On Campus Program

The Yoga of Recovery


Do you struggle with addictive patterns? Have you unsuccessfully attempted to control negative behavior or thoughts? Do the addictive actions of other people impact you? Because addictive patterns live in the body and mind, this program addresses both—weaving together the ancient wisdom of yoga and the practical tools of contemporary recovery programs.

Join Kripalu legacy faculty member Aruni Nan Futuronsky as she guides you to discover the patterns behind your struggles and learn specific strategies to savor life more fully. In a powerful learning environment that inspires compassionate awareness, change, and healing, you will experience:

  • Mindfulness-based meditation practices
  • Awareness exercises for personal growth
  • Body-centered movement

Whether you are new to the paths of recovery or yoga—or have experience in either or both—explore incremental and sustainable lifestyle change through radical compassion.

Note This program is geared toward people working with addictive patterns in themselves or others, in Twelve-Step programs or not. This program is not appropriate for those in an acute or crisis phase of addiction.

Read more about The Yoga of Recovery and Aruni’s journey to Kripalu.

This program—developed and led by our own faculty with the Kripalu methodology in mind—is offered exclusively at Kripalu.

Included in Your Stay


Daily Yoga Classes

3 All-Natural Meals Access to the Kripalu Grounds

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Suitable For
Program Theme
Body and Self


Aruni Nan Futuronsky is a Kripalu Yoga teacher, life coach, and Legacy Faculty member for Kripalu R&R and Kripalu programs.

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