Inner Revolution Society is dedicated to bringing self-confidence and compassion-building workshops to women and teenage girls who are on the path of recovery from addiction.
We are here to create a Revolution, from the inside out!


We explore & build self-confidence, awareness and compassion through through the art of improvisation, and the practice of meditation and yoga.

Improvisation, Meditation, Kundalini Yoga

Inner Revolution Society works with facilities to enhance their treatment environment, to help build resilience and promote the mental health of girls and women in recovery and abusive situations.

Most of us who have “been in the rooms” have heard the same through-lines in people’s story of addiction: self esteem issues, difficulty with trust, obsessive and anxious thoughts of past and future events, a loss of hope, and more. We believe our workshops can help to build a strong foundation in overcoming these inner issues that plague addicts.

Please join us on this journey!


Improv helps foster courage in expressing one’s own point of view, accepting “mistakes” as gifts, and communicating our wants and needs more effectively. We teach the skills and importance of confidence, acceptance and friendship.

Our Recovery Improv Workshops promote active listening, reacting honestly, and working effectively within a group while trusting one’s own instincts. We strive to create a supportive and safe environment as the basis for internal growth.

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Meditation, or mindfulness, is a powerful tool in bringing calmness and focus to our lives. We at Inner Revolution Society believe the practice of meditation is an important support to the challenges of our daily lives. The result of meditation can aid us in dealing more effectively with situations as they arise, in the moment, with peacefulness, strength and confidence.

Our Meditation Workshops are suited for every level of meditator, no experience required!

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Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga was brought to the West by Yogi Bhajan in 1968 and it is considered the most comprehensive of yoga traditions, combining meditation, mantra, kriyas and pranayam (breathing techniques).

Kundalini yoga is the yoga of awareness. It has been used for decades as a supplement to those in addiction recovery

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YOU Can Help Fund a Recovery Workshop!

Please consider a tax-deductible donation and help fund a workshop for
women and girls in need! Donate and help fund a workshop!