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How does a devoted creative practice open us to love more fully? Hula hooper, writer, and public speaker Philo Hagen shows how hooping has transformed his relationships. Philo is featured in the hooping documentary The Hooping Life at http://www.thehoopinglife.com/. Learn more about Philo and the international hooping community at http://hooping.org.
Prince Daniels’ football career got a start as a student of Georgia Tech as a walk-on,
and earned a scholarship after the 2002 season, an extraordinary achievement in itself.
During the four years Prince played football with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, he worked
hard and earned his place as a two-time all-conference tailback and the fourth-leading rusher
in all of Georgia Tech history with 3,300 yards rushing. He also made two-time Academic All-
ACC selection and was elected one of Tech's permanent team captains for 2005. His
leadership skills were honored as PJ led his Georgia Tech team when he was also selected to
participate in the 2006 Hula Bowl. He holds the NCAA bowl game rushing record with 311
yards and 4 touchdowns. PJ then was drafted to the National Football League by the
Agape Yoga Day
Saturday September 20th 7:30am-3pm.
ALL CLASSES DONATION BASED
We will have chanting with Rickie and Rev Michael will lead a mediatation in the morning
Classes offered are:
Dance it Out-Dion Raymond
Balance Tai Qigong-Dr. Marissa Pei
Yoga TransDance-Ariana Bates
Yoga Dance-Beth Schneider
Pranayama workshop-Parasaeu Bear
West African Dance w Positive Affirmation-Joy Hallman
Naam Yoga, Lloyd Brown, Etan Boritzer, Leigh Brown, Shakti Flow with Dharma,
Bhavani Hope, Natalie Macam, and more...
Hooping and Activities with Tisha Marina, Children's Yoga with Lloyd Brown, Kids fitness with Lisa
GUEST- Etan Boritzer P: (310)-621-2144 E: email@example.com W: www.yogainsight.net/index.html
Connect w/ Lisa Sahakian: www.InspiredLivingWithLisa.com firstname.lastname@example.org 310-569-1804
Jim and Jennifer are honored to welcome to the show all the way from Australia, Deanne Love. Hooper, teacher, creator, learner; Deanne’s desire to connect people through dance, music and fun fuelled the creation of global hoop community HOOPLOVERS in 2007. Deanne's mission is to inspire global beings to find their true potential through movement and self-expression via hoop dance.
Based in Melbourne, Australia Deanne teaches daily hoop dance classes to adults and children for fun, fitness and community development both online and offline. The one time primary school teacher and Hooping.org's Instructor of the Year (2014) marries a rapidly growing online audience with high energy live classes, workshops, performances and hoop education.
Sunday August 31, 2014. Join us as we welcome Kumu Lua Michelle Manu to the Dojo!
Michelle is a woman of "firsts". 1st generation 9th degree Lua black belt under the Olohe Solomon Kaihewalu, 1st woman to make wooden Lua training weapons, the only woman in the Lua Halau in 35 years....and she has the skills and the brains to back up her position in Lua. Join us as we discuss her background, the history of Lua, and much more
Started her martial arts training at 9 years old.
First generation 9th Degree Black Belt under Olohe Solomon Kaihewalu with the Lua Halau of Kaihewalu.
Earned the title of Kumu Lua which means Lua teacher.
Became a professional hula dancer at 14 years old in Southern California and then went professional in the Midwest at 15 through 22 years old.
Competition cheerleader, competition gymnast and a professional women’s tackle football player.
2002 Martial Artist of the Month by World Black Belt, Inc.
Inducted into the Master’s Hall of Fame in 2006.
Has worked on several productions where she has been able to showcase the Kaihewalu Lua for the first time on television and film.
The only woman in the Lua Halau for the past 35 years.
Brings a rare blend of spiritual and physical lokahi (balance) through the Lua (hard) and her Hula (soft).
The only woman documented in history to have ever made Lua wood warrior combat weapons.
Making decisions. What to be done? Where to go? Who to see? When to do? How much to take? Why do I? No matter who, what, when, where,why or how, we have to have a subject and a verb. Action is always happening though the subjects are constantly changing and sometimes remaining the same. The affect of the action is direct or indirect, intentional or unintentional; none the less it happens. The effectiveness of actions depends on doer of the action and its intent. The doer of actions is the only one or ones that know what outcome is expected. The result affects the subject, the doer and the connected parties or surroundings. Take for example there is a water hose not attached to anything and there is a faucet present able to turn on with water flow. There is a group of children playing yard games and one of them DECIDES to intentionally wet all the other children. The surroundings include a house accessible, three picnic tables, hula hoops, jump rope, tug of war rope, horse shoes game, a volley ball set up, a tented food area w/table of food, a stage or platform for drama acts and the environment is during the fall time, quite more cool than hot. The sun is shining at about 1pm Eastern Standard Time, prayer time will be at 1:30pm about. The doer( one wetting the children) decided to have an outcome of laughter for fun, but did not realize or incorporate into its thinking process the affect of the act on the other children. 10 girls and 10 boys. 1 boy does the action, the subjects are running, screaming, knocking each other down, two boys and a girl gets injured by running into the tables and one of the boys has asthma, is rushed to the hospital and the parents are called and the scene is a mess No common sense
We ask,, whatever happened to our leader? Our consciece for common sense?
GRACEbreak: Rebroadcast from April 7, 2014
Mary's show brought one of GRACEbreaks' largest audiences; the message is faith, the message is strong, and you are worth it!
