Embodying the 12 Steps: Kundalini Yoga & Meditation for Freedom from Addiction
We are all on a healing journey and so often issues and challenges arise for us to work through.
By combining the power of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation with the wisdom of the 12 Steps of Recovery we can fully embody these meditative and practical tools. We can then heal and continue our evolution towards personal freedom.
We can remember we are divine and that all our problems are teachers to guide us to our highest potential.
Concepts covered in this course:
- This course focuses on the first three steps of recovery viewed through the lens of personal empowerment.
- 1st Step: Challenges are our greatest teachers
- 2nd Step: Because of this, hope, health and sanity are available to us, even at our darkest moments, and
- 3rd Step: When we remember that the divine is within us, we gain the courage and strength to heal and evolve through any problem
What does this course include:
- Meditations, Mantras & Kriyas specifically for embodying the first three steps
- Personal insights, tips, and ways to embody your recovery and gain freedom in relationship to any challenge
- Guided questions & time for contemplative writing
- Learn from the author of Embodying the 12 Steps: Kundalini Yoga for Recovery
- Freedom from isolation, remembering we are not alone on this journey
- Freedom from shame spirals through embodying the 12 Steps in a new way!
She has been practicing yoga since she was twelve, but her life changed dramatically when she began practicing Kundalini Yoga at age 36 after two years of sobriety.
She became a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher in 2011 and immediately went to Liberia in West Africa to teach Kundalini Yoga to civil war refugees. She has a Master’s degree in Classics, is a Registered Psychotherapist, and is the owner of Adi Shakti Yoga & Therapy located in Colorado. She continues her recovery journey to this day through various 12 Step programs.
She is the author of “Embodying the 12 Steps: Kundalini Yoga for Recovery” and holds programs to guide others through this journey of recovery.