When a client is admitted and after passing his withdrawal days we begin to motivate our clients to attend regular yoga sessions. We have a very experienced and internationally trained Yoga instructor for our clients who conducts the sessions routinely. Before engaging a Clint to yoga she discusses client’s physical and mental condition with the Medical Department.
When people become addicted to drugs or become mentally ill then their brain stop producing the essential chemicals and hormones which are very important for a person’s wellbeing.
So practicing Yoga and Meditations their brains start to produce those chemicals and hormones naturally and Day-by-Day they start to feel physically and mentally well and peaceful.
Yoga also helps a person to become calm and quiet, increase his/her patience and develops his/her concentration.
In an Isolated environment a person sometimes become restless or depressed or anxious or stressed but practicing Yoga and Meditations he/she learns to manage stress or any negative feelings. Day-by-day a person starts to get back his/her control over emotions naturally.
If the client doesn’t want to attend yoga classes then we have the capability to manage and motivate him/her to attend the sessions for his/her wellbeing.