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Trini Foundation  Teaching yoga to individuals suffering from addiction 🤸🏼‍♀️⭐️ We teach yoga in treatment centers 🏨 10$ donation can help save a life 💌


Show someone how much you care about their recovery this holiday season. Send a recovery support bracelet from @trinifoundation with a note of encouragement personally signed by
@taylorhuntyoga. Your donation will help fund yoga in treatment centers and SAVE LIVES! 🙏🏽 (link in bio)

It’s time!! The application for our February 2018 Recovery Course is available! We are so excited to be adding this course to our programming!

Are you newly sober and wanting to develop healthier lifestyle habits? Do you have a loved one who fits that description?

This 6-day course will introduce you to the practice of Ashtanga yoga and teach you how to combine yoga, healthy behaviors, and a program of recovery to support your sobriety. @taylorhuntyoga will be leading the course, along with other experienced teachers and health practitioners. The course has been developed based on Taylor’s personal experience with
integrating yoga into his recovery journey and in consultation with mental health professionals.
This course is a powerful way to kickstart or strengthen your recovery journey!

Space is limited! Visit trinifoundation.org/events/recovery-course and apply, or share the link with someone who is struggling today!

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I have been sober 340 days.

This passage from The Gita makes me think of @taylorhuntyoga "What the outstanding person does, others will try to do. The standards such people create will be followed by the whole world." 3.21

December 31st, 2016 was my last drink of whiskey. I wish I could say I committed to being sober the next day but I didn't. I knew I was destroying my body and my relationships. I knew I needed to stop drinking for good, but I gave myself an out. I was going to "experiment" with not drinking for 120 days.
In March 2017, I traveled to St. John for vacation. This was my first sober vacation. The friends I was with were overwhelming supportive. I brought a book I bought at my shala, "A Way from Darkness" by Taylor Hunt. It is a book about his journey in life. Every morning I read his story over breakfast highlighting all the sentences that resonated with my experience.
On vacation, I joined the @trinifoundation yoga challenge. Now, I am the last person who should be doing this. On my best day I am an awkward unathletic Southern boy doing yoga and most days more like a sweaty walrus. But maybe if I could get on his radar it would push me to commit to being sober.

Holy shit, I am one of the winners. How in the fuck did that happen? I won a workshop with Taylor. There was no way I could go to this workshop and tell this man I had started drinking again.

Eight months later I met Taylor for the first time in Atlanta. I was still sober and sharing openly about my struggles and sobriety. It was my first Ashtanga workshop. I had lived in fear I was not "good enough" to do one. I did it.

Last week I went out of country for the first time. I traveled to Costa Rica to practice with Taylor and many other amazing humans. Taylor shared that he knew of me before the yoga challenge; that my teachers cared a lot about me and had reached out to him for advice on how to help me back when I was drinking. He selected me as a winner in the the yoga challenge so I would have to meet him at a workshop.
Why one man chose to help someone he didn't know, I don't know, but I do know I want to be more like that.

Thank you Taylor.

We’re so excited to announce our brand new recovery support bracelets for the holiday season! Sobriety can be particularly difficult to maintain this time of year. We’ve created these bracelets with the Trini logo to symbolize hope and community. No one should have to feel alone in their struggles. Wear one as a reminder that all of us at Trini support you and/or your loved one in your recovery journey. Give one away as a token of support for someone who is fighting to stay sober right now. ⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️ Each bracelet is a gift with your TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATION, so you will also be helping others by GIVING THE GIFT OF YOGA. Bracelets are unisex and available in black, brown, or natural beads. Click the link in our bio to select your GIFT OF HOPE today! ⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️

@yogisharky 🙏🏽 #Repost @yogisharky
It's been just over 2 weeks since I've returned from the Ashtanga and Addiction forum at @ashtangacbus with @taylorhuntyoga , and even now I'm still processing. Taylor asked us recently to share on what influenced us the most, or at least on what lesson we had to take away. The answer was rather simple in my case–I need to be more conscious of my "why" while practicing.
Taylor is far from the first to express this, but it resonates just as deep nonetheless. He spoke about Trini scholarship students, who are recovering alcoholics and addicts, stepping into the yoga Shala and becoming some of the best students within an incredibly short time. This, apparently, disturbed others who had been there for much longer. How were these seemingly weak, almost broken beings able to improve so drastically? Because they knew their why. They were there surviving, and every day they make it to their mat is another they aren't abusing substances. Yoga, for them, has quite literally become life.
If there is a greater question I've pondered upon than trying to find my why, then I cannot remember. Now, however, it is blatantly clear. Regardless if I show up to my mat to fall back asleep, or I'm putting out, drenched in sweat from over 2 hours of work, I'm there. My why is my students, and the motivation I provide for them. My why is my health, for I shall not drift back into the dark days of viewing life through the bottom of whiskey bottles. My why is for every time I've become irrationally upset, depressed, scared, or even happy, because my feelings are my own to control. Ashtanga is my why. Yoga is my why. And it's thanks to the communities yoga provides, and the teachers who keep faith, like Taylor, that I continue to discover a deeper, more spiritual purpose in my practice–one that extends beyond the physical. What's your purpose for pursuing your passions? Find your why, and go beyond moving through the motions of life.

