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Tony Redhouse is an extraordinary Native American speaker and spiritual teacher.. Imagine colorful and mesmerizing Native American Dance, Stories, Music and audience participation in a dynamic speaking program. Mr. Redhouse brings a personal, positive and provocative interactive presentation to inspire all types of audiences. He has shared uplifting messages with the Dept. of Justice "Victims of Crime on Reservations", Montana tribal communities, National Alliance for Grieving Children, SW College of Behavioral Health, Dr. Oz' TV, "Keeping Up with the Kardashians", The Real Housewives of NJ and is featured in Marilyn Schlitz and Deepak Chopra's film documentary, "Death Makes Life Possible". He is often remembered for his motivational and compassionate delivery of a insightful messages on a variety of topics including: Life transitions, health and wellness, maintaining balance in our "circle of Life", coping with trauma, grief, divorce, loss, addiction-recovery, and Native American spirituality.
Native American Spiritual Coach
Tony Redhouse has served as a traditional Native American practitioner & consultant to Native American communities and behavioral health organizations. He provides one-to-one sessions spiritual coaching with individuals to bring simplicity and clarity to life transitions, goals and healing. He is a visual artist, Grammy nominated recording artist, inspirational speaker, spiritual teacher, Hoop and Eagle dancer. Mr. Redhouse uses Native American art, dance and music to inspire and heal lives.
Native American Musician
Tony is an accomplished World-Beat percussionist. During Tony's youth, he was exposed to Afro-Cuban, Latin Rock and urban soul style Conga Drumming in the San Francisco Bay area, and continued to pursue other African based rhythms which he later fused with his Native American Flute, Voice and Drum music. As a World percussionist has performed and recorded with the late Vince Welnick of "Grateful Dead", late Ruben Romero on "Native Flamenco" album, Snatam Kaur on "Heaven and Beyond", "Reunited".
Yoga and Meditation
Tony Redhouse is a Native American traditional consultant, teaching seminars in Native American spirituality, symbolism and using the Arts as a self-awareness therapy for those in addiction recovery programs. Tony has developed a culturally based curriculum that incorporates Native spirituality as a solution to drug and alcohol addiction and related issues. Tony is also a certified yoga teacher and the creator of "Native American Spirit and Yoga", which unites the practice of Yoga with Native American spirituality and music. He presented this class for 6 years at Miraval Resort in Arizona and shared as guest faculty at Kripalu Yoga center in 2010.