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Chances are you have heard of yoga, even if you have never done it. Yoga has some amazing physical and mental health benefits, which makes it a great option to explore many different struggles. Here are just a few of the benefits that one could experience practicing yoga. 

Reduce Stress

Learning to find your inner calm is an important part of the recovery process. Taking the time to find your inner calm and connect with your feelings can be beneficial. When we learn to look deep and acknowledge our feelings we can then learn to work through them. Yoga also helps us to learn healthy breathing, which can help us to feel more calm and centered. When you pair the benefits of yoga with therapy for an addiction or a mental health issue, it can yield good results for many people. 

Social Connection

Participating in yoga classes gives you the opportunity to connect with others. You have the opportunity to learn things together and discover techniques at the same time. If taking a class is not something that interests you, invite a friend or family member over to follow an instructional video. Building connections is an important aspect of your recovery journey. When we feel connected to and equal to those around us, we can build a sense of belonging. 

Gain Energy

Some find that practicing yoga on a routine basis helps them to feel more energized. Yoga can be a great addition to a morning or evening routine. Finding what works best for you is key to success. Everyone is different, so take the time to understand what works. What works best for your friends or family members may not be the right option for you. 

Yoga can be a great addition to traditional therapy. It can help you both physically and mentally. If you find yourself with stress or anxiety, this could be a way to help manage that. Making yoga a part of your daily or weekly routine can help build stability, reduce stress and anxiety, and improve energy levels. As you work through your treatment you will face many challenging days, filled with high stress and high emotions. Yoga is a great addition to help you face those emotions and situations with a calm, centered mind. The professionals here at The Guest House are ready to help you work through your journey. Call us today to learn more about all of our treatment options at (855) 483-7800.