Do you feel like life can be stressful and sometimes very overwhelming to manage? Do you feel like certain life conditions, experiences, incidents, weaknesses and struggles may have pushed you to look for superficial relief or temporary enjoyment, however with time you have become dependent to this temporary and harmful ‘relief’? Addiction is no small matter. Whatever the addiction relates to, be it drugs, alcohol, gambling, cigarettes, food, sex, work, or certain behaviors or actions, the physical and emotional toll of the addiction state is very serious.
You know substance-dependency is making your body, mind and soul sick. Addiction is taking over your life and it is now at a point where you have lost control of it. This tendency dictates what you do, when and how. You are not yourself anymore. You miss the real you. Your addiction is harming you and is affecting your family, social, and personal relationships. You are not performing well at your job. You feel weak and lack a sense of safety and security. Deep inside, you want to put an end to this abuse, but you don’t know how to. You may have felt humiliated or rejected by people. You are feeling guilt and shame because you know this is not good for you. This has lead you to despair as you feel like you lack the right support system, but most importantly you lack the tools to set yourself free from this. You have looked for help, but you know that unless you go to the root of things, you will never drop that dependency. You know that if you help yourself spiritually and internally, that you have a vastly greater possibility to put an end to your addiction.
Maybe you are taking a break to evaluate your life and realize that you are no longer in control of it. Anger, negative emotions, weakness of the mind are taking over you and they steer you into behaviors that give you temporary relief, joys and pleasures, yet that are very harmful to you. You feel lost, confused and can’t find yourself in the midst of this hectic world. When you lose control of your life, you cannot accomplish your goals and you feel like you are wasting your life. Society has established predetermined conditions on how to live life and you feel pressure and stress trying to meet these high demands and this pushes you even more towards your dependency. You feel stuck even though you know there is so much you have to offer not only the world, your friends and your family, but also yourself. You may lack courage, guidance, strength, direction, motivation and support to reclaim your life. The voice inside of you tells you to help yourself and find the right guidance. You’re searching for help. And that’s why you are reading this.
Addiction is the act of becoming dependent on a substance, thing, or behavior. Addiction can be a dependency, but it’s not limited to only drugs, cigarets, alcohol, sex, gambling, technology, or food. People that become addicted to these know they are harmful to their body and/or mind, but do it despite the negative consequences. Once the addiction prevails, people have no control over it and their actions, thoughts and behaviors revolve around it. It is important to live a non-addicted life.
“Purnam” in Sanskrit means perfection. With a blend of intensive breathing techniques and yoga postures, Acharya Shree Yogeesh developed the Purnam System, which helps cleanse your body of toxins and negativities and immediately brings clarity, a sense of lightness, reduced tension and the ability to meditate deeply. This is a new and unique system not taught elsewhere. It includes 84 breathing combinations in total. The breathing helps to detoxify the lungs, purify the blood and pump oxygen to the nerves and brain, while the postures help to tone and cleanse the muscles. It is not taught elsewhere. The Purnam System is deeply connected to the spiritual teachings of the Yoga system of nonviolence, self-improvement, meditation, and connecting to one’s highest self (soul). The Purnam System removes the addiction-causing toxins that keep you in negative and destructive patterns.
Finally, an EFFECTIVE way to BREAK FREE of your ADDICTIONS. If you are seeking a retreat that incorporates intensive breathing, yoga postures, counseling, and deep states of meditation to create a new mindset all while in a spiritual environment, then you’ve found it!
Our Break Free of Addiction Retreat is a life-changing workshop developed by Acharya Shree Yogeesh to help you overcome your addictions and purify your body and mind through intensive breathing combinations. You will learn yoga postures that will remove layers of addiction-sustaining toxins. This retreat is customized depending on the type of addiction you have, this way you do not receive generic information or training. If you are turning to spirituality, yoga, meditation and alternative healing to help you gain willpower, improve your life, relax, and be healthy and addiction-free, our retreat is an all-in-one program that you’re just going to love. Having the right guidance, tools and techniques are imperative to breaking free of your addictions alongside your own consistent efforts to change your life. Nothing is impossible.
Yoga for Addiction
We offer our Addiction Healing Retreats on an ongoing basis. Refer to our calendar to view our next scheduled retreat. If you would like to come for the retreat at any time, consider our Exclusive One-on-One option with Flexible Scheduling.
No, this is not a drug/alcohol rehabilitation medical center. We do not provide professional medical/psychological help. We are a spiritual retreat center and provide an alternative way to help you break your addictions using the ancient yogic system, Acharya Shree Yogeesh’s Purnam System, and deep relaxation to help remove addiction-based toxins in your body.
Yes, your teenager can attend this addiction healing retreat so as long as you accompany them for the program. An interview may be required. This retreat can be attended by teens 13 who are having addiction problems and are ready and want to receive help. This retreat will help them get back on track, have tools to release the toxins, help them create life goals, learn to deal with stress in a positive way, and inspire them to seek better and more positive friends.
We highly suggest that your loved one go to a rehab center where they can go through the intense detox process of the drugs and alcohol in their system. We do not want guests who are currently intoxicated. However, we can be of help in the process after the main detox by teaching special intensive breathing techniques to remove the core toxins that are creating the addiction.
Yes, it is possible, depending on your level of willpower, inner-strength and commitment to the practices. Without practicing the techniques that are given, you will most likely return to your addictions. Consistent practice, willpower, and guidance are key to overcoming your addictions. This is not a “magic-pill” retreat where your addictions disappear. You must put efforts into changing your life, and when you do, you will see the positive results and transformation.
Part of this retreat includes 12 mantras, which helps you grow spiritually, activate your chakras, increase peace and calmness, and help reduce the negative affects of the mind.
Yes, you can have a silent retreat too. You can ask your questions by writing them on a piece of paper, or you can ask your questions in class, then return to your silence once class is over.
Yes, you can water or juice fast during this retreat. When you register just select the fast as an add-on.
Yes, you can participate in multiple workshops during your retreat if other programs are being offered. During a 3-day stay, we do not advise more than two workshops. To learn more about adding on an another retreat, click here for more information.
Yes, you can come a few days earlier or stay a few days later before and after your program begins. This is considered a personal retreat that can be added on to your stay. Click here for more information on extending your stay.
Yes, we do offer private consultations in 30 minute and 1 hour sessions on a first-come, first-serve basis. You can request your private consultation at the time of registration or during your program. To learn more about the private consultation, click here.
Due to the nature of our programs, we prefer that your children do not come with you. We do not offer day-care or baby-sitting services. However, we encourage you to come during our Spiritual Children’s Camp. We offer this camp several times a year. Therefore, while your children are learning you can then participate in the workshops you’d like. To find out more about our spiritual kid’s camp click here for more information.
In addition to all the AMAZING teachings and the beautiful retreat experience provided to you during this retreat we want to share with you additional super super deep teachings (YES, super super) of spirituality to help you strengthen what you will learn in this retreat as well as to continue to move forward on your path of self-discovery, self-improvement and soul-awakening. As a BONUS we will give you access to a 3 month EXCLUSIVE online membership area, Truth Seeker Circle. Under this exclusive membership you will receive access to the Truth Seeker Circle, Beginner’s Spirituality Series, and the Paryushan Series. A value of $90!
Siddhayatan’s monks, nuns, and team have big hearts and are highly trained to provide you with guidance on the spiritual path, techniques to purify your body and mind, and teachings to uplift and awaken your soul. Learn more.
Maximize your stay while you are at Siddhayatan by adding another workshop, extending your stay, adding hatha yoga, or doing a juice cleanse. Learn more.
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