Are you or a loved one impacted by substance use? Seeking a safe, nurturing space to heal and grow? Join us for an evening designed to provide soul support for individuals affected by substance use, as well as their friends and family.

In this session, we’ll explore the transformative potential of mind-body practice, offering simple, practical tools to strengthen your sense of self and foster resilience. You don’t need to be a yoga expert or have a long practice to benefit from these techniques—this is for you, exactly as you are.

What to Expect:

  • Gentle Yoga Postures: Suitable for all levels, these poses will help you reconnect with your body and cultivate inner strength.
  • Breathwork: Learn techniques to soothe your nervous system and manage stress effectively.
  • Meditation: Access the wisdom within and find calm amidst the chaos.

Why Attend?

  • Compassionate Space: Led by experienced instructor Alexandra Seaman, who brings deep understanding and empathy to the unique challenges associated with addiction.
  • Evidence-Based Techniques: Drawing from modern science and ancient wisdom, these practices are tailored to support the Wake Up community.
  • Supportive Community: Connect with others who understand your journey, whether you’re in recovery, supporting a loved one, or grieving a loss.

Session Details:

This class is open to individuals at all stages of recovery, as well as friends and family members seeking support and understanding. Whether you’re navigating your journey, supporting a loved one, or mourning a loss due to the opioid crisis, you’ll find a compassionate and welcoming community here.

No prior yoga or meditation experience is required. Come as you are, and together, let’s walk the path of healing and transformation.

  • Date and Time: May 30 at 5:45 PM
  • Location: Wake Up Carolina, 217 Lucas St., Suite G, Mt. Pleasant, SC, 29464
  • Donation-Based: Attend on a donation basis, making this healing opportunity accessible to all.

About Alexandra Seaman

Alexandra Seaman is a Yoga Alliance and KRI-certified teacher with over 7,000 hours of teaching experience. Based in Charleston, SC, she is dedicated to making yoga accessible and inclusive. Alex has formal training in Kundalini Yoga, advanced Hatha studies, and specialized training in yoga for addiction recovery, children, and at-risk youth. She founded Ecstatic Dance Charleston and co-leads Yoga is Us, promoting diversity and representation in the yoga community. Alex’s personal experience with the impact of addiction fuels her passion for this partnership with Wake Up Carolina, honoring her commitment to healing and transformation.

RSVP & Take the First Step Toward Healing.

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