At Oasis Recovery, we understand the need for an individualized plan of action, with a wide array of healing components. Through a variety of services, opportunities for self discovery, and compassionate individualized attention, we help each client build a clear path toward full recovery.
We use tools and theories, such as group and individual psychotherapy, HeartMath, Ajna light, Nature/Music sound meditation entrainments, drumming, dance, art, rituals, aroma therapy, massage, breath work, yoga, and adventure outings. Through these avenues of support, we aim to educate and coach clients in deepening their relaxed, uninhibited, open, and clear SELF, and in expressing that in a safe and supportive environment.
Whether at our downtown treatment center, one of the 24/7 supervised living facilities, or on an adventure outing, we aim to create an environment and routine in which clients can consistently ﬁnd ease, ﬂow, safety, and support.
Mornings begin with an early start at one of our sober living environments. Clients are encouraged to begin with a healthy breakfast and take time to get ready for the day, before transport to our downtown center. Mornings are a great time to set intentions of ease and flow for the day. Clients begin each weekday with yoga and meditation to instill a quality of openness for the rest of the day's therapeutic and educational endeavors. Following this are life skills educational classes, informative or therapeutic groups, and creative expression groups.
Following lunch and adequate break time, clients are led into a variety of groups for self discovery, spiritual inspiration, and community based learning and co-creation. Throughout the afternoon, they may be introduced to various applicable topics through educational sessions, movies and other media, group discussions, guest speakers, and experiential activities, such as adventure outings into surrounding nature.
After the center's afternoon activities, therapy, and group meetings, clients are transported either to the gym, for the powerful positive effects of physical exercise, or back to their residences. Clients are provided transportation to 12 step or refuge recovery meetings 4 days a week and eat dinner at their leisure.
Structure is less formal on weekends, allowing for rest, personal time, meeting with sponsors or mentors, community involvement, and further personal growth and development. On Saturdays, we plan a group outing which may include a ropes course, hiking, rock climbing, or some other activity in nature.