NUMINOUS STORE FAQ

If the answer to your question isn’t covered below, please contact: support@the-numinous.com

When will I receive my items?
Orders will arrive within 7-10 days of placing the order.

Do you ship internationally? 
Unfortunately, at this time we only deliver to addresses within the U.S.
What are your shipping rates?
$7.99 USD per order.

Do you offer returns and exchanges?
We hope that you love your purchase, but in the case that you are unhappy, you can return your product within 30 days of delivery of your item, for an exchange or full refund. If you would like to return or exchange your item, please contact us at support@the-numinous.com for return instructions. Please include “RETURNS” + your ORDER NUMBER in the subject line. The customer is responsible for all return shipping costs. In the unlikely event that your purchase arrives damaged, please return the item to be replaced. In this instance, The Numinous will cover all return shipping costs.

How do the sizes work for The Numinous sweatshirts?
The shirts are designed to be worn slightly baggy. Small fits U.S. size 2-4 (as seen on our model); Medium fits U.S. size 6-8; Large fits U.S. size 10-12.

Can I buy more than one item per order?
Yes, you can purchase as many items as you like.

How do I contact The Numinous if I have questions about your products?
You can contact us on support@the-numinous.com

What is Urban Yogis?
Led by Erica Ford (New York City Crisis Management, Queens Division), the program was inaugurated with five young adults from South Side Jamaica, Queens, who have been personally affected by gun and other types of violence. These young men and women have been engaging in community activism to address these issues, which has included learning the transformative tools of yoga and meditation. Inspired by their experiences, they have created an initiative to bring these tools to their community. The Urban Yogis are now all teaching yoga in the New York City Public School system as a way of inspiring other young, at risk youth to choose alternative pathways towards positivity and peace. You can find out more at Urbanyogis.org