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Elizabeth is in long term recovery, is a certified yoga teacher, and graduate of Tommy Rosen’s Recovery 2.0 Coach Program. She has been extensively trained by Tommy and the other teachers he brings into this recovery coaching program. She is also a space holder for Yoga of 12-Step Recovery, trained by Nikki Myers.
Addiction steals our attention away from everything but itself and we lose track of the body temple, the very place where the mind, body, and spirit merge. To heal from addiction, we must reclaim the body temple. As a recovery coach, Elizabeth helps her clients refocus their attention so that they can reconnect to and deepen their relationship with themselves, their body temple. With this they can heal and find a feeling of safety and stability in their recovery. Elizabeth guides her clients as they walk their recovery path and helps them place the steppingstones strategically along the path setting the up for success.
Elizabeth specializes in these areas of recovery:
- Chronic Pain & Pain Management
- Coping Skills
Frequently Asked Questions about Ancestral Clearing
Recovery 2.0 is a global community of people in recovery who are dedicated to continuing to grow on their life path. Core to R2.0 is using a holistic approach to help those in recovery to heal from addiction and thrive in life. R2.0 is here to support you through whatever challenge you are facing.
As a Recovery 2.0 Coach, I combine my life experience with a toolbox of powerful skills targeted to propel clients through transforming their life to maximize their potential to live a thriving life. Remaining a student in her personal and spiritual evolution, Elizabeth uses practice, continuous training in the areas of recovery and yoga, and self-study as her foundation so that she can serve the best she can as a teacher.
Recovery 2.0 defines addiction as any behavior you continue to do despite the fact that it brings negative consequences into your life. This includes all types of addiction – The Big Six and the Four Aggravations:
- Relationships (Codependency)
- Negative Thinking
- … and Elizabeth adds this – Judgment