By Regina Rowley / October 13, 2021 / 0 Comments

Mental Health – Lovingkindness Mental health, like our physical health, is dynamic & fluid. My mental and emotional health directly impact my physical health, so I must be intentional with all. Years ago when I began my yoga teacher training, I self identified as a burnt out Type A personality. Mentally and emotionally, in the […]

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International Women’s Day

By Regina Rowley / March 8, 2021 / 0 Comments

As a self defense instructor, I teach women the importance of remaining alert, aware of her surroundings at all times. We learn to trust our intuition and to live peacefully, while preparing to be our own line of defense. As International Women’s Day arrives may we accept the challenge to be alert. Alert to and […]

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Bone Sigh Arts

By Regina Rowley / May 27, 2020 / 0 Comments

Are you tired, scared, lonely? “Come on in and have some tea.” ~Terri St. Cloud I came across Bone Sigh Arts during one of my hardest times and have followed it for years now. Terri’s insights are relevant and genuine. I feel seen, heard and validated when I read her simple, profound words. While we have […]

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I Am Priceless Campaign

By Regina Rowley / December 14, 2016 / 0 Comments

I Am Priceless movement was created to enlighten, empower, and enrich the lives of women. We are preparing to launch with a video campaign in January. You are priceless and we would be honored for you to join our video. Follow this link IAP sign for videos – photos print your poster, in color if you can; […]

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Trust Your Intuition – Honor Your Feelings

By Regina Rowley / August 23, 2016 / 0 Comments

When we live almost entirely in our conscious mind, our intuition will be undeveloped. Our culture favors logic and when we are unable to logically defend our reasons, our intuition tends to be discounted. This process begins in childhood leading us to discount our own feelings and subconscious. We learn to doubt our ability to […]

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Home Invasions – Invasive & Dangerous

By Regina Rowley / November 1, 2015 / 0 Comments

Home invasions are invasive and dangerous. Creating the habit of locking all of your doors and windows greatly reduces the opportunity. To some, this is a natural habit already. For others it bears repeating. College Station, TX has been experiencing home invasions. The intruder has entered unlocked doors. Women have awakened to a man standing […]

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Woman Attacked in Restroom

By Regina Rowley / August 20, 2015 / 0 Comments

Seldom are women aware of the potential danger that comes with using a public restroom. “It never even occurred to me that it wouldn’t be safe to be in a restroom,” said the Indianapolis woman who asked not to be identified. The top three locations women are assaulted are at home, parking lots/garages and public restrooms. We […]

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What Does Confidence Look Like?

By Regina Rowley / August 7, 2015 / 0 Comments

What does Confidence look like? Confidence is your verbal and most importantly non-verbal communication. It is taking up space, like your hands on your hips. Making eye contact and fronting the person you are speaking with. Fronting is directing your toes and torso toward the person. Have you ever thought “Confidence, some people have it and […]

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You Are Not Alone

By Regina Rowley / July 20, 2015 / 0 Comments

This post is for those who are struggling due to surviving a toxic childhood. If you had the good fortune and luxury of a healthy and loving relationship with your dad, may this post serve to help you gain insight. It is no secret that I am a survivor of childhood domestic violence and sexual […]

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I Needed Someone to Believe Me… Save Me

By Regina Rowley / June 20, 2015 / 0 Comments

“Your story does not have to define you, you can come out on the other side.” ~Debby Madera “I was about 6 years old, with three younger brothers, when my world turned upside down. My mom divorced my dad, we moved to El Paso and she remarried. My mom’s new husband was a high school teacher and […]

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Regina is an international voice enlightening and empowering women to rise above limiting beliefs, overcome fear and write their own ending as a Goddess Warrior. Whether speaking or teaching, Regina is sensitive, fun and relate-able as she shows women, they too, can tap into their inner strength, gain confidence, and replace limiting beliefs.



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