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Recovery Yoga

From the Show: Rewired Radio
Summary: Addiction affects the body, mind, and soul — which means that a successful recovery journey must include practices that are good for our bodies, minds, and souls.
Air Date: 1/22/18
Duration: 28:29
Guest Bio: Jeff Finlin
Jeff-FinlinJeff Finlin is known as an authority on yoga and recovery. His ability to mix compassion and inquiry through direct relationship with others is the core of his work. His practices and interaction combine to create a profound environment for growth and self-actualization. He combines simple everyday yoga practices with traditional recovery tools that enable the practitioner to move deeper into his or her spiritual life.

“The word yoga means literally means "union" or "to merge." More than a set of physical postures or exercises, yoga is defining as a spiritual science and technology used to determine the nature of who you are and what you want to be. Exploring this is essential for a person in recovery.”

Sober since 1997, Jeff has partaken in a 20-year study and practice of yoga. His teaching is centered in continued study, practice and personal relationship with students. The ability to connect one on one with his students is a pivotal part of his teaching. He prides himself on his work with beginners and people in recovery. As far as people in recovery are concerned, Jeff has made it his mission to help the afflicted gain access to the dimension of themselves that lies beyond the body and mind.

Jeff released his book, 365 Days of Recovery Yoga, in 2017 and launched a teachable platform called “A Course For Enlightened Recovery.” He is currently working on the following up book and teaching.
  • Book Title: 365 Days of Recovery Yoga
Recovery Yoga
Addiction affects the body, mind, and soul — which means that a successful recovery journey must include practices that are good for our bodies, minds, and souls.

Jeff Finlin is an authority on recovery and yoga. The author of 365 Days of Recovery Yoga, Jeff helps people grow and actualize their best selves by incorporating yoga into recovery.

Jeff’s work is founded on the principle that incorporating the practice of Yoga with the tools of traditional recovery programs can ensure health, well-being, wholeness and continued sobriety.

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