164 Green St
Doylestown, PA 18901
The Yoga of 12-Step Recovery (Y12SR) is a practice designed to holistically address addiction. Addiction often goes unacknowledged in our culture, yet it is something we are all affected by. Each time we reach for something outside ourselves (substances, food, relationships, credit cards, etc.) to soothe or avoid our feelings, we reinforce codependent behaviors. Over time, these behaviors separates us from our true needs and power, leading us into addiction and suffering.
The Yoga of 12-Step Recovery serves people by creating a safe place where trauma & conditioned behaviors can be released. Various techniques are used to address the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of addiction. Y12SR is not a replacement for therapy or step work, but will enhance your progress within them. Every session is divided into two parts: a 12-step style discussion, and an intentionally themed yoga practice (appropriate for all levels of experience). Y12SR also supports those who are impacted by a loved one’s addictive behavior. This is an open and inclusive group that all are welcome to attend.
EVERY THIRD THURSDAY IN-STUDIO | 6:15-7:15 P.M.
Free preregistration for these ongoing sessions is required. Cash donations are welcome but not required. Just come!
A portion of all donations goes to support local charities like the Fiaria Project, Kin Wellness Center, Lenape Valley Foundation and more.
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ABOUT Y12SR FACILITATOR JODY ROSENBLUM
Jody Rosenblum, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from the State University of New York in Albany and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Rutgers University in Camden, NJ. Jody is certified in Y12SR and completed her 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training at Dragonfly Yoga. She employs an eclectic mix of approaches and therapies when working with children, adolescents, adults, and families who are challenged with depression, anxiety, emotional regulation, substance abuse, loss, and grief. Jody uses cognitive behavioral therapy, yoga, and breath work to provide compassionate support and guidance to folks who struggle with life challenges, for each person she aims to increase self-awareness and facilitate positive change. Jody has demonstrated that an individualized approach can facilitate such awareness and change. During the past 30 years Jody has worked in a variety of settings, including the local hospital, an outpatient recovery center, schools, and the homes of children and their families. When not working, Jody enjoys time with her family, friends, and her dog, Maddy. She enjoys gardening, practicing yoga, reading and listening to music.