Physical Activity & Wellness

GreeneStone’s holistic treatment approach involves caring for the mind as well as the body. Physical activity and time for introspection can help to establish new interests and healthier outlets for stress and coping.

Our hope is to spark an interest in exercise, fitness and wellness that our clients will carry with them long after they leave treatment. We offer several recreational activities that promote this mind-body connection.

Recreational Amenities:

  • Indoor pool
  • Weight & cardio rooms
  • Yoga studio
  • Tennis court
  • Basketball court
  • Volleyball court
  • Shuffleboard
  • Walking/Hiking/Running trails
  • Services of a Personal trainer
  • Circuit training
  • Massage therapy

GreeneStone offers personal training to all clients where they will receive a customized training plan to get started on their health goals. Massage therapy is offered on a weekly basis.

40+ Acres to Explore

In addition to our fitness amenities, residents can take advantage of our 40+-acre property by walking or running our trails. GreeneStone offers year-round outdoor activities, including hiking, fishing, cross country skiing and skating. Embracing nature and being outdoors is proven to reduce anxiety, stress and depression, and it helps many residents progress in their treatment.

Meditation & Yoga

Meditation is known to improve the mind-heart-body connection. It helps reduce stress and anxiety, and can improve one’s peace, focus and concentration. Yoga has been proven to increase physical strength, flexibility and physical and mental endurance. It also increases one’s sense of well-being and self-control.

At GreeneStone, residents participate in daily meditation practices as well as three weekly yoga sessions led by our certified instructor.

GreeneStone also holds a weekly Recovery 2.0 meeting which incorporates mind-body practices, breath work and grounding work. Founded by noted yoga teacher Tommy Rosen, Recovery 2.0 offers a path of discovery for healing from all addictions.

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