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Our San Diego holistic rehab services are an integral part of the mind, body healing experience. Each client is provided with four individual holistic healing sessions per week and has the opportunity to choose from an array of holistic addiction treatment services.

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If you or a loved one is suffering from addiction and would like more information on how these therapeutic offerings at our California holistic rehab in San Diego can benefit your recovery, please get in touch with our Admissions today.

Same day admission is possible along with treatment programs to meet individual needs including our luxury rehabnon-12 Step rehab, executive rehab and San Diego detox.

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  • Energy Healing

  • Energy healing is designed to identify childhood trauma, emotional wounds, and destructive patterns. Our energy healer then addresses the source(s) of the issue, with the intention of releasing, transforming, and resolving it. Included in these sessions are opportunities for insight surrounding the clients’ life purpose and soul quality.

  • Breathing and Stress Reduction

  • Includes techniques such as brain re-patterning. AToN offers individual breathing and stress reduction classes.

  • Yoga and Meditation

  • Yoga, inspired by a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, became one of the most famous exercise practices in today’s world. Combining meditation, breath control and a system of physical exercises and postures, yoga fosters holistically physical and mental control of your body and well-being.

    Meditation is often included in a multidisciplinary approach to addiction treatment for its positive effects on the mind and body.

    Meditation is a technique whereby the resident will increase awareness and non-judgmentally attend to internal and external stimuli. This may help calm the mind and allow the resident to effectively decrease stress, cravings and emotional upset. Meditation can provide a deeper insight into one’s emotional life as well as allow for a peaceful escape. Meditation is a compassionate approach and focuses on acceptance and openness rather than guilt, blame and shame about one’s addictive behavior.

    The basic advantage of meditation for treatment is in its simplicity. It does not take a long time to learn Meditation. It can be done nearly anywhere, anytime and, after some training, without any outside support. Most importantly, residents will be able to apply and exercise it in critical situations; avoiding relapse by controlling their stress, anxiety and cravings. Scientific research has been able to prove the positive effects of Meditation on the success of addiction treatment programs and the prevention of relapse.

    At AToN Center, the Clinical Team teaches weekly meditation groups. These groups are focused on Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention for Addictive Behaviors. Through these groups, residents are able to incorporate meditation into their Relapse Prevention plan. They participate in guided meditation such as automatic pilot and relapse, awareness of triggers and craving, mindfulness in daily life, and mindfulness in high-risk situations. Additionally, AToN Center offers individualized meditation therapy with a skilled practitioner.

  • Massage Therapy

  • Incorporating massage into a substance abuse program is advantageous in all of the stages of quitting an addiction: withdrawal, detoxification and abstinence. Skin, the largest sensory organ in our body, is our primary sense for connecting information from our external surroundings to our internal environment.

    Massage has the unique ability to affect all of our layers of being — from the spiritual plane all the way up to and including our body’s chemical composition. In the process of abandoning an addiction, these many parts of ourselves become fragmented. Regular massage sessions can aid the client’s awareness of his or her own body, including where and when tension exists. Being conscious of these patterns is a step toward recognizing one’s own resistance, which can lead to healthfully addressing emotions associated with cravings and stress.

  • Acupuncture

  • Acupuncture has been used for the treatment of a wide variety of ailments for over 2,500 years. Within the United States, acupuncture has been recognized as an effective method in an integrated addiction treatment protocol, with the movement beginning in 1976. Acupuncture focuses on the energy that flows throughout our bodies, called Qi. It is believed that abusing substances can block or interrupt the natural energy flow within our bodies, creating imbalance. By unblocking the energy and reinitiating its natural flow, we may facilitate the healing processes, resolve discomfort and foster the well-being of our residents.
    An acupuncturist will first perform a thorough assessment which will dictate his or her treatment plan. Acupuncture uses specialized, hair-thin needles that are placed lightly into the skin in distinct locations on the resident’s body. Acupuncture in general is not a painful therapy.
    Acupuncture has shown promising results in areas related to addiction such as:

    • Reducing anxiety
    • Improving sleep
    • Easing withdrawal
    • Relaxation
    • Easing pain
    • Decreasing nausea
    • Relieving constipation and bloating
    • Stabilizing emotional balance

    At AToN Center we have highly educated and qualified acupuncturists who will assess our resident’s symptoms and will customize this therapy accordingly. At AToN we have acupuncture available as a vital integrative modality to help residents sustain wellness and sobriety.