It’s not to late to contribute to our #GivingTuesday #MatDriveToSaveLives! Buy a mat for someone who is learning to use yoga as a tool to stay sober. YOUR $25 DONATION CAN SAVE A LIFE
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Look at the worn marks on my very first @mandukayoga mat! I recently gave the mat away after 10 years of daily practice on it. A woman who was trying to get sober came into class and, for some reason, my gut said I was supposed to pass it on to her. Before that day, I couldn’t even
think about not having that mat. It meant so much to me. I had experienced so much transformation on it.
When I bought the mat, my life was much different. I saved up for 6 weeks to get it. Before then, I always had one that was too thick or too easy to tear up. Since I was practicing every day, I quickly destroyed all of the cheap mats I bought at the grocery store. I remember seeing the Manduka mats sitting on the store shelf right after I had gotten a new job. Newly sober, I barely had enough money to survive, so a hundred dollar mat was out of the question.

I was determined though. I worked my ass off to buy that mat.

As I gave the new owner her mat, tears came to my eyes. When I bought it, my life was filled with despair. When I handed it off, I was living my passion and helping others. I knew the mat represented hope and possibility. The only way to keep what we’ve gotten is to give it to someone else.
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#MatDriveToSaveLives. I promise you, it will make a difference in the life of someone who is in early recovery from addiction! ❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️ ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨
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After a long holiday weekend of giving thanks for what we have, now it’s time to help others and give back! Everyone at Trini is so grateful for YOU! Your support throughout the year funded major programming growth. We are teaching at many more treatment centers across the nation and now WE NEED YOUR HELP AGAIN! We’re short on yoga mats. Your $25 #GivingTuesday donation will ensure that all of our students in early sobriety will have the opportunity to add the transformational practice of yoga to their programs of recovery. With this simple gift, YOU CAN SAVE A LIFE!
Click the link in our bio to contribute to our #MatDriveToSaveLives

What does your yoga mat mean to you? How many tears, puddles of sweat, and hours of hard work has it seen? What does it represent in your yoga journey? Do you want to pass the gift of yoga along to others? We do and so can you! ✨🔹✨🔹✨🔹✨🔹✨🔹✨🔹
Donate $25 to buy a yoga mat for someone trying to get sober during our #MatDriveToSaveLives. YOU can MAKE A DIFFERENCE in their journey into yoga and recovery. (link in bio) ✨🔹✨🔹✨🔹✨🔹✨🔹✨

Your $25 #GivingTuesday donation will be used to buy a yoga mat for a class just like this. Please support our #MatDriveToSaveLives on November 28. YOU can make a difference in someone’s recovery journey! (link in bio)
#Repost @activerecoverylifestyle
Sometimes our minds tell us we can't do something before we even try. Taking action proves to our mind that our thoughts aren't real.

#recovery #sobriety #sober #treatment @trinifoundation #yoga #namaste #activerecoverylifestyle #soberlife #spiritualawakening

When the foundation began, it was hard to imagine reaching a point where we would need this many yoga mats. Currently, we are offering yoga classes in so many treatment centers across the country that we need your help to supply all of the students with yoga mats. Your $25 donation allows us to teach the life changing tool of yoga to someone who is struggling to get sober. We need your help! There are hundreds of students who need mats. This #GivingTuesday is the perfect opportunity to be a part of the solution to the addiction problem by making a donation to our #MatDriveToSaveLives!
Mark your calendars. November 28 is the day!! 🗓🗓🗓🗓🗓🗓🗓🗓🗓🗓🗓🗓🗓🗓🗓🗓

TEN DAYS until our #MatDriveToSaveLives on #GivingTuesday!! Your $25 donation gives the gift of a yoga mat to a student who is struggling to stay sober. November 28 is the date. Commit
to making a difference in the life of someone in recovery!

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