Rise & Grind Recovery Radio E25
We Do Recover with Taryn Strong
Episode Snapshot: Listen to the Co-creator of She Recovers, Taryn Strong, as she shares her story of recovery from drug & alcohol addiction, struggling with an eating disorder, self-harm, co-dependency, trauma, and now helping to head up the She Recovers Retreats and the She Recovers Conference.
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Taryn Strong’s Bio
Taryn Strong is grateful to be in recovery from drug addiction, self harm, disordered eating and codependency. Taryn was raised by recovering parents (Dawn is her mom) so recovery has been a part of her everyday life for a long time. She completed her 300 hour yoga teaching training program in her home town of Victoria, British Columbia in 2007 after falling in love with yogic philosophies and the power of transformation through the mind/body/spirit connection. Taryn received her “Yoga of Recovery” certification at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm and her “Yoga for Trauma” certification in 2014. She has since developed a unique “Yoga for Recovery” program which integrates yoga and meditation with spirituality and recovery principles from a wide variety of recovery pathways (including but not limited to the 12 step pathway). In addition to teaching yoga classes across Victoria and leading the Yoga for Recovery program for She Recovers Retreats, Taryn’s latest role is as the creator and artisan of She Recovers Malas. For more about Taryn have a look at her video.
- Taryn Strong tells us how she got where she is at today.
- Taryn shares her personal story of recovery
- Discussion on Yoga for recovery
- Taryn discuss the 10 intentions and guiding principles of She Recovers.
- We are all recovering from something.
- Believe in early intervention. We don’t have to hit rock bottom
- Recovery is a journey to wholeness; taking care of mind, body, and spirit.
- Collaboration not competition is the only way forward; we are stronger together.
- Supportive of all pathways and patchworks to recovery; without judgment or shame.
- Focus on our strengths not our defects
- Learn from and make peace with our past so we can live fully in the present
- Connection is our sole purpose
- Practice of radical self-care is paramount to our wellbeing
- When we are ready we recover out loud so when women are struggling they can find and join our tribe.
Do you know somebody that may need help from addiction or mental illness?
We want to help those who are suffering from addiction and mental health disorders by providing you some of the best know resources mentioned in this week’s episode and listed below.
If this is an emergency or if you are worried that you or someone you know may be at risk for suicide, please call your local authorities (911).
Also, check out all the resources mentioned by visiting Rise Together’s “FIND HELP” section at www.weallrisetogether.org
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About Anthony Alvarado
Rise & Grind Recovery Radio is brought to you by Anthony Alvarado. As a person in long-term recovery, Anthony has a strong desire to change the conversation around addiction and in turn – change the world we live in today. He is the President and Co-Founder of Rise Together, a grassroots organization helping to lead a movement of young people to stand up and speak out on the issues they care most about. Anthony and his organization aim to break the silence around suicide, bullying, mental illness, drugs, and alcohol.
Rise Together’s mission is rapidly spanning the United States. Since September 2013, Anthony has personally traveled over 200,000 miles, taken the stage over 400 times with his team, and educated over 125,000 young adults on addiction and mental health.
Anthony speaks on many different topics but often addresses the need for new creative & innovative solutions that will educate, engage, and empower the young people of today. He shares successful strategies with prevention agencies and school administrators. He has spoken at national conferences as well as state mental health and school conferences.
Now, he has founded Rise & Grind Recovery Radio, where he welcomes guest to engage in conversation around recovery from all over the world.
He is a loving father, son, brother, and friend and spends his free time connecting and conversing with others.