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Embodied Recovery

A program of empowerment for people on the sober path.

A body-centered approach to recovery blending neuroscience, Yogic and Buddhist principles, and a sprinkling of the 12-steps. 

 

Trauma-informed | Brain-Centered | Mindfulness-Based 

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Have you been impacted by addiction? 

You live in your head and feel disconnected from your body.

 

You have racing thoughts, excessive worry or anxiety.

 

You are your worst critic and beat yourself up for not getting it right.

 

Your emotions feel overwhelming and difficult to manage.  

 

You feel like you've lost your center and you don't know how to return. 

You feel uncomfortable in social situations without a buffer.

When you could stop you didn't want to, and when you wanted to you couldn't.

What to Expect
Establish 
  • Weekly 1:1 Therapeutic Yoga Sessions (45 min)

  • Mini check-ins via text

  • Library of guided meditations and videos

  • Journal prompts and worksheets

  • Personalized yoga video

  • Ayurvedic recommendations

Weeks 

1-4

Root

Real, lasting change requires consistency and repetition because the brain is malleable, its called neuro-plasticity. In your first month, I'll craft a personalized daily routine (sadhana) for you based on your dosha. Dosha is your unique mind-body type according to Ayurveda, the sister science of Yoga. Your daily practice is a video and includes written daily tracker. 

Weeks

5-8

Center

The next area of focus is the process of going inward for self-study (svadhyaya) to discover your truest desires and that which stands in the way through journal prompts, mediation, and self-compassion practices. During this period of deep reflection, you'll assimilate, absorb, and eliminate long-held beliefs and patterns (samskaras). Includes a pdf of journal prompts. 

Weeks 9-12

Rise

Commitment to your self-care routine and the discoveries you made during self-study has prepared you for the rising upward into the truest version of you and the life you had imagined (dharma).  Now is the time to nurture, affirm, and reinforce the practices that keep your tree flourishing. A mini-workbook with manifestation practices and guided meditations (audio) support this part of the process.

  • Week 9: Fortifying Faith in the Process
    Identifying where you find refuge during the storm Practicing letting go Connection with a higher power/purpose
  • Week 1: Getting Settled + Setting Intentions
    Introduction to the program and facilitator Overview of program structure and group guidelines Sharing your personal story- experience, strength, and hope Setting your intentions for the program
  • Week 3: Understanding the Traumatized Brain
    The characteristics of a traumatized brain Understanding the fight-flight response Learning about the Triune brain model and the vagus nerve The magic of neuroplasticity
  • Week 2: Reclaiming Your Power
    Stabilizing fear and anxiety
  • Week 4: Developing Emotional Resiliency
    Identifying emotions that throw you off track Establishing a new relationship with emotions Experiencing emotions as energy and exploring their felt senses Somatic practices to balance the emotional center of the body
  • Week 12: Integration + Future Planning
    Reflecting on the journey and progress made Celebrating personal achievements and milestones Creating a comprehensive plan for ongoing growth and development Identifying resources and support systems for continued success in recovery
  • Week 10: Practicing Happiness
    The neuroscience of happiness
  • Week 8: Exploring Self-Identity
    Reflecting on personal identity beyond addiction Identifying values, passions, and strengths Exploring personal purpose and meaning in life Setting goals aligned with personal values and purpose
  • Week 7: Embracing Authenticity
    throat chakra self expression
  • Week 5: Strengthening Self-Worth
    Exploring perfectionism, self-doubt, Identify where you feel small
  • Week 11: Nurturing Self-Care
    Practicing self-care techniques for physical, mental, and emotional well-being Understanding your unique mind-body profile (dosha) Integrating Ayurvedic rituals for self-nurturing and balance Developing a personalized self-care plan
  • Week 6: Cultivating Self-Compassion
    Identifying and understanding the purpose of the inner critic Developing new ways to speak to the inner critic Identifying how the inner critic throws you off track Heart-centered practices to bolster compassion toward yourself and the inner critic
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