Each week you’re invited to join in on our upbeat discussion as we look deeper into spiritual based principles that can change your life. For it’s your birthright to live with passion and purpose, and to prosper! If you want to learn how to connect to your true authentic-self, and become aware of your Higher-Self, then this is the right place for you!
We have reached the dawning of a new day. What does life look like for you? Do you have the vision to create powerful moments each day in your life? Are you ready to stand up and be the change that you’ve been waiting for? Are you ready to go within, deep within to those places you’ve been hiding from? We will share the tools that will support the manifestation of your dreams and desires!
Since 2004, Regina has been teaching free classes on the emotional therapies. The public library has sponsored over 30 of her lectures on Emotional Sound Techniques and has requested presentations of her Multi-Dimensional photos. She teaches at pre-schools to children as young as 3 and in adult day care centers.
She has written numerous articles for magazines and periodical publications. She is the author of The Elusive Gift of Tragedy, a book about her life and her son’s death and the workbook on Emotional Sound Techniques. Her photos have appeared in Mystic Pop and Mysteries Magazine.
Regina is a Licensed Massage Therapist, Reiki Master, Certified in the Body Talk System, Certified in Acutonics-Level I and is a founder of the Emotional Sound Techniques Association: an Approved Provider for the NCBTMB. She and her son, John, started a local non-profit corporation, Love In Action, Inc, which has helped local organizations financially, who care for children with emotional problems. This non-profit corporation also offers free training for organizations that want to learn Emotional Sound Techniques.
Regina’s dimensional photos reflect emotions, energetic releases and amazing images. Regina’s interpretation of them will be available on this site as part of her series of articles called “Picture This”.