Mind and Body Fitness
Entering treatment and abandoning destructive habits for a life of healing places stress on the mind and body. Beit T'Shuvah's health and wellness program offers alternative therapies that feed the soul and strengthen the body. From onsite acupuncture, fitness training and nutrition guidance, to yoga and guided meditation, residents are given ample opportunities to rebuild their energy, heal their bodies, and center their minds from the emotional and physical stresses put on by years of neglect.

This part of our program incorporates a number of different therapies including:
  • Surf Therapy
  • Yoga
  • Fitness Training
  • Meditation
  • Art Therapy
  • Recording Studio Sessions
  • LA Marathon Training
Organic Gardening
One of Beit T'Shuvah's newest programs, has been breaking ground in getting residents excited about cultivating, growing and harvesting organic fruits and vegetables. The entire growth process illustrates the power of creation and teaches residents how to tend to something from conception, execution, to finished product. With this newest addition to our list of alternative therapies, our residents have even more opportunities to strengthen their bodies, minds, and spirits. At Beit T'Shuvah, we are focused on healing the whole individual and not just the addiction. These programs bring our residents one step closer to a fully restored life and have become an invaluable aspect of the treatment model at Beit T'Shuvah.

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