The Rose’s drug and alcohol addiction treatment for women is rooted in a science-based, research-supported clinical model to ensure a healthier life without addiction. Our clients experience the strong impact massage and acupuncture therapy has on addiction.
Massage & Acupuncture at The Rose
Trained holistic practitioners oversee a program of physical activities that help women get in touch with their bodies and build self esteem through movement.
The Rose program is primarily focused on the emotional and behavioral aspects of recovery which involves a near-constant schedule of processes, workshops, and 12-Step meetings.
However, there are only so many hours a day that a woman can learn about addiction recovery and process the events in their lives. Activities like acupuncture, massage, (and occasionally) yoga, enrich the woman’s recovery and strengthen her foundation of sobriety.
More About Massage Therapy
Getting a massage is an extremely rewarding part of the treatment at The Rose that the women look forward to each week. The deep tissue massage that our staff masseuse provides relaxes each woman and gives her a sense of well being that is all natural.
More About Acupuncture
Acupuncture has become a favorite of The Rose women who often have never tried it prior to admitting treatment. Acupuncture is the holistic Chinese medicinal art of “strengthening the flow of energy throughout the body.” Acupuncture is performed to reduce pain andmost people assume this is its sole purpose. On the contrary, there is also a variety of other ailments that can be improved – and proactively prevented through acupuncture. Some examples that might surprise you:
Respiratory disorders such as:
- common Cold
Visual/eye related issues such as:
- conjunctivitis (pink eye)
Neurological and musculoskeletal disorders including:
- paralysis following stroke
- frozen shoulder or Tennis elbow,