
  • Recipes for detoxification and the rehabilitation process
  • Formulas and perspectives to targets cravings and to address physical breakdown and mental trauma
  • Therapeutic techniques in professional practice, clinical settings, private life, and as a teaching tool
  • The effects of various substances on the nervous, glandular, and circulatory systems, and how to recalibrate addictive patterning in the brain.

Note SuperHealth is an approved provider of continuing education units for nurses: Holistic Nurses Association #1218, Yoga Alliance, yoga therapists, NAADAC for addiction professionals and counselors, #103382, State of California Board of Sciences MFTs and LCSW, educational psychologists, clinical counselor #131565, and physical therapists.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
All levels
Suitable For
Program Theme
Kundalini Yoga


Mukta Kaur Khalsa, PhD, director of SuperHealth® and author of Meditations for Addictive Behavior and Healing Addictive Behavior, trained personally with Yogi Bhajan for 30 years.

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Jocelyn Johnson (Suchas Kaur), APRN, has 25 years of clinical experience in conventional and alternative treatment for mental-health issues and addictions, and serves as a trainer for SuperHealth.

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