Mindfulness Meditation

Guided Meditations

Guided meditations are proven to calm down the mind and body, and what better way to work on self and one’s recovery than with a centered mind? Like any skill or discipline, learning to meditate takes time. Various states need to be reached when getting clean and sober, and meditation can be a vital aid to early recovery. At International Recovery Center (IRC) we use meditation as a means to guiding you or your loved one to a place of better judgment, self-awareness, and awareness of others in order to build better relationships and make healthier life decisions.

It can be a somewhat frustrating process to go through before any noticeable gains become apparent. Just like anything, a client has to practice and practice some more in order to gain the benefits of this practice. Our IRC staff is here to provide a comfortable, non-judgmental environment so that recovery can flourish through meditation as well as many other practices we offer at our facility.

Over recent years, newer ways to meditate have made their way onto the scene, one being the ever reliable guided meditation. A guided meditation can provide all of the benefits regular meditation provides. Resulting in a greater sense of calm, a more profound connection with the world, and an improved clarity and focus on self and life as a whole, these perks can be achieved after just one session with us.

If you or your loved one is suffering from an addiction and is prone to making unhealthy decisions as a result, please don’t hesitate to contact our drug and alcohol specialists who are ready and willing to help any sick and suffering addict and/or alcoholic in need. For help and further information, call us 24/7 at 888-946-7837 (STEP)!

AWAKENING THE SPIRIT WITHIN

Our Mission at International Recovery Center (IRC) is to give hope to those in the grips of addiction by providing a path to recovery that is specific to every individual’s needs. Our graduates will find freedom in recovery and redeem a life beyond their wildest dreams.”