  • Hypnotherapy

  • The hypnotherapist at AToN’s holistic drug treatment center specializes in helping individuals overcome addictive behaviors. He also has sub-specialties in stress-related problems and pain management. Our hypnotherapist assists each client in learning how to achieve a state of peace by guiding them into it. Once this state has been achieved, the client then receives what are called hypnotic suggestions. These suggestions will enable the client to use the power of hypnosis in their life regularly.

  • Personal Training

  • The close relationship between the mind and body is well known. This connection is a philosophy reflected by many cultures around the world. The Mind-Body connection has been associated with depression, anxiety, chronic pain, cardiovascular conditions, substance abuse and other physical and mental ailments.

    AToN Center takes advantage of this Mind-Body connection. Prior to entering treatment, many of our residents have neglected their mental, emotional and physical health. AToN Center offers several holistic services in an effort to promote wellness.

    Personal Training allows our residents to work individually with our personal trainer in order to incorporate fitness and exercise into their recovery plan. AToN takes into account that each of our residents have unique needs and requirements regarding exercise, and often would benefit from an individualized format. A group circuit is also offered on the weekends.

  • Watsu

  • Watsu is a gentle form of body therapy performed in a warm pool with the water heated to close to body temperature. It combines elements of massage, joint mobilization, shiatsu, and muscle stretching. The receiver is continuously supported while being floated, cradled, rocked, and stretched.

    The deeply relaxing effects of warm water and nurturing support, combined with Watsu’s movements, offer a range of therapeutic benefits and are potentially healing on many levels. Watsu brings moments of stillness that alternate with rhythmical flowing movements that can free the body in ways impossible on land. The warm water relaxes the muscles and supports the spine – with this support, and without the weight of the body, the spine, joints, and muscles can be manipulated and freed in a way unique to water work. The effects include a release of tension along with a state of deep relaxation.

Energy healing is designed to identify childhood trauma, emotional wounds, and destructive patterns. Our energy healer then addresses the source(s) of the issue, with the intention of releasing, transforming, and resolving it. Included in these sessions are opportunities for insight surrounding the clients’ life purpose and soul quality.

Includes techniques such as brain re-patterning. AToN offers individual breathing and stress reduction classes.

Yoga, inspired by a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, became one of the most famous exercise practices in today’s world. Combining meditation, breath control and a system of physical exercises and postures, yoga fosters holistically physical and mental control of your body and well-being.

Meditation is often included in a multidisciplinary approach to addiction treatment for its positive effects on the mind and body.

Meditation is a technique whereby the resident will increase awareness and non-judgmentally attend to internal and external stimuli. This may help calm the mind and allow the resident to effectively decrease stress, cravings and emotional upset. Meditation can provide a deeper insight into one’s emotional life as well as allow for a peaceful escape. Meditation is a compassionate approach and focuses on acceptance and openness rather than guilt, blame and shame about one’s addictive behavior.

The basic advantage of meditation for treatment is in its simplicity. It does not take a long time to learn Meditation. It can be done nearly anywhere, anytime and, after some training, without any outside support. Most importantly, residents will be able to apply and exercise it in critical situations; avoiding relapse by controlling their stress, anxiety and cravings. Scientific research has been able to prove the positive effects of Meditation on the success of addiction treatment programs and the prevention of relapse.

