Patricia Moreno is the author of the IntenSati Method and creator of the IntenSati movement. In this interview, she shares on experience, strength and hope with us. For more information on Patricia, visit http://www.patriciamoreno.com.
One of the fun events at the Gay Sober Men’s Conference in New York City in 2018 was Rooftop yoga held at a Times Square area hotel. Check out this video for a peak at the fun. For more information on the conference, visit http://www.gayandsober.com.
Among the fun events at the Gay Sober Men’s Conference in 2018 was rooftop yoga at a hotel in Times Square. You can check it out in the video and interview. For more information on the Gay Sober Men’s Conference, visit http://www.gayandsober.org
Drop The Rock is among the best-selling recovery books of all time. Concepts from the book are now taught in a seminar type setting. Cathy A. presents the Drop The Rock program in this video taped at the Gay Sober Men’s Conference in New York City in June 2018. For more information, visit http://www.gayandsober.org.
Patricia Moreno is the founder of the IntenSati Method and IntenSati workout. In this interview, taped at the Gay Sober Men’s Conference in New York City in 2018, she shares with me about the IntenSati program. For more information on Patricia visit http://www.patricamoreno.com. For more information on Gay Sober Men’s annual conference, visit http://www.gayandsober.org.
Cristian P. co-founded the annual Gay Sober Men’s Conference held in New York City during Pride celebrations in June. In this interview, he shares with me why and how the GSM conference came to be. For more information on GSM, go to http://www.gayandsober.org.
This year, I put together a new set of sustainable resolutions for people in recovery for 2019. This year I am proud to be collaborating with Central Recovery Press. Happy holidays and a safe, happy and healthy 2019!!!
My approach to the Spiritual Adrenaline lifestyle help you get started slowly, and build on your success through incremental change. I offer a seven-day detox, thirty-day plan that you can modify based upon your health history, present circumstance and long-term goals. After my seven-day detox and thirty-day program, I teach you how to build your own long-term plan by integrating the basic components of Spiritual Adrenaline, exercise, nutrition and spiritual tools, into your daily life. Not only will I teach you how to integrate these tools, I’ll teach you to maximize the benefits by timing the tools you use throughout the day. Your goal will be for you to learn basic tools that can then become your new norm or modified “comfort zone”, where you are sober, happier and healthier.
Self-care is the complete opposite of active addiction. In active addiction, I ate sometimes, didn’t care what I ate and when I did, ate mostly sweets and comfort foods. I never focused on my body and its needs. Exercise also doesn’t fit well into active addiction. When I was using, getting out of bed with hangover to go to the gym was not an option. My only exercise was running around all stressed out and embarrassed about missing deadlines, family parties and other social functions. For me and many, my early recovery lifestyle wasn’t all that different. I abstained from drugs and alcohol but did not really focus on changing the people, places and things that came with active addiction. Because outside issues really do matter, I teach you how to integrate exercise and nutrition into your existing recovery program. By working your program and integrating a self-care lifestyle, you will supercharge your recovery and find true health and happiness. Self-care really is a spiritual path.