As part of the transformational process, during the stay at Samarpan, our clients experience an array of complementary therapies that are designed to refresh and balance the body and mind for a feeling of overall wellbeing.

Complementary approaches to treatment are drawn up in consultation with each client’s focal therapist and provided by experienced and credentialled practitioners.

The Activities Include:
  • Yoga practice which helps balance some parts of the brain and body that are impacted by drug abuse in a natural way. In addition to the physical aspects of yoga, there are also many emotional benefits as well. When practicing yoga, people are attuned to their bodies, learn to regulate their breathing, and to really listen to their bodies.
  • Mindfulness Meditation - a powerful yet simple technique with many health benefits, including reducing stress and anxiety due to the impactful effects of meditation. Mindfulness has become more available in both substance misuse and general wellness circles as a form of therapy. The overall goal of meditation is to synchronize the mind and body for improved mental well- being and an enhanced quality of life. By taking deep breaths, chanting a mantra (or another focused word), and focusing on the breath, the result is increased awareness and connection
  • Reiki, also known as energy healing, is a form of alternative therapy that originated in Japan in the late 1800s. Professional Reiki practitioners believe that energy can stagnate in the body where there has been physical or emotional pain. Over time, these energy blocks can result in illness. Much like acupuncture or acupressure, energy medicine can help your energy flow and remove any obstructions. If you experience improvement in your energy flow, then you can expect to feel more relaxed, faster healing, less pain, and decrease illness symptoms.
  • Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) has been recognized in over 100 clinical trials demonstrating its efficacy in the treatment of a variety of psychological and physical conditions – from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), alcohol cravings, to chronic pain.

    EFT combines elements of popular modern psychological therapies, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), with ancient Chinese acupressure in the form of tapping with the fingertips on acupuncture points. For this reason, it’s often called “tapping.

  • Clinical Hypnotherapy which is the use of hypnosis to help an individual create a positive change in his or her unconscious mind. It is delivered by our trained hypnotherapist who speaks with clients during the session, learning about different aspects of their life that they may want to examine and change.
  • Massage Therapy - In recovery, therapeutic massages are used for so much more than just relaxing and act as an intricate part of the recovery process. There are many different types of massage that may benefit clients in the early days of recovery like shiatsu, reflexology, acupressure, and Thai massage. Massage is a complementary therapy used to flush the lymphatic system of the residual toxins left over in the body from substance abuse. The squeezing, pulling, and pressing motions used through massage all promote blood flow and circulation to drain toxins and stuck lymph for promoting healing and cleansing.
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