Yoga of Recovery: Between the Mat and the Meeting
with Mary Thompson and Durga Leela
June 9 - 16, 2019
Ayurvedic Healing for All Addictive Tendencies
Health and recovery from addiction and disease involve fully living in the wholeness that you are. By recognizing your innate strengths and stress-response tendencies, you can learn to revitalize your body’s systems rather than to depend on addictive, unhealthy behaviors. Build a strong foundation of living well, and learn about stress, digestion, sleep hygiene, and detoxification. Practice deep self-care and emotional regulation through simple Ayurvedic daily routines that you can practice at home.
Optional 12-step meetings will also be offered throughout the course.
We require alcohol/chemically dependent guests to have at least three months of continuous sobriety. Those with eating disorders and behavioral addictions (relationships, gambling, spending etc.) should have enough stability to embark on this particular work.
This retreat is part of a longer, in-depth certification program suitable for professionals and coaches who work with those on journeys of recovery.
You can learn more about the approach of this course by reading this article.
Please note Durga Leela is also offering Yoga of Recovery: Healing the Habits that Bind Us June 2-9, 2019. You can register for both Yoga of Recovery programs for $1,200 total tuition.
6:00am – 7:45am Morning Satsang
8:00am – 9.45am Yoga Asana & Pranayama Classes
10:00 am Brunch
11:00am – 11:45am Karma Yoga/Free Time
12:00 pm to 3:00 pm Course Session
4:30 pm Course Practice Session/Yoga Nidra Class
6:00 pm Dinner
6:45-7:45pm Open “All-fellowships” 12-step meeting (Attendance Optional)
8:00 pm Evening Satsang
This course is open to all. We suggest at least three months of continuous sobriety for alcohol/chemically dependent guests, as we are not a medical/detox facility (if this is the level of care you need please seek appropriate help immediately). Please contact us if you feel able to attend in your early sobriety—we’d like to ensure that the retreat is the best option for you. Those with eating disorders or behavioral addictions (relationships, gambling, spending, etc.) should have enough stability to embark on this work.
Mary Thompson, C.A.S., P.K.S., (Ayurvedacharya), is a graduate of the California College of Ayurveda and senior teacher with certifications as a Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist and Pancha Karma Specialist. Mary is a graduate of the first graduating class of the College…
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Durga Leela is founder of Yoga of Recovery, a comprehensive program integrating Ayurveda and Yoga with recovery tools for a holistic mind, body and spirit approach for those affected by addiction and self-destructive behaviors. Yoga of Recovery is currently offered…
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