Daily Reflections on Addiction, Yoga, and Getting Well

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Hay House
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6.0 X 8.9 X 1.2 inches | 1.3 pounds

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About the Author

Rolf Gates is one of the leading voices of modern yoga and the author of Meditations from the Mat and Meditations on Intention and Being. A former social worker and U.S. Airborne Ranger, his work has been featured in Yoga Journal, Natural Health, and People and as one of Travel and Leisure's Top 25 Yoga Studios around the World. He is the co-founder of the Yoga + Recovery Conference and works weekly one on one with clients in his Yoga Life Coaching program.


"A meaningful book on the role of spirituality in recovering from addiction and finding freedom. If you or anyone you love struggles to create that essential connection, this is a must-read."
-- Elena Brower, best-selling author of Practice You

"Rolf Gates offers his whole self to those seeking healing and truth, providing a pathway to freedom through reflective self-inquiry, daily inspiration, and the practice of non-judgmental awareness. Using the wisdom traditions of yoga and Buddhism, Rolf elevates the field and offers tools that help so many others build capacity for self-regulation, resilience, and real happiness."
-- David Lipsius, president and CEO of Yoga Alliance and Yoga Alliance Foundation

"Rolf provides accessible tools and reflective resources to support readers in staying curious, open, and calm. His decades of sobriety, study, and dedication are evident in every lesson of this book."
-- Melody Moore, Ph.D., founder and executive director of Embody Love Movement Foundation

"Rolf Gates has broken new ground through the skillful, timely, and necessary integration of classical yoga philosophy, Buddhist meditation teachings, and the 12-step approach to overcoming addiction. This powerful trinity is a perfect salve for this exact moment in history."
-- Tommy Rosen, founder of Recovery 2.0 and author of RECOVERY 2.0

"Combining heartfelt stories and insights with prompts for personal inquiry, Gates guides and supports the reader to navigate and transcend their own stories and limitations. Rolf's book is a gem that opens the realm of infinite possibilities through mindfulness, introspection, and application."
-- Melanie Klein, empowerment coach, professor of sociology and women's studies, and author of Yoga Rising

"Full of wisdom, wit, humility, and brilliance, Daily Reflections on Addiction, Yoga, and Getting Well expands and deepens insight and the practice of Buddhism, yoga, and the 12-step program. This book is an important contribution to the addiction recovery community."
-- Nikki Myers, founder of Yoga of 12-Step Recovery