Meditation Therapy for Substance Abuse

Passages Malibu offers guided meditation for addiction recovery as part of its holistic drug and alcohol rehabilitation program, the main purpose of which is to identify the underlying causes of your drug and alcohol addiction for permanent sobriety. The guided meditation for addiction recovery at our premier luxury rehab center in California will help you develop new insight towards your drug and alcohol addiction by forging a connection between the mind, body and spirit.

Call (888) 566-9165 to learn how meditation can help with your addiction through enhanced breathing exercises and powerful yoga and tai chi poses.

How Meditation for Addiction Recovery Benefits You

The self-discipline and control taught by meditation therapy easily translates into other parts of your life. Purpose and meaning become easier to conceptualize and act upon after holding therapeutic meditation positions for just a few minutes each day. Cravings and signs of withdrawal become easier to keep away through advanced meditation techniques.

Meditation therapy can help unblock and resolve past traumas by analyzing the memories from a place of calm instead of panic. Reflecting on your life decisions from a different perspective is yet another opportunity to find the underlying causes of your drug and alcohol addiction for permanent removal.

Physical benefits of meditation therapy include:

  • Increased limberness
  • Pain relief
  • Better sleep
  • Improved blood sugar levels
  • Sharper immune system

Get Expert Meditation Therapy at Passages Malibu

Meditation benefits you for the rest of your life. Meditation therapy is simple to learn, and the benefits will only continue multiply as you excel to new levels of aptitude. Even if you have no prior experience with meditation at all, there are plenty of simple stretches that can help you calm your mind and nerves enough to make a major difference throughout (and beyond) your recovery from drugs and alcohol.

Meditation for substance abuse is a resourceful skill you can practice at any time, any place. Clients often report meditating on their own during times of emotion distress or temptation. To receive more information about meditation therapy as well as yoga and tai chi, call our Admissions Department today at (888) 566-9165.