Yoga Therapy

Yoga Therapy

Yoga Therapy for Substance Abuse Treatment

Untangling from the grip of addiction can seem impossible, but yoga can lift you to higher ground. Let our Yoga specialist at Avatar help you to sustain a healthy recovery from addiction. Yoga has been proven to lower stress levels and anxiety. It allows for increased physical activity and overall improvement of your mental health—our Yoga Therapy Program assists with eliminating the trauma that has been residing in your body. Yoga is an excellent way to practice your breathing, tune in with this holistic portion of your recovery to free your mind, body, and spirit from addiction. Yoga is also something that you can continue with after you depart from our residential facility. There are Yoga 12 Step programs such as Y12SR to assist you in sustaining your recovery.

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What is Yoga Therapy?

Yoga is a 5000-year old healing practice that originated in India. Yoga blends physical exercises, breathing techniques, and meditation to enhance cognitive functions and the physical state of our body. Yoga therapies at Avatar, along with medication-assisted treatment, build your ability to keep yourself from going back to a toxic relationship with alcohol and drugs. The yoga therapy program at Avatar, a specialty therapy center in New Jersey, will help you develop a peaceful and disciplined life free from all types of addictions.

Yoga Therapy for Addiction Treatment

At Avatar Residential Detox Center, we believe in holistic development and absolute synergy between body, mind, and spirit. The ethics and practices of yoga connect the body, mind, and soul, thereby relaxing the whole body to induce positive thoughts and increase the patient’s physical strength. Once you start practicing Yoga at Avatar Residential Detox Center, it can be effective in creating a perfect balance between your mind and body.

Yoga practices taught by our yoga therapists help people to develop an organized and well-disciplined life during their journey to recovery. The postures and breathing exercises of yoga therapy programs stimulate the energy flow and thus helps individuals to avoid cravings and gain the strength to fight addictive behaviors.

Benefits of Yoga Therapy for Addiction Recovery

According to NHIS – National Health Interview Study, more than 80% of Americans who are practicing yoga experience a considerable decrease in their stress level.

Yoga therapy at Avatar has the following advantages:

  • A balancing technique that aids spiritual growth
  • Yoga helps a person to manage their whole body and thus regulates their urges and cravings.
  • Reduced fatigue.
  • Improves self-confidence and sleeping habits.
  • Connects with nature for relieving stress and coping with traumas.

Yoga Therapy Programs at Avatar

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Avatar’s Yoga therapies are designed to provide you with enough strength that beats your addiction to drugs. Our yoga therapists teach different yoga types such as Kundalini Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Yin Yoga, Iyengar Yoga, Bikram Yoga, and Power Yoga to develop inner peace, stimulate the brain, and strengthen your physique. Our medical team and yoga therapy assistants’ prime concern is to offer the ultimate level of peace and security to our patients by educating them to cope with the physical and mental struggles of detoxing treatments. No matter the complexity of the addiction cases, Yoga therapy for addiction recovery facilities at Avatar rewire your brain for positivity and success.

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