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Eastern Based Modalities

These Eastern-based psychosomatic modalities offer complementary approaches to traditional addiction treatment, addressing the physical, emotional, and spiritual dimensions of recovery. By integrating these practices into addiction rehabilitation programs, individuals can access a more holistic path to healing and transformation.

Yoga is a spiritual and physical practice originating in ancient India. It combines physical postures (asanas), breathwork (pranayama), and meditation to promote holistic well-being. Yoga is often used in addiction recovery to reduce stress, increase self-awareness, and cultivate mindfulness.
Meditation is a core practice in many Eastern traditions, including Buddhism, Hinduism, and Taoism. It involves training the mind to achieve a state of deep relaxation, heightened awareness, and inner peace. Meditation is used in addiction recovery to reduce cravings, manage stress, and promote emotional balance.
While not strictly Eastern in origin, kinesiology incorporates principles of Eastern medicine, particularly TCM and Ayurveda, alongside Western anatomy and physiology. Kinesiology uses muscle testing to identify imbalances in the body’s energy systems and employs various techniques such as acupressure, meridian tapping, and nutritional counseling to restore balance and promote well-being.
Breathwork and pranayama are practices that focus on conscious control of the breath to influence the flow of prana (life force energy) in the body. These practices involve various breathing techniques, such as deep diaphragmatic breathing, alternate nostril breathing, and breath retention, to calm the mind, reduce stress, and increase vitality. Breathwork and pranayama are integral components of yoga and meditation practices and are utilized in addiction recovery to promote relaxation, enhance self-awareness, and regulate emotions.

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