At AToN Center, the Clinical Team teaches weekly meditation groups. These groups are focused on Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention for Addictive Behaviors. Through these groups, residents are able to incorporate meditation into their Relapse Prevention plan. They participate in guided meditation such as automatic pilot and relapse, awareness of triggers and craving, mindfulness in daily life, and mindfulness in high-risk situations. Additionally, AToN Center offers individualized meditation therapy with a skilled practitioner.

Incorporating massage into a substance abuse program is advantageous in all of the stages of quitting an addiction: withdrawal, detoxification and abstinence. Skin, the largest sensory organ in our body, is our primary sense for connecting information from our external surroundings to our internal environment.

Massage has the unique ability to affect all of our layers of being — from the spiritual plane all the way up to and including our body’s chemical composition. In the process of abandoning an addiction, these many parts of ourselves become fragmented. Regular massage sessions can aid the client’s awareness of his or her own body, including where and when tension exists. Being conscious of these patterns is a step toward recognizing one’s own resistance, which can lead to healthfully addressing emotions associated with cravings and stress.

Acupuncture has been used for the treatment of a wide variety of ailments for over 2,500 years. Within the United States, acupuncture has been recognized as an effective method in an integrated addiction treatment protocol, with the movement beginning in 1976. Acupuncture focuses on the energy that flows throughout our bodies, called Qi. It is believed that abusing substances can block or interrupt the natural energy flow within our bodies, creating imbalance. By unblocking the energy and reinitiating its natural flow, we may facilitate the healing processes, resolve discomfort and foster the well-being of our residents.
An acupuncturist will first perform a thorough assessment which will dictate his or her treatment plan. Acupuncture uses specialized, hair-thin needles that are placed lightly into the skin in distinct locations on the resident’s body. Acupuncture in general is not a painful therapy.
Acupuncture has shown promising results in areas related to addiction such as:

  • Reducing anxiety
  • Improving sleep
  • Easing withdrawal
  • Relaxation
  • Easing pain
  • Decreasing nausea
  • Relieving constipation and bloating
  • Stabilizing emotional balance

At AToN Center we have highly educated and qualified acupuncturists who will assess our resident’s symptoms and will customize this therapy accordingly. At AToN we have acupuncture available as a vital integrative modality to help residents sustain wellness and sobriety.

The hypnotherapist at AToN’s holistic drug treatment center specializes in helping individuals overcome addictive behaviors. He also has sub-specialties in stress-related problems and pain management. Our hypnotherapist assists each client in learning how to achieve a state of peace by guiding them into it. Once this state has been achieved, the client then receives what are called hypnotic suggestions. These suggestions will enable the client to use the power of hypnosis in their life regularly.

The close relationship between the mind and body is well known. This connection is a philosophy reflected by many cultures around the world. The Mind-Body connection has been associated with depression, anxiety, chronic pain, cardiovascular conditions, substance abuse and other physical and mental ailments.

AToN Center takes advantage of this Mind-Body connection. Prior to entering treatment, many of our residents have neglected their mental, emotional and physical health. AToN Center offers several holistic services in an effort to promote wellness.

Personal Training allows our residents to work individually with our personal trainer in order to incorporate fitness and exercise into their recovery plan. AToN takes into account that each of our residents have unique needs and requirements regarding exercise, and often would benefit from an individualized format. A group circuit is also offered on the weekends.

Watsu is a gentle form of body therapy performed in a warm pool with the water heated to close to body temperature. It combines elements of massage, joint mobilization, shiatsu, and muscle stretching. The receiver is continuously supported while being floated, cradled, rocked, and stretched.

The deeply relaxing effects of warm water and nurturing support, combined with Watsu’s movements, offer a range of therapeutic benefits and are potentially healing on many levels. Watsu brings moments of stillness that alternate with rhythmical flowing movements that can free the body in ways impossible on land. The warm water relaxes the muscles and supports the spine – with this support, and without the weight of the body, the spine, joints, and muscles can be manipulated and freed in a way unique to water work. The effects include a release of tension along with a state of deep relaxation.