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 and fun.
Regena is 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. She uses her more than fifteen 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 the Womanly Arts Mastery Program, a unique 6-month course, which has helped hundreds of women discover the power of pleasure and create their dreams.
Mama Gena in the Media
Creatrix and CEO of both the School of Womanly Arts and Relationship Technologies, Regena created the sassy and sexy TV series,Mama Gena’s School of Womanly Arts, in partnership with Mag Rack, based on her bestselling book and school of the same name.
She is a frequent guest on NBC-TV’s Today show and has appeared on 20/20 (where one of her segments garnered a 20/20 record of more than one million website hits), The Ricki Lake Show, The Rachael Ray Show, Lifetime Live, The Other Half, and has been interviewed on a multitude of national and regional broadcasts including NPR’s The Next Big Thing. Regena has also hosted Starz Encore’s Love Stories channel.
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.
More About Regena Thomashauer
Regena is also the bestselling 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).
Regena has been a dynamic featured speaker at Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, the Young Presidents’ Organization, Hillcrest Hospital, Cleveland Clinic and the Health and Wellness Center at Doylestown Hospital, among others. She has recently spoken at TedX, and also delivered a course in Copenhagen for the Global Goddess School in Denmark.
She has also been featured weekly as a relationship expert on MSN/Match.com and has served as spokeswoman for the perfume So You from Giorgio of Beverly Hills and K-Y®’s Warming Liquid.
She graduated with a BA in Theater Arts from Mount Holyoke and then retired from the stage to pursue research into pleasure and fun.
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