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We are proud to provide holistic, ongoing education and support to women in the Shoals who are in recovery from any form of addiction or who have experienced trauma or abuse. 
OUR TEAM 

Danielle Snoddy & Brooke Rose

co-founders, SHE Recovery

We are a team of women who’ve experienced our own personal healing and transformation through these practices. We are dedicated to bringing Yoga, Ayurveda, and Meditation to women in the Shoals.

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SHE RECOVERY

OUR MISSION 
Our mission is to provide holistic, ongoing education and support to women in the Shoals who are in recovery from any form of addiction or who have experienced trauma or abuse. Our holistic mind-body-spirit approach is based on the Yoga of Recovery program. We offer an integration of Yoga, Ayurveda, and Meditation.

 

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Ayurveda is the sister science of Yoga. It is translated as "the science or wisdom of life." Ayurveda is a personalized approach to health, and teaches people to know their mind-body type and, in turn, what foods, exercise, supplements, and daily rhythms will bring balance and vibrancy instead of dis-ease and suffering. Its wisdom can empower people to recognize their addictive and self-destructive patterns which makes it the perfect knowledge base for people in recovery or overcoming abuse and trauma.  
WHAT IS AYURVEDA?
Yoga, Ayurveda, and Meditation are increasingly being used in substance abuse treatment programs and throughout recovery to help prevent relapse, reduce withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings, and provide a healthy outlet to cope with potential triggers and daily life stressors. A study published by Harvard Health on a group of women who reported themselves to be “emotionally distressed” practiced yoga for 1.5 hours twice a week. At the end of three months, half reported less depression, a third cited fewer anxiety symptoms, and 65 percent claimed an increase in overall wellbeing. Over 80 percent of the people practicing yoga in the United States, according to a National Health Interview Study (NHIS) in 2012 published by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), reported a reduction in their stress levels as a result.1
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