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WE TURN FUN IN RECOVERY UP A NOTCH AT THE WEEKENDS BECAUSE WE KNOW THAT RECOVERY HAS TO BE INSPIRATIONAL TO BE SUCCESSFUL.

Can you think of a better way to kick back and relax, than to take control of the tiller and sail out into one of the local bays?

“Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”

– Mark Twain

leisure is part of PROMIS recovery

Recovering from addictions, compulsions and depressions is a serious business and at PROMIS our patients work very hard at their recoveries in various therapy sessions all through the week. This reminds us the importance of having balance in our lives and that we need inspiration for our recovery and to enhance our healing. Moreover, we often need to learn how to have fun again after years of feeling wretched.

One of the regular activities that PROMIS is proud to offer is the opportunity to go sailing. Being out in the sea is a challenging yet a very rewarding hands-on experience. PROMIS has access to a 32 foot Westerly Fulmer sailing boat run by RYA approved instructors who will show you the ropes of handling a yacht with patience and also ensure your safety.

Benefits of Sailing

  • Contributes to overall aerobic fitness, which is associated with a reduced risk of obesity, hypertension, and heart disease.
  • Increases anaerobic capacity. Improves flexibility and agility.
  • Promotes cardiovascular health.
  • Develops muscle strength and helps build up muscle endurance.
  • Being out in the open sea facilitates relaxation of the mind. The sound of the water alters the wave patterns of the brain into a relaxed state.
  • Studies show that sea air is charged with healthy negative hydrogen ions that accelerate the body’s ability to absorb oxygen and enhance the immune system. It also helps balance the levels of serotonin, a chemical produced by the body that is associated with mood and stress.




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