Online Zoom


Jul 18 2024


4:00 pm - 5:30 pm



The Power of Perception

The ancient wisdom of yoga provides a guiding light on the journey to recovery – illuminating the inner workings of our minds and providing ways to alleviate the suffering we experience in our day to day lives. Yoga addresses every aspect of our well-being – physical, mental, and spiritual – with a gentle and holistic touch.

The 8 Limbs of Yoga serve as a roadmap, guiding individuals towards self-awareness, self-discipline, and serenity in recovery through a blend of ethical guidelines, physical practices, breathing exercises, meditation, and spiritual exploration.

Join us on this enriching exploration of yoga’s timeless teachings, where you will uncover practical tools that empower you to transcend suffering, cultivate balance, and pave the way for lasting recovery.

In these new Yoga of Recovery workshops, led by Tarini, we will immerse ourselves in the profound threads of knowledge found in classical yoga texts, unraveling their practical applications and relevance to modern recovery pathways. Through engaging lectures, reflective exercises, group discussions, and therapeutic practices, you will unlock the transformative potential of yoga and what it means for your recovery journey.

Whether you are new to recovery/yoga this workshop provides a safe and supportive space for you to deepen your understanding of yourself and the world around you, connect with a supportive community, and explore the transformative power of Yoga as a Recovery Pathway. Everyone is welcome and a valuable member of the Yoga of Recovery community.

If you can’t make it to the live workshop, a recording will be provided and you will have access for 3 months

About Tarini

Tarini (she/her) brings a unique perspective to YoR workshops, drawing from her personal experience as someone in long-term recovery from heroin use disorder. For the past 10 years, she has closely studied with Durga Leela, incorporating the practices of Yoga of Recovery into her unique recovery journey.  Celebrating 9 years of sobriety, Tarinis deep passion lies in serving the recovery community beyond the confines of clinical rehab settings, recognizing that only a small percentage of individuals affected by addictions receive formal treatment.   In these workshops Tarini shares how yoga offers a stabilizing impact on the lives of those suffering with substance use disorder, their loved ones and Peer support coaches.  She teaches from the place of a person with lived experience and the classes are highly relatable and accessbible.  We’re all aware how much support is needed for every single person impacted by this disease and we hope you’ll join us.