A Truly Healing Wellness Environment
Long before it became a trendy buzzword, the concept of “wellness” was a foundational principle in our treatment process at The Cabin. Those who suffer from addiction, mental health issues, or trauma can often make unhealthy lifestyle choices that harm themselves and bring imbalance to their lives. The Cabins wellness program and holistic methodologies help ensure patients don’t just find short-term recovery but physical, mental, spiritual, intellectual, and emotional health.
Scientifically proven benefits of mindfulness meditation and yoga in addiction treatment include:
Through its groundbreaking efforts, The Cabin has distinguished itself as a wellness pioneer in the holistic treatment of different issues.
As patients learn to discern healthy choices from unhealthy ones, their self-esteem grows, helping them create appropriate boundaries in relationships, live in moderation, and realize their inherent value. Armed with an understanding of their self-worth, patients are empowered to see themselves and their shortcomings in a self-reflective light that helps them take responsibility for their decisions and ultimately achieve wellness.
Mindfulness can also be practised in everyday situations to improve emotional, mental, and physical health. The Cabin incorporates mindfulness techniques and practices into many treatments, from lectures and practical exercises to its emphasis on meditation and yoga. We combine Mindfulness Therapy with a comprehensive Physical Therapy regimen to enhance the recovery process.
While it isn’t always called “mindfulness,” much of the therapeutic work at The Cabin serves to increase mindful awareness and acceptance of various bodily sensations, emotions, and thoughts that might have caused pain or suffering in the past.
At The Cabin east really does meet West. We are proud of our dedication to using holistic methods and our reputation for incorporating ancient healing methods from our home in SE Asia. Mindfulness meditation is an ancient practice of Buddhist monks, this meditative time involves attending to the present moment with non-judgmental acceptance. We find that our use of this holistic practice and ancient healing method fosters an open, curious and non-judgmental approach to life’s challenges, providing a key component to the trauma and addiction recovery process.