The pleasure revolution: Regena Thomashauer at TEDxFiDiWomen

05/12/2011 19:36:39

Regena Thomashauer Mama Gena is a revolution: an icon, teacher, author, mother and one of a handful of pioneers on the planet researching the nature of pleasure and dedicating her life to the discipline of pleasure.

Self-taught in the social, cultural and economic history of women including the ancient Goddess religion, which dominated for 30-50 centuries of recorded history, Regena uses her more than 20 years of research and her knowledge of female pleasure to open doors for women today by giving them a context in which to maximize their power, passion, enthusiasm and creativity.

The result is a curriculum, including the Womanly Arts Mastery Program, Inner Circle Program, Pleasure Bootcamp and SisterGoddess.com. Mama Gena's Programs teach women to discover the power of pleasure and create their dreams.

In addition to being the Creatrix and CEO of the School of Womanly Arts Regena is the best-selling author of three books published by Simon & Schuster˜Mama Gena's School of Womanly Arts: Using the Power of Pleasure to Have Your Way with the World 2002, Mama Gena's Owner's & Operator's Guide To Men 2003 and Mama Gena's Marriage Manual 2004.

She has been a frequent guest on NBC-TV's Today show and has appeared on 2020 where one of her segments garnered a 2020 record of more than one million website hits, many appearances on Late Nite with Conan O'Brien, and Rachael Ray.

Regena's programs at the School of Womanly Arts have been profiled in The New York Times, Elle and New York magazine. Her views on personal development and the power of women have been featured and quoted in several national publications including Glamour, Newsweek, Marie Claire, Allure, Self, InStyle and The Washington Post.

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Julia Sdrigotti

Love her

26/01/2015
50FootQueenie1

Why does she choose that awful Pitbull song to start her talk off with??? I'm serious; it makes it hard to hear anything she says afterwards, particularly about men. I mean, I know her argument is that men really want to serve women and bring us happiness in our lives, but if I'm going to even come close to being able to believe in that dream, I really, REALLY do not need to be put in mind of a guy like Pitbull, jeez :- He's like the cliche of a sexist macho creep :-

23/02/2014
Kokil Thapa

You will understand that annoying point when your good friend who's been a loser for a lifetime gets a jaw-dropping girl to fall for him in like 2 weeks? God, that just occurred. I know I ought to be pleased for him having said that I wish it was me. He explained he ran the Cupid Love System Search in Google for it. I want to hide inside a cave as we speak.

07/10/2013
Suman Giri

Life sucks. My cousin has started dating a 10 simply because 60 days ago he joined a site called Master Attraction Google it if you desire to learn how. I'm so jealous because I would like to fall in love as well. I'm gonna look into this Jake Ayres man's emails to find out if it may help a person like me. Odd thing is, he previously had Zero luck with females. How does one transform that fast? His girl's a fucking model!

30/09/2013
Karine Frigon

You blame her to guide women to be more desirable, more happy, less frustrated? Wow. :

29/09/2013
ShakeMyWay

Prolactin is not the bonding hormone. Oxytocin is. Prolactin works in breastfeeding and hematapoesis. That's probably what she meant.

11/08/2013
Neueregel

Another dumb feminist. Next vid now.

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