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What is recovery? "Recovery is a return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength. An act of regaining control..."
Who doesn't want to gain control over their mind? So the mind doesn't control you.
Our recovery yoga is inspired by the 12 steps of recovery, typically we hear this in relation to people that are recovering from drug and/or alcohol addictions.
But in recovery yoga you don't have to be recovering ONLY from drugs or alcohol. If you would like to try something new to get motivated, find inspiration, or you just want to be able to take a FREE yoga class, c'mon then!!!
We all have our "addictions" and maybe not so good habits. In these class you'll learn how to be present and in your body through opening up the body through asana practices combined with breathing to get those feel good chemicals going! When we FEEL good we're much more open to changing our behaviors and old ways of thinking. There is no fee for this class, we just ask for a donation if possible. If not, just come anyway!!
Sundays@5:30p.m~6:45pm taught by Pedro Bosque
Tuesdays@ 12:00pm~1:15pm Anna Krzywicki
Tuesdays@ 12:00p.m~1:15p.m @ Moksha Yoga Center
2528 W Armitage Ave
Chicago, IL, 60647
No Fee. Donation based class!
Yoga is a spiritual practice, just as the 12 steps of recovery are. Uniting body, mind, and spirit, Recovery Yoga addresses the physical aspect in order to develop a deeper sense of self, to be present and in our body. In this class we will learn how to cultivate a yoga practice to weave into our recovery practices that meets us where ever we are at in life. Only then can we begin to experience joy and a sense of self.
Recovery means "to return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength. Regaining control".
We incorporate the philosophies of yoga in relation to the 12 steps of recovery and how to lead a spiritually rich life!
"When we are not present we exist. When we are present we live".