You will learn to become fully present and conscious of
every thought, word, and action as a choice.
From inner stillness, being fully present, one comes to a profound detachment.
A pause when urges, impulses and thoughts are recognized, observed and
gracefully allowed to pass, like clouds on a windy day.
Having years of recovery from the devastating effects of addiction, I have
developed techniques to aid, guide and gently unfold an empowered and
more graceful you.
Breathing techniques help change the inner
environment of the body.
Transforming acid to alkaline, fight and flight to
autononomic homeostasis, from effort to ease, from react to respond.
All having profound carry over into life, awareness and attitude.
Pain caused by the suppressed energy of ignoring or withholding emotions,
creates extreme inner tension. As inner tensions builds withouts
‘productive’ outlets for self expression, the pain of suppression leads to
ineffectual coping (escaping) through acting out. It starts
innocently, innocuously enough and eventually…usually quickly spirals out
of control, Once caught in the web of addiction, it becomes a
downward, disempowering cycle of guilt, shame, low self esteem,
Where as in a state of homeostasis emotions can easily be
recognized, accepted and released. As you learn and grow
more skilled extra assistance of breath work and meditation is needed to fully
The energy of addiction and its causes manifest in the
body. ‘The issues are in the tissues’ We do the physical
work necessary to release if from out bodily tissues. This requires
more than quitting the addiction. It requires a scientific
method developed over thousands of years and it’s
There are countless specific poses, kriyas and
meditations that address addiction directly. In Asana practice,
forward folds can be very calming and centering, blood comes into the
head creating a sense of renewal and mental clarity.
us to move stuck emotional energy and detoxify the organ systems.
Backbends build confidence and vitality.
Meditation, stress relieves and and clears past
It’s a simple breath – inhale 5, hold for 5 exhale for 5. The
hands are held in front of the heart with each fingertip on one hand
touching its counterpart on the other. Do this breath for 11 minutes a day
for 40 days and you will no
longer have to wonder if meditation is helpful
for people in recovery. Then, once it is out we can begin the daily
maintenance process of detoxifying and clearing new energies that come up.
This is the process of true recovery. This
is what we do when we get on the
yoga mat. We connect with our body breath and mind.
clear energy and get present. We strengthen and develop flexibility and
most of all we center ourselves in our true Self. Yoga also
helps one recognize the signs of relapse at the level of feeling and
sensation in the body and provides tools and practices that help
restore balance before the relapse. This helps one soothe the nervous
regulate it in sustainable non-destructive ways rather than
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