Substance abuse usually begins as a way to separate from our pain, but prolonged use separates us from ourselves and our spiritual connection.
Addiction is not limited to drugs or alcohol, and is a topic that has likely touched all our lives. Join Kirtan in this specialized training exploring addiction and the path of recovery. Over two weekends, you will learn practical yogic tools and life skills to help with early recovery and relapse prevention. Dive deep into the scene of addiction, practice and discuss ideas for creating self-regulation and resilience, learn creative yoga sequencing for classes held specifically in recovery centers and hospitals, and gain an understanding of trauma-informed teaching. This course is designed for those looking for a deeper understanding and ways to assist others on their personal journeys to wholeness. » Yoga Teachers
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» Students Recovery is a restart or rebirth. With a yogic perspective, there is hope and joy. All levels welcome. TRAINING DATES:
May 2-3 Saturdays and Sundays, 12-6pm
in the Studio min 10, max 30 $375 for all About Kirtan
Since 2008, Kirtan has lead mindfulness meditation, yoga, and life skills groups as an Occupational Therapist at Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara, CA, and at Promises Austin, a residential recovery center. Assisting people with stress reduction and inner connection are her passions along with sharing space with students of all ages and abilities.