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Holistic Hoops

 
 
Holistic Hoops Description and Photographs “Holistic Hoops” are the best fun therapy to compliment any fitness program. Anyone who wants to get in shape, burn calories, meditate, and have fun in the process must have these hoops, aka “Holy Hoops.” 
 
Every hoop is handmade by Yoga Therapist Stephen Redmon, PhD, RYT-500 (or made under his direction) using a process he learned in Harlem, New York City, where he was born and reared. In addition, Stephen and his team prays for the health and wellbeing of each hoop’s owner/user. 
 
Dr. Redmon uses the same top quality hoop in his Holy Yoga classes, in his classes at a George Washington University, and in pop up classes. 
 
Select 1st, 2nd, & 3rd choice of color stripes and size for your custom made 38”, 40”, 42” diameter. Hoops made of 3/4" 125 PSI Polyethylene. 
 
Please allow 5-10 business days for us to make and ship your hoop.

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“Christ Moves Now” T-Shirts - White or Yellow

 

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).

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.

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Recommended Reading

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.

 

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