“Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.” –The Bhagavad Gita

Yoga & Meditation for Treatment centers

FLX provides a full range or holistic services to complement your existing treatment protocols. Our offerings include gentle, mindfulness-based yoga to individuals in recovery from substance use and other mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression. We are passionate about sharing the healing benefits of yoga and meditation with as many people as possible. 


Services offered include:

  • Holistic wellness programs for treatment centeres including: Inpatient Treatment Centers, Partial Hospital Programs(PHP), Intensive Outpatient Programs(IOP) and Recovery Residences
  • All level yoga classes in different formats including Restorative, Yin Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Gentle Yoga, pre/post natal and Vinyasa Flow
  • Guided meditation
  • Certified, insured and trauma-sensitive instructors with experience in addiction recovery
  • Posture clinics & workshops
  • Equipment (mats, blankets, blocks, bolsters), aromatherapy, music and anything else needed to customize your yoga program
  • Consultation for marketing your customized holistic yoga program. This can include social media posts, website content and blog articles.

For more Information email: Jessica@flxphysique.com

Yoga as a path to recovery

Therapeutic yoga is a great addition to existing treatment programs and can provide life tools for those going through recovery. All of our yoga classes focus on pranayama (breath work) and are designed to align and calm the body, mind and spirit. Yoga is a holistic treatment method that has a wide range of benefits that go beyond the mat, enriching nearly all aspects of life. 

  • Physical Benefits – Yoga builds strength and flexibility and can help ease aches and pains that are often associated with withdrawal. 
  • Stress-Reduction – Breathing exercises, gentle motions, and meditative benefits of yoga can calm the nerves, reduce cravings, and can ease psychological distress or trauma.
  • Improved Circulation – Studies show that a regular yoga practice improves circulation, while also lowering blood pressure and risk of heart disease. Increased oxygen flow to the brain, improves mood and can decrease symptoms of depression that often accompany recovery.
  • Emotional Benefits – Yoga provides a greater peace of mind can can be used as a healthy, sustainable coping mechanism. 
  • Increased Self-Discipline – Learning how to say “no” to an addiction is challenging, but the challenge of committing to yoga can provide new discipline to stay clean.
  • Inner Peace – The spiritual benefits of yoga extend beyond the bounds of all religions and can be used to enhance inner peace in any particular belief. Like the 12-Step program, it asks only that you believe in a higher power and never dictates the exact power.