#MoveBeyond Addiction

ONLINE CONFERENCE

February 6-12, 2015

Whether It's Your First Day Sober, You've Been in Recovery For Years, You Have a Loved One Who Has Struggled With Addiction, Or You Work in the Field of Recovery, Find Inspiration and Support at the 4th Annual Recovery 2.0 Conference!

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Recovery 2.0 Host TOMMY ROSEN Recovery 2.0 Host Tommy Rosen
Tommy Rosen is a yoga teacher and addiction recovery expert who has spent the last two decades immersed in yoga, recovery and wellness. Tommy is the founder and host of the Recovery 2.0: Beyond Addiction Online Conference series. His goal is to present inspirational, entertaining, educational and powerful discussions with people whose experience and work in the world is of benefit to those who are seeking to overcome addiction and thrive in recovery.

SPEAKERS
drewpinsky

Dr. Drew

Pinsky

Report from The Front Lines: A Medical Doctor’s Look at Addiction and Recovery in 2014

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William

Moyers

Understanding All Facets of Addiction

GaborMate_lowrez

Dr. Gabor

Maté

Movement Toward Wholeness: The Evolution of The Human Being

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Bruce

Lipton, PhD.

Rewriting the Subconscious Mind

gabby

Gabrielle

Bernstein

Falling off (and Getting Back on) The Spiritual Wagon

nickortner

Nick

Ortner

Tapping Out of Stress

mastinkipp

Mastin

Kipp

Healing the Original Incident

guru-Singh

Guru

Singh

New Stages of Recovery: Moving into Higher Consciousness

mack

Mackenzie

Phillips

Healing Shame and Living in the Light

ambersmith

Amber

Smith

Overcoming Codependency and Recovering the Self

david-wolfe

David

Wolfe

Food, Recovery and Optimal Health

nikkimyers

Nikki

Myers

Yoga and 12 Step Recovery

durgaleela

Durga

Leela

Ayurveda and the 12 Steps: What we have learned in 5000 Years.

jamie

Jamie

Marich, PhD.

The Resolution of Trauma

Khalsa

Guruprem

Khalsa

You Call That A Bargain? Powerful Reflections from The Path of Recovery

rosie

Dr. Rosie

Kuhn

The Transformation of Limiting Beliefs

jasonw

Jason

Wahler

Addiction: More Than Meets The Eye

phillyt

Philly T

(Puran Kaur)

12 Step Yoga for the Soul - Heal Your Addictions

jasongarner

Jason

Garner

And I Breathed: A Journey out of Work-A-Holism

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Gurucharan

PhD.

Finding Your Path of Destiny

munoz

Dr. George

Munoz

Finding Your Soul’s Purpose: Shamanic Wisdom For Everybody

rolf

Rolf

Gates

Advanced Recovery Tools: The Compass and the Map

matesa

Jennifer

Matesa

The Human Potential For Healing: Coming back from Opioid Addiction

joncaldwell

Dr. Jon

Caldwell

Mindfulness Approaches to Recovery from Addiction

smay

Dr. Stephanie

May

Transforming Your Relationship with Food and Your Body

jenn

Dr. Jen

Nardozzi

Transforming Your Relationship with Food and Your Body

leonard

Leonard

Buschel

Today’s Recovery Landscape in General

bryanhyman

Brian

Hyman

Leading With The Heart: A Yoga Teacher’s Journey in Recovery

dara

Dara

Ghahremani, PhD.

Scientific Perspectives on Addiction: The Brain and The Nervous System

amypearson

Amy

Pearson

Where it All Begins: Looking at Approval Addiction

THE ENERGY OF ADDICTION HAS A CERTAIN FREQUENCY.

BREAK THE FREQUENCY OF ADDICTION...HERE!

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SCHEDULE

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Please note: All presentations begin at 6 AM PST and run for 24 hours.

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Bruce Lipton, PhD.
Bruce Lipton, PhD.
Rewriting the Subconscious Mind

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David Wolfe
David Wolfe
Food and Optimal Energy For The Person in Recovery

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Jason Garner
Jason Garner
And I Breathed: A Journey out of Work-A-Holism

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Dr. Jen Nardozzi / Dr. Stephanie May
Dr. Jen Nardozzi / Dr. Stephanie May
Transforming Your Relationship with Food and Your Body

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FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHT. FROM DIS-EASE TO EASE.

FROM ADDICTION TO RECOVERY 2.0

ABOUT

RECOVERY 2.0 CONFERENCE

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Recovery 2.0 is a global movement and community of people who embrace a holistic approach to recovery from all addiction including such elements as: Yoga, Meditation, 12 Steps, Healthy relationships with people, food, money and the identification of one’s purpose and mission in life.

We produce two FREE online conferences each year, which showcase the voices of top professionals and thought-leaders to deliver cutting-edge scientific, spiritual, and practical approaches to treating and overcoming addictions of all kinds.

