A look into the practice of breathwork for addictions. Check out this Q&A with a long time practitioner of breath practice.
You can. But why try to beat addiction on your own? Science is showing us how social connections make us more happy. This article explores the relationship between community and positivity, with tips on how you can get more connected…today!
Do you hesitate when it comes to “meditation”? Here, we discuss 7 real-life benefits of adding meditation (Step 11) to your daily routine. More on the science, research, and advantages of this age-old intervention here.
A look at what’s in purple drank, what it does to your body, and how you can tell someone is drinking it. For teens, parents, coaches, managers, and anyone who hopes the best for their loved ones.
By Jessica Kantor The Power of Unplugging Imagine a day without distractions. Or rather, imagine a day where distractions empowered you instead of throwing you off course. Imagine a day where you get to experience breathing in a new way. A day where every taste, touch, sound can be not only a reminder of yourself […]
Does mindfulness meditation increase the effectiveness of substance abuse treatment for teens? (BOOK REVIEW)September 25th, 2015
Yes. A mindfulness practice can be effective in the treatment of substance abuse. More here, with a book recommendation that can help you implement a fully scalable program into your clinical practice TODAY.
Addiction can be viewed in terms of biology, psychology, sociology, culture and chemical conditions. But what about our spiritual natures? We explore here.
Did you know that you can meditate while walking? Learn a simple five minute addiction recovery meditation here.
Meditation does not need to be difficult or strenuous. Meditation can be done by anyone, at almost any time. These are a couple basic meditation techniques that can be done in five minutes or less.