Skyward Treatment Staff

Aida Askry

Ph.D.

Aida holds a Doctorate of Philosophy specialized in yoga and meditation practices and is also a community member of the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA). Having worked professionally in the medical and athletic fields, Aida truly believes that the most profound and significant events in life happen in an environment where the science and philosophy of wellbeing have been integrated. Aida believes that everyone on this planet deserves an equal opportunity and often a second chance to practice peace, virtue, and realization of body, mind, and consciousness.

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About our yoga and mindfulness program at Taylor Recovery Center

Overcoming addiction and recovery is not an easy process. Physical pain, mental, and emotional instability are expected during this transition. Just because these unpleasant feelings are expected that doesn’t mean that we can’t reduce them to increase your comfort level. Aida is well-educated and experienced with the integration of evidence-based yoga and mindfulness modalities. Her practice includes not only the foundation of restorative yoga and pranayama breathwork but also medical meditation for pain management, mindfulness-based stress reduction, guided meditation, visualization techniques, progressive muscle relaxation, and yoga nidra aromatherapy. Along with all other programs available at our center, yoga and mindfulness sessions are provided to help you to get sober and stay sober.

 

You can expect to achieve some of the following results from this program:

Increase:

Positive mood and focused attention

Physical strength and stamina

Self-reflection, self-awareness

Self-esteem, self-discipline, and resilience

Emotional intelligence and emotional healing

Energy levels and blood flow

Restful sleep and muscle relaxation

Decrease:

Mental stress and anxiety

Physical pain and discomfort

Emotion discomfort and disturbance

Mental instability and depression

Feelings of helplessness and loneliness

Strong cravings and confusions

Agitations and excitability

Aida Askry

Ph.D.

Aida holds a Doctorate of Philosophy specialized in yoga and meditation practices and is also a community member of the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA). Having worked professionally in the medical and athletic fields, Aida truly believes that the most profound and significant events in life happen in an environment where the science and philosophy of wellbeing have been integrated. Aida believes that everyone on this planet deserves an equal opportunity and often a second chance to practice peace, virtue, and realization of body, mind, and consciousness.

Read more/less

About our yoga and mindfulness program at Taylor Recovery Center

Overcoming addiction and recovery is not an easy process. Physical pain, mental, and emotional instability are expected during this transition. Just because these unpleasant feelings are expected that doesn’t mean that we can’t reduce them to increase your comfort level. Aida is well-educated and experienced with the integration of evidence-based yoga and mindfulness modalities. Her practice includes not only the foundation of restorative yoga and pranayama breathwork but also medical meditation for pain management, mindfulness-based stress reduction, guided meditation, visualization techniques, progressive muscle relaxation, and yoga nidra aromatherapy. Along with all other programs available at our center, yoga and mindfulness sessions are provided to help you to get sober and stay sober.

 

You can expect to achieve some of the following results from this program:

Increase:

Positive mood and focused attention

Physical strength and stamina

Self-reflection, self-awareness

Self-esteem, self-discipline, and resilience

Emotional intelligence and emotional healing

Energy levels and blood flow

Restful sleep and muscle relaxation

Decrease:

Mental stress and anxiety

Physical pain and discomfort

Emotion discomfort and disturbance

Mental instability and depression

Feelings of helplessness and loneliness

Strong cravings and confusions

Agitations and excitability

Aida Askry

Ph.D.

Aida holds a Doctorate of Philosophy specialized in yoga and meditation practices and is also a community member of the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA). Having worked professionally in the medical and athletic fields, Aida truly believes that the most profound and significant events in life happen in an environment where the science and philosophy of wellbeing have been integrated. Aida believes that everyone on this planet deserves an equal opportunity and often a second chance to practice peace, virtue, and realization of body, mind, and consciousness.

Read more/less

About our yoga and mindfulness program at Taylor Recovery Center

Overcoming addiction and recovery is not an easy process. Physical pain, mental, and emotional instability are expected during this transition. Just because these unpleasant feelings are expected that doesn’t mean that we can’t reduce them to increase your comfort level. Aida is well-educated and experienced with the integration of evidence-based yoga and mindfulness modalities. Her practice includes not only the foundation of restorative yoga and pranayama breathwork but also medical meditation for pain management, mindfulness-based stress reduction, guided meditation, visualization techniques, progressive muscle relaxation, and yoga nidra aromatherapy. Along with all other programs available at our center, yoga and mindfulness sessions are provided to help you to get sober and stay sober.

 

You can expect to achieve some of the following results from this program:

Increase:

Positive mood and focused attention

Physical strength and stamina

Self-reflection, self-awareness

Self-esteem, self-discipline, and resilience

Emotional intelligence and emotional healing

Energy levels and blood flow

Restful sleep and muscle relaxation

Decrease:

Mental stress and anxiety

Physical pain and discomfort

Emotion discomfort and disturbance

Mental instability and depression

Feelings of helplessness and loneliness

Strong cravings and confusions

Agitations and excitability