February 2015 marks the fourth Recovery 2.0: Beyond Addiction conference. Recovery 2.0 conferences are always free-to-attend, with purchase options for those who desire future access to this wisdom via recordings and transcripts.

Annually, we also lead two 12-week online group coaching programs as well as workshops and retreats internationally.
We always want to hear from you. Write us. Tell us what you need. Tell us what works and what doesn’t. We support you on your unique life path and hope to connect with you personally somewhere down the road at a Recovery 2.0 event.

The global recovery community is in full effect. Whoever you are, wherever you are, however your day may be going, you are not alone.

With Love and Gratitude,

Tommy Rosen and The Recovery 2.0 Team

ABOUT TOMMY ROSEN

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Tommy Rosen is a yoga teacher, writer, and addiction recovery expert who has spent the last two decades immersed in yoga, recovery and wellness. Tommy has certifications in both Hatha and Kundalini Yoga and Meditation. He is one of the pioneers in the burgeoning field of Yoga and Recovery and has over twenty years of experience assisting others to holistically transcend addictions of all kinds.tommy-rosen

Tommy is the founder of Recovery 2.0: Beyond Addiction Conference and also leads the Recovery 2.0 #MoveBeyond Coaching Program. He presents workshops annually at Esalen, and Kripalu. Tommy’s first book, Recovery 2.0: Move Beyond Addiction and Upgrade Your Life was published by Hay House in 2014. Tommy and his wife, noted yoga teacher, Kia Miller, live and teach in Venice, CA. www.tommyrosen.com

THERE IS A WAY TO MOVE BEYOND ADDICTION AND TO LIVE THE FULLEST EXPRESSION OF YOUR LIFE.

IT IS CALLED RECOVERY 2.0. REACH FOR THE NEXT LEVEL.

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TESTIMONIALS
"One of the best online conferences I have ever listened to. It was amazing. My partner and I have purchased the interviews in order to own the wisdom - I know it will be a gift that keeps on giving. How nice to find my tribe!" Ellen
"Tommy Rosen you are a superhero, what you have put together here is so amazing and inspirational, I have been watching the conference from Germany, these interviews bring tears to my eyes!" Jay
"When I pushed play on the first talk of the Recovery 2.0 conference, I wasn't sure what to think. Now that it's over, all I can say is THANK YOU Tommy Rosen! I was turned on to so many fabulous new teachers that have left me feeling full and inspired. Wonderful!" Julia
"I was inspired, affirmed and blessed leaps and bounds by the Recovery 2.0 Conference. I find myself wishing that the whole world could have been graced by it all." Erika
"I hit 2 years sober last month, thanks in no small part to the conference teachings and your message, which is helping me learn to live my fullest life possible in recovery." Anonymous
"Wow, wow & wow! That's all I can say. Thank you Tommy so much for all of your hard work and the work of your guest speakers. I am blown away! The Conference was exactly the medicine I needed. Already looking forward to the next one." Pamela

RECOVERY WISDOM FROM AMAZING PEOPLE WHO HAVE WALKED THE PATH.

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PARTNERS

Hazelden LogoThe Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation helps people reclaim their lives from the disease of addiction. It is the nation's largest nonprofit treatment provider, with a legacy that began in 1949 and includes the 1982 founding of the Betty Ford Center. With 15 sites in California, Minnesota, Oregon, Illinois, New York, Florida, Massachusetts, Colorado, and Texas, the Foundation offers recovery solutions nationwide and across the entire continuum of care for youth and adults. It includes the largest recovery publishing house in the country, a fully accredited graduate school of addiction studies, an addiction research center, an education arm for medical professionals, and a unique children's program, and is the nation's leader in advocacy and policy for treatment and recovery.

Intherooms LogoInTheRooms.com is the premier social network for people in recovery. Providing an ideal forum for people to connect with each other and to access recovery meetings from the comfort of home throughout each day and week, making it possible for anyone, to make it to a meeting even if they are bedridden, sick or not permitted because of religion or culture to attend meetings. Recovery 2.0 and InTheRooms.com have a year-long partnership which includes 2 FREE weekly shows - The Recovery 2.0 Power Hour and The Recovery 2.0 Meditation Sessions. The relationship allows more people to know about and access Recovery 2.0 Conferences as well as other offerings, products and services for people in recovery.

Y12Sr LogoY12SR® (The Yoga of 12-Step Recovery) is a community organizing platform that provides a rich and powerful framework for integrating the wisdom of yoga and the practical tools of 12-step programs for recovery that truly addresses addiction as the physical, mental and spiritual dis-ease that it is. Guided by its theme "The Issues Live In the Tissues," Y12SR meetings are now available across the United States and have begun to take root internationally. The program teaches cognitive and somatic tools to help address behavioral changes in the addict in times of stress and craving. The Y12SR curriculum is quickly becoming a feature in addiction recovery treatment centers across the United States. For more information on Y12SR, please visit www.y12sr.com