“Christ Moves Now” T-Shirts
Back of t-shirt cites 1 Corinthians 6:19,
“Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own.”
Each t-shirt is custom made by Dr. Stephen Redmon, Founder of Christ Moves Now (or under his direction).
Please allow 5-10 days to make and deliver in the continental U.S. only (additional postage required for delivery to Alaska, Hawaii, and internationally).
Short Sleeve - $29.99 (includes shipping)
Long Sleeve - $34.99 (includes shipping)
The front and back of the shirts is shown above in Gray, but is also available in White, or Yellow. There is also an option for short sleeves or long sleeves.
Restorative Yoga for Ethnic and Race-Based Stress and Trauma
Presenting ways in which Restorative Yoga can contribute to healing emotional wounds, this book invites yoga teachers, therapists and practitioners to consider the psychological impact of ethnic and race-based stress and trauma. It aids in the process of uncovering, examining, and healing one's own emotional wounds and offers insight into avoiding wounding or re-wounding others.
The book describes how race-based traumatic stress differs from PTSD and why a more targeted approach to treatment is necessary, as well as what can trigger it. It also considers the implications of an increasingly racially and ethnically diverse and global yoga community, as well as the importance of creating conscious yoga communities of support and connection, where issues of race and ethnicity are discussed openly, non-defensively and constructively.
By providing a therapeutic structure that assists those directly and indirectly impacted by ethnic and race-based stress and trauma, Restorative Yoga for Ethnic and Race-Based Stress and Trauma provides valuable tools for aiding in the processing of stressful experiences and in trauma recovery.
Reaching Back: Learn to Navigate Through Life's Turbulent Waters
Is there still a glass ceiling in the United States Armed Forces? Ever wonder why some people are promoted and others are not, yet their backgrounds, their experience and accomplishments are similar? Are people of color equally likely to get promoted on active duty as their colleagues who are not of color? Although we Americans have made progress in this country in achieving equal rights for all, much more work still needs to be done. Colonel (retired) Charlie Johnson is only the 3rd African-American female to be promoted to full colonel on active duty in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps (JAGC) in the Air Force’s entire 67+ year history. Furthermore, there has never been a General Officer of color in the USAF JAG Corps. This is unsatisfactory. Before retiring from the JAG Corps in 2010, Col Johnson promised to “reach back” and help junior military members whom she had mentored while on active duty. In Reaching Back, she recounts that the obstacles on the path to promotion are many, varied and sometimes hidden to the unaware member. She identifies the “turbulent waters” she encountered, which may surprise some and shock others. More importantly, she provides critical counsel on how to navigate through these turbulent waters, successfully. The counsel Col Johnson shares will not only help junior military professionals, but any junior professional who is entering the workplace and is confronted by the “ugliness and darkness” that exists in this world.