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Addiction expert and yoga teacher Tommy Rosen has created the world's first holistic recovery platform

Addiction Specialist and Yogi Tommy Rosen

Recovery 2.0 provides a sure and effective alternative to a broken recovery system

Addiction is the biggest social problem of our time.”

– Tommy Rosen

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, Sep 19, 2022 / – LOS ANGELES – Sep xx, 2022 – The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAHMSA) reports that in 2019, 41.1 million people required treatment for substance abuse. drugs. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 85% of individuals who manage to receive treatment relapse within a year of treatment.

Recovery 2.0 focuses on helping people in recovery build purposeful and meaningful lives by removing their desire to relapse into drug, alcohol, or other addictive behaviors. This is how we can prevent relapse.

“Addiction is the biggest social problem of our time,” says Recovery 2.0 founder Tommy Rosen.

Rosen holds advanced degrees in Kundalini and Hatha Yoga and has 31 years of continuous recovery. He teaches yoga at conferences, festivals, retreats, and online throughout the year, sharing the power of breathing and movement to build vitality, boost immunity, and live optimally.

Rosen continues, “It has become painfully clear that the problem has something to do with what happens after treatment. Our approach is based on the practice and principles of yoga, breathing exercise, meditation, and a healthy diet because they are essential components of treating any addiction, from drugs and alcohol to food, sex and gambling.”

Addiction is on the rise, spanning across every social and economic classification. In addition, a large percentage of those battling addiction cannot afford the required treatment.

Rosen outlined a new approach to overcoming addiction in all its forms, focused on helping people who are already in recovery. Rather than focusing on and triaging the detox crisis and basic treatment, Recovery 2.0 focuses on helping people build strong, sustainable recovery processes once they are truly sober.

Along with Recovery 2.0, Rosen has created the global Recovery 2.0 community, the Recovery 2.0 online conference series, the Recovery 2.0 Group Coaching program, and the Recovery 2.0 Coach training. Rosen hosts workshops internationally, spreading the message “Don’t Just Survive, Thrive.”

Rosen’s passion for helping others fully recover from addiction is evident in everything he does, fueling his steadfast determination to expand Recovery 2.0 and positively impact the lives of countless individuals around the world.

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