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Yoga of Recovery for Counselors Course  (4010)

04/14/2013 11:00 AM - 04/23/2013 2:00 PM

The course combines Ayurveda and Yoga with traditional recovery tools to offer a more holistic approach to addiction and self-destructive behaviors. For those in counseling roles, the course offers additional tools and a comprehensive approach to wellness,
emotional sobriety and sustained spiritual development using Ayurveda and Yoga as extension therapies to any 12-step work. Topics of this course include: Root causes of addiction Addictive tendencies of the doshic types The role of Prana in recovery (diet
and exercise-Hatha Yoga) Understanding the gunas Our spiritual/psychological natures Four paths of Yoga for those in recovery Raja Yoga and the 12 steps Ayurvedic nutrition The importance of proper daily and seasonal routines Key recovery tools satsang support
- fellowship Ayurvedic counseling profiles Detoxification and herbal therapies This course is open to anyone, but may be of particular interest to therapists, social workers, addiction counselors, sponsors, Yoga teachers, Ayurvedic practitioners, health professionals
dealing with people who are recovering from addiction, people with family members with addiction and/or histories of addiction.


Location: Yoga Retreat

Paradise Island
Nassau, Not Applicable 00000
Bahamas


Sponsoring Organizations: Yoga of Recovery


Type of Event: Health and Wellness




Targeted participants for this year's event: 30



Primary Contact:
Durga Leela
Paradise Island

Nassau, Not Applicable  00000

Bahamas
Tel: 1-866-446-5934 Tel: 1-242-363-2902 Fax: 1-242-363-3783









 

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