Taking the Fight to Addiction with Yoga, Meditation, & Martial Arts
The battle back from addiction requires a sound mind, body, and spirit.
The men in our program hone all three with yoga, meditation, and martial arts.
At Next Step Recovery, we help men make sobriety sustainable. We fight men’s addiction with a variety of recreational therapies. Weekly yoga, meditation, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu sessions supplement our clinical methods and help make sobriety a lifestyle.
As we say:
“Recovery is the Real Adventure.”
Equip yourself to fight until the battle is won.
Mindfulness, Self Awareness, & Personal Power
The path to recovery is paved with practice.
Replacing unhealthy old habits with empowering new ones is key.
Yoga, meditation, and martial arts help the men in our program build emotional resilience, self control, interpersonal skills, and other traits that lasting recovery demands. Daily practices like these work synergistically with our clinical behavioral therapies.
Next Step recreational therapies help make recovery real.
Uncover the power of your own potential. Regain control of your mind, body, and spirit. Take the next step toward the man you could be today.
Ready to Take the Next Step to a Life of Sustainable Addiction Recovery?
What They Say About Us
J.C., Beloved Client
B.D., Beloved Resident
T.A., Beloved Resident
L.M., Beloved Resident
Z.A., Beloved Resident
Z.B., Beloved Client
M.R.K., Beloved Resident
K.W., Family Member
Intensive Outpatient Program
provides our intensive outpatient program helping those striving for recovery continue substance abuse therapy outside of an, “inpatient,” environment. It is an ideal way to continue treatment while still living a normal lifestyle. Next Step Recovery offers IOP for both our residents and The Greater Asheville Area.
The main goal of our program is to help men transcend their addictions and create fulfilling lives.
Compassionate, Clinical Care
Next Step Recovery is big on evidence and empathy.
We implement addiction therapies with evidence behind them. We facilitate change with profound empathy for our patients.
Reviewed by Susan Stader
MS, LCMH, LCAS, CCS
Susan Stader is the founder and director of Next Step Recovery and NSR of Asheville, an Intensive Outpatient Program and a Long-term Extended Care program in Asheville, NC. She received her Master’s in Community Counseling in 2004 at Western Carolina University and went on to get her licensure in addictions and mental health counseling. Susan believes that treatment should be gender-specific and offered in a small setting. Small recovery communities, such as hers, are more intimate and more effective in overall client satisfaction and care.
Ready for the Next Step?
Recovery is the Real Adventure. Embrace the journey with other men on the same path. Lean on Next Step as your support network as you work toward sustainable sobriety. You don’t have to make the climb back to a life of meaning by yourself, but you do have to start. Take the next step toward your future today.