SuperHealth® Yogic Science to Break Habits & Addictive Behaviors

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SuperHealth® Yogic Science to Break Habits & Addictive Behaviors

2 Day Recalibrating the Brain Course Jan 26-27, 2019

Wonderful vegan, gluten free lunch included.  Free Parking.  

Affordable Guest Space based on availability: Contact us in Advance 

The Weekend Immersion includes:

Technology Manuals,

Therapeutic Juices

Yoga & Meditation Practices & Experience

To enroll in the next USA SuperHealth Training, which will be in Espanola, NM, each spring visit:  www.super-health.net

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For Details on the January 2019 Weekend

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How Kundalini Yoga Helps with Addictions Kundalini Yoga is a rebuilding technology for systems that have been compromised.  In practical life situations where we are tempted or have an urge or craving, we have developed the resources in nervous system vitality and mental resolve to be successful in withstanding the pressure of the moment.  This is a system of training for success. 

SuperHealth® is on the cutting edge of breaking habits and addictive behavior.  It is at the forefront of yogic therapeutic technology that is precise and proven effective.  The system addresses alcohol, drugs, smoking, food issues, co-dependency, gambling, work, computers and includes stress, depression, fatigue and anxiety.  Developed byYogi Bhajan, the approach combines the ancient wisdom of yogic science with the innovations of western sciences.

Founded in 1973, SuperHealth technology was used in the first yogic based specialized hospital for substance abuse and mental health disorders, accredited by the JCAHO, an arm of the American Medical Association.

The system is precise and restores compromised system through Kundalini Yoga, meditation, and nutrition restoration.

Mukta Kaur Khalsa, PhD,  directed the first yoga-based specialized hospital for substance abuse and mental health, rated in the top 10 percent in the country by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, an arm of the American Medical Association. She was a special representative to the United Nations Office of Drug Control and Crime in Vienna, Austria, and is a trainer and teacher worldwide. Mukta studied with Yogi Bhajan for 30 years, and is the author of Meditations for Addictive Behavior.