7 - Days Residential Experiential
Repressed Anger Healing Retreat
Your best possible journey to recovery
7 Days Retreat
Introducing 7-Days residential immersive healing & Ayurveda retreat for repressed anger. Our healing therapy consultants provide comprehensive testing and assessment, offering you clarity in understanding how you may get rid of the problem. With this awareness, we customize a healing plan that best supports your recovery goals.
In collaboration with our team, you will participate in healing sessions, which includes:
01. Ayurveda treatment sessions with the Ayurveda consultant.
02. Immersion healing sessions for repressed anger with the IH consultant.
03. Yoga healing therapy sessions.
04. Healing talk therapy / General discussion sessions.
05. Massage therapy sessions with Naturopath consultant.
Total number of Therapy / Healing sessions can be increased as per individual requirements. This program is ideal for anyone suffering from repressed anger.
Is Our 7-Days Retreat Right for You?
In general, we recommend the 7-Day retreat if:
You don’t have complicated detox needs.
You are not suffering from depression.
We are here to help you find your ideal path to long-lasting recovery. For more information please contact us with your questions or to tell us your story. We are here to listen, and we’re ready to help.
Repressed anger is anger that is unintentionally avoided, often as an attempt to avoid uncomfortable feelings related to stress, conflict, and tension. Repressed anger is different from suppressed anger, which refers to the feelings people purposely avoid. People who struggle with repressed anger often say, “I never get angry!” because they are unaware of their anger.
Anger is a universal emotion all humans experience, often in response to situations that are perceived as upsetting, stressful or unfair. There are different ways that people respond when they are angry, and different methods of expressing anger. Repression of anger is anger that is not expressed, usually because people subconsciously want to ignore it or avoid it, often out of fear or shame and that ultimately becomes a problem.
Negative Effects of Repressed Anger
When anger is repressed, it can build up, causing many negative effects on a person’s physical and mental health, as well as their overall quality of life and ability to function. Anger itself isn’t harmful or bad, but without any outlet or way to express it, people often aren’t able to just “let go” of it, especially if the trigger is something they encounter often.
Some of the harmful effects of repressed anger include:
High blood pressure
Higher risk for chronic illnesses
Anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions
Higher risk for addictions
Impulsivity and self-destructive behaviors
Less open and honest communication
Impaired work performance
• 7 Days - Retreat (Residential Program)