Open Meeting + Relaxing, Gentle Yoga + Like-Minded Community = Happy, Joyous & Free. This group meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays from 6:30-8:00PM PST via zoom.
About this Event
A safe space to connect with yourself, others, and the deep peace within.
Yoga of 12-Step Recovery (Y12SR) meetings blend the holistic support of yogic practice with the cognitive approach of the 12-Step Program.* It’s part open-meeting, part relaxing yoga class, 100% supportive like-minded community!
Meetings begin with a grounding meditation, followed by an open meeting for the sober and sober curious. We then transition into a relaxing yoga practice to help us find comfort in our skin and peace in our minds.
This class is for anyone who wants to be FREE from unwanted addictive or compulsive relationships with anything from drugs and booze, food, shopping, sex, media, gambling, cigarettes, drama, or whatever else you reach for when you want to escape the present moment.
*This is an open, inclusive space. 12-Step affiliation or previous yoga experience is NOT required. Friends and family welcome.
***DETAILS & SIGN-UP***
When: 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month beginning 3/2/21 from 6:30-8:00pm PST
Where: Meetings via Zoom. Please click link below to register. Once registered, you will receive Zoom link and password. Pre-registration protects the privacy of the meeting.
Cost: A donation of $5-$30 is suggested. No one is turned away due to lack of funds. Your donation matters! 1/3 of the proceeds go to Huckleberry Youth Health Center, providing addiction recovery support for youth.
REGISTER & PAY HERE: www.awakenedrecovery.com/yoga-12step-meetings
Facilitator: Chelsea Rappel is a Yoga Therapist, Drug & Alcohol Counselor and person in long-term recovery residing in the San Francisco Bay Area. Chelsea is the founder of Awakened Recovery, a holistic, mind/body approach to treating the harmful effects of trauma including substance use disorders, anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Chelsea has a virtual private practice working with individuals, groups and treatment centers. Visit www.awakenedrecovery.com to learn more.