Another one that made me laugh, from Lululemon
This “Lttle Miss Addict” You Tube made me laugh, hope you enjoy it!
Today a young woman from NY showed up at the Vietnam ashram asking for Durga. She is in recovery, and in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) for 2 weeks to help her sister move here. She wrote a friend in NY (YoR retreat guest) who told her we were here, so she came on 2 …
This is a wonderful 20 minute talk on “The Power of Vulnerability” from Brene Brown, compliments of TED.com We often get to these kind of discussions and realizations in our Yoga of Recovery sessions, it is amazing to be around people who are becoming open to accepting their vulnerability and all the gifts it offers.
I enjoyed reading this blog post from David Crow, author and founder of MedicineCrow and Floracopeia Aromatic Treasures. David is an expert in the field of botanical medicine, natural health and ecological sustainability. He is a master herbalist, aromatherapist and acupuncturist with over 30 years experience and is an expert in the Ayurvedic and Chinese …
Below is a link for an article written by one of our Yoga of Recovery counselors, Alicia, from our NY July 2011 course. It is for a contest to win a scholarship for a yoga teacher training. The winner of the article is the article with the most votes. It’s a great article from a …
The therapist I saw in early recovery (12 years ago) sent me this, made me laugh and we need a sense of humor in life! Humor Mental Health Hotline
When I see this it makes me wonder about all the resons we have this much medication that needs to be safely gotten rid of – are they overprescribed? people are not ‘compliant’ with them? they improve without them? they seek other ways to feel better? http://www.drugfree.org/join-together/drugs/almost-200-tons-of-prescription-medications-collected-on-third-drug-take-back-day?utm_source=Join+Together+Weekly&utm_campaign=01582bd553-JT+Weekly+News%3A+Marijuana+Use+and+Adolescents…&utm_medium=email
Here is a great introduction to dosha-balancing yoga from Banyan Botanicals.
This is a great lecture about recovery from mental disorders from Patricia Deegan. It addresses recovery aspects that also can apply to recovery for alcoholics and addicts.