Brett is particularly interested in sharing the alternative therapeutic aspects of yoga for addicts.  For Brett (and many yoga teachers and practitioners) yoga was a crucial modality for overcoming a life-threatening eating disorder.   

Yoga is much more than physical exercise; it is an opportunity to reevaluate our relationship with... everything.  Our habits, our anxieties, and our relationships with our own bodies. 

"Practicing yoga helped me practice discernment: the delay between trigger and acting on it.  Yoga practices started to supply more liminal space between the desire to act on addictive behaviors, and gave me a window to nourish better habits. "

Questions? Thoughts? Wherever you are in your recovery, contact Brett to ask about private sessions offered on a sliding scale for recovery seekers.