Led by Linda Ruth
This short course will explore the connection between yoga and recovery from addiction.
The breath; just as we practice one day at a time in recovery, in a yoga practice we use one breath at a time to help us stay in the here and now. We come to understand that “steady breath, steady mind” is a powerful tool for recovery.
The body; in recovery, we learn to have healthy habits helping us to restore and rebuild our bodies. Yoga approaches physical health and changes in a gentle, individual way.
The spirit; in recovery we come to know that we can have a gentle open heart, living in peace with ourselves and others. Yoga provides the place and the quiet for us to be in peace, one breath at a time.
June 7, 14, & 21 (6-7:30 pm) at TriYoga Bellefonte
Limited to 8 people
(Full event cost is typically $45— $15/student is supported by donors.)