We offer something for all skill levels. From group physical activities, cycling, strength training and yoga to climbing, hiking, social events or just getting together for coffee. All led by colleagues in recovery and supporters who have a deep connection to our mission. Stress, anxiety, and depression are common side effects of drug withdrawal, and using yoga during recovery may actually work to improve these symptoms.
A sober life with peace of mind: Women's Home offers a rehabilitation center for women who want to continue their path to recovery. Recovery from a truly successful addiction is based on the ability to not only live without substances, but also to thrive. Individualized treatment programs offered in a comfortable and relaxed environment promote healing in your recovery process. The Muse team understands the tremendous benefits associated with including yoga in your recovery plan.
A sober life with peace of mind: Women's Home offers a specific home for women who want to continue their path to recovery and, at the same time, learn how to return to society. Inpatient treatment offers clients a more structured day, since they will be living in the treatment center throughout their recovery process. Yoga is increasingly being used in substance abuse treatment programs and during recovery to help prevent relapses, reduce withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings, and provide a healthy outlet for dealing with potential triggers and stressors of daily life. SLHs also provide a strong sense of community that can lead to the kind of deep and lasting connections with other sober people who support a new, healthy lifestyle.
A Peace of Mind Sober Living provides a structured environment for recovering addicts and alcoholics who follow the same recovery plan. During treatment, women receive Bible studies every Monday, health and nutrition classes, yoga, a recovery coach, and an AOD internship when needed. Bus passes are provided, food and toiletries are not provided. However, the house has 2 kitchen rooms, they also attend 5 meetings a week if the person is not working and 3 meetings for those who have a job.
Sober Living Homes (SLH), also known as sober homes or transition centers, are safe, substance-free and supportive housing facilities for those recovering from substance abuse.