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All clients practice yoga at least once a week.
The purpose of yoga practice is to teach clients how to center themselves through breathing and stretching. RECO recognizes the need for individuals to learn how to regulate their bodies, especially during times of stress and anxiety. The mind and body are connected, and a client can learn how to control their cravings and urges by regulating their body.
An ancient practice with roots in wellness and healing, yoga serves to create a space in which you can release your fears and misgivings. No matter your skill level, yoga offers an opportunity to tune in with our mental awareness, while connecting our thoughts with the physical body. Breath work and meditation serve as the basis for a rejuvenating practice which renews purpose and spiritual cognition.
RECO recognizes that everyone may not be able to participate at a high level due to physical limitations. The yoga instructor will provide modifications based upon the client’s individual needs, and will offer careful guidance to those who are new to the practice.
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