Recovery 2.0 Presents:
with Tommy Rosen
Mondays in December
A 4-Part LIVE Masterclass.
Move beyond addiction and THRIVE in your life.
When we think of what it means to be in recovery, we think of ceasing the use of substances or unhealthy behaviors, but this is just the first step.
Recovery is about beginnings.
It is the start of a powerful connection to self, to a higher power, to spirit, to health, to each other, to our purpose, and to our heart.
How do we nurture this connection and thrive in recovery? Join us every Monday night in December at 5:00pm PT for the ‘Foundations of Recovery’ series that will help you move from the pain of addiction into the healing of recovery, from darkness into light, from confusion into clarity, and from disconnection into connection.
A spiritual practice transforms your recovery. In a season that can bring family stresses, feelings of loneliness and isolation and a disruption of a routine, committing to your spiritual practice can be a touchstone during turbulent times.
If you have not yet found a spiritual path for yourself or want to learn more about the role of the sacred in recovery, join Tommy for an exploration about how to invite more spirituality into your life.
The purpose of yoga is described in classical texts as "the calming of the fluctuations of the mind". It takes a person from unconsciousness into consciousness, from dark into light, from dis-ease toward ease, and ultimately to liberation from all suffering.
Because addiction is rooted in the mind, these goals are precisely what we seek in recovery. Join Tommy for a deep dive into the transformational power of yoga in recovery - even if you have never practiced before.
A morning practice can also be referred to as "Sadhana", which is a Sanskrit word for "spiritual practice". It is one of the most powerful and effective ways to strengthen the body, mind, and spirit.
While Sadhana can refer to any spiritual discipline done at any point in the day, it most often refers to a practice done first thing in the morning.
Learn more about morning practice, how it strengthens your recovery, and allows you to unlock your true potential every day.
Happiness is an elusive term that means different things to different people.
No matter how you define it, though, there are key ingredients that contribute to everyone's overall happiness, including how we show up in the world, when and how we develop trust in others, the way we process the divine, how we navigate the desires of our ego, and more.
Join Tommy for a powerful exploration of what it means to be happy and learn 7 steps you can take to weave more happiness into your life.
Tommy Rosen is a yoga teacher and addiction recovery expert who has spent the last two decades immersed in recovery and wellness. He holds advanced certifications in both Kundalini and Hatha Yoga and has 31 years of continuous recovery from drug addiction.
He is the founder of the Recovery 2.0 Global Community, the Recovery 2.0 Online Conference series, and the Recovery 2.0 Group Coaching Program.
He leads Yoga retreats and workshops internationally and presents regularly at yoga conferences and festivals.
Tommy’s first book, Recovery 2.0: Move Beyond Addiction and Upgrade Your Life, was published by Hay House in 2014.
Tommy Rosen and his wife, yoga teacher Kia Miller, live in Topanga, CA where they grow organic vegetables in their backyard.