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Yoga Therapy Program

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If you or a loved one is experiencing addiction, we’re here to help.

people participate in a yoga therapy program for addictionFor over thirty years, Michael’s House has helped individuals struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. The cycle of addiction takes a toll on a person’s body and mind and can damage relationships with friends, family, and coworkers. We offer comprehensive, integrated therapy programs at Michael’s House using evidence-based and holistic therapeutic approaches. As part of our commitment to a total healing approach that addresses mind, body, and spirit, we offer a yoga therapy program.

There is a structure and discipline to yoga—specific postures and controlled breathing help align the mind, body, and spirit and promote healing and focus. These techniques can greatly benefit a person in treatment or recovery.

To learn more about our yoga therapy program in Palm Springs, California, call 760.548.4032. We can answer any questions or help you or a loved one get started on the path toward recovery.

What Is Yoga?

Yoga is an ancient practice that helps those struggling with addiction by promoting physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Through a series of postures and controlled breathing exercises known as pranayama, yoga therapy can help those struggling with addiction to experience increased strength and flexibility, improved focus and concentration, reduced stress levels, a heightened sense of self-awareness, and an enhanced sense of inner calm and peace.

At Michael’s House, we offer specialized therapeutic classes tailored to our patients’ needs.

What Are the Benefits of Yoga Therapy for Addiction Recovery?

Some of the major benefits of yoga therapy for addiction recovery include the following:

  • Yoga can help improve physical strength and flexibility.
  • Yoga can help improve focus and concentration.
  • Yoga can help reduce stress levels.
  • Yoga can help increase self-awareness.
  • Yoga can help promote a sense of inner calm and peace.

Improve Strength and Flexibility

Many people who are struggling with addiction and substance abuse will experience physical pain and stiffness as a result of their condition. Yoga helps to increase strength and flexibility, allowing those struggling with addiction to feel more comfortable and at ease in their bodies.

Improve Focus and Concentration

Through the practice of yoga, individuals may also experience an improvement in their focus and concentration. Yoga helps to clear the mind and improve mental clarity, making it easier for those in recovery to stay on track with their treatment plan and focus on the important work of healing.

Reduce Stress Levels

Stress is a common trigger for relapse and can also contribute to feelings of depression and anxiety. Yoga helps to reduce stress levels by promoting a sense of inner calm, thereby assisting individuals in staying grounded and focused on their recovery.

Increase Self-Awareness

As part of the physical and mental benefits of yoga, individuals also experience an increased sense of self-awareness. This increased awareness can help those in recovery to better understand their triggers, emotions, and thoughts, allowing them to take control of their mental health and avoid relapse.

Promote Inner Calm and Peace

Finally, yoga can help to promote a sense of inner calm and peace, which is crucial for healing from addiction. As individuals in recovery learn to manage their emotions and stay centered, they are better equipped to maintain their sobriety and focus on recovery. With the help of yoga therapy, individuals can achieve lasting healing and sobriety.

Reach Out to Michael's House Today

If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, Michael’s House in Palm Springs, California offers treatment programs customized to the needs of our patients. Our yoga therapy program is just one of many therapeutic approaches we offer, and a combination of therapies is most often employed in treating each patient. Call us today at 760.548.4032 or contact us online to learn more.