Guest: Mary Riesberg, Author, Me God and My Hula Hoop, www.MaryRiesberg.com
Me God and My Hula Hoop
Mary Riesberg is recognized as an encouraging and inspirational life and leadership coach dedicated to making a difference in the lives of Christians. She is a founding partner with the John C. Maxwell coaching, speaking and training program. She complements her training in leadership with a background in Christian life coaching.
The Hula Hoop
The Hula-Hoop has taken on great meaning in my family over the years....I used the Hoop to represent the area that they could control. It was their “personal space,” “area of influence,” or “personal bubble.” If they were in the center of their Hoops, they had approximately a one-foot perimeter before they passed out of the Hoops’ boundary. Even when they didn’t actually have Hula-Hoops around them, I asked them to imagine that they did—not only in terms of providing a physical boundary, but also an emotional and spiritual one. It was after a series of events with my oldest daughter I realized in the center of the Hoop was not only my child, but also the Lord. My Heavenly Father, His Son, and the Holy Spirit were patiently waiting in the center of everything. Contact Mary at 850-380-2586 or email at email@example.com
For More Information Please Visit : www.godhoop.com
The host of "Real Talk Real Women" Radio host Davi Davenport, AJ Parker, and Dr. Terri Hicks are broadcasting live from Chicago Social Butterfly "Dana Horton's" Bday Party. Enjoy being a part of all the energy that will be going at this event, and get a chance to feel the pulse first hand of this event. The guest of honor Dana Horton, the party host Irene Loyde, Davi Davenport, and DJ Brett Morrision got together to make this event an event that is definitely going to be fun for ALL who attend... Stay tuned... We want you involved.. Call in and speak to the guest of honor, and her friends... Be apart of this memorable event..
Hey what's good! It's your girl Love, coming through with the throwback moments. Tonight's topic is My Favorite Things! I wanna take it back in the day, to the good ol' days. Let's talk about the Gloworms, little Army soldiers, Barbies, G.I. Joe, an all our favorite childhood toys. I wanna know. Remember buying the Turtle Dome for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Remember SkipIt? How bout the Frisbees, Hula Hoops, jump ropes, an My Buddy an Me? Aww man, good times. Well, I want to hear from you so call in at (347) 857- 4391 an Press 1 to speak to me!
WHAT IS THE GOSPEL? IS IT MUSIC? IS IT PREACHING SOMETHING ONE HAS LEARNED FROM THEOLOGY SCHOOL? IS IT HOOPING AND HOLLERING?
WHAT IS THE GOSPEL?
THIS EVENING, WE WILL DISCUSS THE GOSPEL OF YAHSHUA/JESUS CHRIST.....YOU KNOW THE GOSPEL THAT IS THE POWER OF GOD UNTO SALVATION...UNTO EVERYONE THAT BELIEVETH..UNTO THE JEW FIRST, AND THEN UNTO THE GREEK...
THE GOSPEL HAS BEEN LOST DUE TO THE CHURCH CONFORMING TO THE WORLD WHEN WE ARE SUPPOSED TO BE NOT CONFORMED BUT TRANSFORMED BY THE RENEWING OF OUR MINDS.
JOIN US THIS EVENING AS WE BRING BACK THE GOSPEL....................HOLY GHOST STYLE!
Oohhh... Do you remember? Billie Jean, Control, Fight the Power, Cool It Now and Roxann, Roxann!!!!
Oh My God! Michael Jackson. Janet Jackson. Public Enemy. New Edition. UTFO.
Yes! I remember.
Well what about FUBU clothes, family bar-be-cues, and "Battlin" "Breakin" & "Rappin" in the street? Taping "For Lovers' Only" on a cassette tape? Racing home to see "He-Man" or "Thundercats" cartoons? Frying up french fries with the old grease sitting on the stove in the Crisco can? Drinking sugar water cuz you didn't have any Kool-Aid? And having to be home before the street lights came up?
Dang, Mama. Its summer time! Oh, so I was the only one begging? REALLY?
This was a time when only doctors had pagers and only lawyers and business men needed phones. When there was no such thing as a home computer. Television only had five channels and went off at 2am. When the only cable company was "Preview" after 8pm. Oh no, no Netflix and Hula Plus? And we were told, "Children should be seen; not heard"
Welllll.... It's June. And June is Black Music Month. And we here at REAL TALK LIVE 216 love our black music. But you know, REAL TALK LIVE 216, had to go DEEPER. Cuz it's not just about black music. It's about the times we had; OUR YOUTH. -
So tonight, REAL TALK LIVE 216 is celebrating Black Music Month by going: BLACK IN DA DAY!!!!!!!!!!
Join Us Friday night at Chilkoot Charlies for the FIRST EVER PARTY GIRLS AK MEET UP
Enter907Live's Makin It hott Monday Award Winning hosts will be doing a live broadcast!!! Dj Rain$ex will be dropping the mixes all night....
Come dressed in your best Pin Up Girl attire! This is a night just for us full of fun, BBQ, jello shots, drinks, networking, hula hooping, dancing with our very own DJ Rain$ex and so much more! We will have consultants from Passion Parties, Jewelry, Make up, Spas, etc to insure your love for fun is fulfilled... If you are interested in showcasing and networking your business or talent, please text Cat Snapp @ 907-570-1455. Don't forget to join our Facebook page as well! oh yes.... and men are welcome too!
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