Yoga combines a sequence of postures and breathing exercises to unite your physical, mental, and spiritual self. This can be particularly beneficial for individuals in recovery, as addiction interrupts the connection between the brain and the body.

Yoga for Recovery

Incorporating yoga into your daily routine has countless benefits. Find out how yoga can help your recovery and learn tips on how to get started practicing yoga at home.

5 Ways Yoga Benefits Addiction Recovery

Yoga offers many physical, mental, and spiritual benefits. Discover why it is often used in addiction treatment and how it can foster long-term recovery.

Lower Your Stress Through Himalayan Singing Bowl Meditation

Discover the benefits of Himalayan singing bowl meditation, how it encourages mindfulness, and why it can be useful for people in recovery.

Simple At Home Workouts to Kick Start Your Fitness Journey

Just because you don’t want to commit to joining a gym, or you don’t enjoy running around your neighborhood, doesn’t mean that you can’t get a workout in. We have created a list of some simple exercises that you can do at home, with no equipment. So, leave the excuses behind, grab a bottle of water, and get ready to feel the burn!

6 Natural Ways to Fight Withdrawal Symptoms

About 50 percent of people suffering from substance abuse relapse after completing treatment. Often, this is due to the physical and emotional withdrawal symptoms they experience. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce these symptoms and the risk of relapse.

Bringing Mind Body Spirit Practices into Your Life

Many residents at Mountainside report that our Mind, Body Spirit programs significantly change their life. But what to do "post Mountainside?"

Somatic Writing: Writing from the Heart

Let the mindful practice of somatic writing inspire you to get in touch with your inner self, unleash your creative side, and strengthen your recovery.