Do you experience one or more of the following?
- Low Self-Esteem
- Blocked Creativity
- Low Self-worth
- Mild Depression
- Abandonment Issues
We provide a safe space for students to reconnect to their bodies, access deeper truths within, and assist in returning to their original self.
Recovery Rising’s focus is on the physiological and energetic imbalances that keep one in a state of low – self- esteem, depression, shame, blame, inner – anger, and a lack of self-love. Recovery Rising classes are designed to be inclusive of ALL types of people on a path of self-healing and development. We are a trauma focused and sensitive program.
What is Kundalini Yoga?
Kundalini Yoga is an ancient energy management system which respectfully draws upon a vast body of teachings brought to the West by Yogi Bhajan from India in 1969. He broke with tradition by teaching Kundalini Yoga to all. It includes familiar yogic postures as well as incorporating dynamic movement, pranayama breath techniques, deep relaxation, meditation, mantra and mudra.
Of all the Yogas, Kundalini Yoga is the most rapid means to reach the union of Yoga, to know the unknown and see the unseen, while providing the numerous benefits that one enjoys from a regular Yogic practice.
What is Kundalini?
Kundalini is the dormant power of Infinity in a human, a healthy natural quality, our own spiritual energy that takes away duality. When the Kundalini is active only in the lower chakras we have only a finite experience. When it is distributed through all the chakras, we can experience pure consciousness, the unbroken flow of Pure consciousness of Infinity.
When, once in a while a little kundalini “seeps” into the higher centers we have everyday experiences of joy, calmness, peace of mind, oneness or the bliss at the sight of our newborn’s smile. Otherwise we feel lonely and separate, we suffer in life; it is dull, drab and lackluster.
Yoga For Addiction
*SuperHealth has been accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and received its highest commendation being rated in top 10% of residential programs in the United States.
Although we don’t like to “labels” on students there is a time when a more personalized and focused approach needs to be taken to assist one with the specific issue of addiction. This includes addiction to prescription, over the counter, illegal drugs, alcohol, and cigarettes.