Recovery is a sacred journey.


Recovery For Social Change

we are sacred.

Welcome human. You are sacred. You are your own spiritual authority. You are perfect in your imperfection.
It is an honour to have you with us.

Lisa Nixon

Lisa  is a person in long-term recovery from co-dependency.  She is an intuitive ninja who loves helping people remove what no longer serves them – She is passionate about creating sacred space and living authentically.

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Sacred Space

We want to witness your transformation from a human DOING to a human BEING. It is our jam, after all.

Are you ready? Let’s DO this. Together we will RECLAIM our recovery.

Lucy Price

Lucy is a person in long-term recovery from substance abuse and addiction. She is a spiritual gangster with plenty of street cred – Her holistic, straight shooting approach to healing is invaluable.

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{ Sacred } – sa·cred \ˈsā-krəd\ adj.

As defined by Sacred Recovery: highly valued and important; deserving great respect; worthy; perfectly imperfect; a simultaneous masterpiece and work in progress; deep belonging; divinely inspired; collectively connected.

See also – you, us, human being, mother nature, spirit, creator, the universe, everything.

We see our recovery as a gift + we are committed to a social change model.

We believe that working as a collective community, we can truly make a change. At Sacred Recovery we give you the opportunity to contribute to the recovery of others, while taking exceptional care of yourself.

We donate

10% of all product proceeds towards programs and resources for those suffering from addiction

We offer

sliding scales to cultivate diversity and make our offerings accessible to all income levels.

We spend

10% of our time volunteering in our community

An important part of justice is access + we stand for leveraging our privilege to support others.

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From Battleground to Holy Ground : My Body in Recovery

Addiction is like war. It is, by definition, pure destruction. Self destruction. With its fair share of collateral damage. A daily battle between life and death, with the addict fighting for both sides at once. For the lucky ones—for whom life is the victor—there is...

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The 5 Love Languages & Codependency

Personal relationships with significant others, family members and loved ones can be some of the most triggering and challenging experiences that individuals in recovery from codependency and addiction encounter. In my own experience with codependency, developing...

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Get Grounded in Recovery

There are many ways to get grounded in recovery. Being outside and connecting with nature has exceptional restorative abilities. It does not take countless hours of being in the wilderness. An individual recovering from substance abuse or co-dependency can simply...

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