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When our residents come to Hammocks on the Edisto, they may be suffering. They may have experienced some form of trauma, or they may have a mental health condition that is contributing to their substance use issues. In such cases, a women’s wellness program is ideal. From the time that residents enter our program, they know that our team cares for them. Our residents have the opportunity to stay in one of our beautifully decorated semi-private rooms. However, the wellness experience doesn’t end after the women store their belongings. We also offer a range of opportunities to engage in holistic wellness.
Hammocks on the Edisto will weave together the philosophy and practices of yoga with the guiding principles of the 12-step program to create a centered mind and body sobriety approach. The word yoga translates to “union.” Uniting the mind and the body through a series of postures synced to the breath to create a deep connection to yourself, your sobriety, and the world around you.
We offer six distinct types of yoga at Hammocks on the Edisto. These practices include:
Our clients do yoga six days a week at our treatment center. Our schedule is as follows:
In addition, each class will begin with Pranayama, or breathwork, which activates a sense of calmness and mindfulness.
Our Certified Yoga Instructor has been certified by Yoga 4 Sobriety. This is a unique certification that combines the 12-Step Program with our own 7 chakras. Yoga is a way to improve the mental condition, but it has so many more applications, including:
Through yoga therapy and mental health treatment, patients may find the self-control and discipline to overcome substance use disorder involving drugs or alcohol.
Additionally, we recognize that recovery from addiction is often a life-long process. Therefore, we teach yoga to ensure that our residents have the tools to manage their cravings and temptations outside of treatment. With the help of yoga, many of our residents have the opportunity to stay sober and healthy as they finish treatment.
Hammocks on the Edisto is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment center for women in South Carolina. We provide a 30-day inpatient recovery experience specifically tailored for women in order to promote healing. We’re committed to providing the best possible recovery services to women above the age of 18.
Yoga is one tool that we use to assist in our residents’ recovery. Through holistic treatments, evidence-based therapy methods, and a community environment, our residents find the assistance they need to recover from addiction. To learn more about women’s yoga therapy or other offerings, call today at 833.793.0191 or use our online form.
¹ U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (n.d.). Yoga: What You Need To Know. National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/yoga-what-you-need-to-know.