About

 

Sara Regester 

 

Credentials:

Registered Nurse, Bachelor of Science in Nursing University of Northern Colorado 1983

Certified Integrative Health Coach from Duke Integrative Medicine 2013

Coach Mentor Supervisor for University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine

Apprentice with the Deer Tribe Metis Medicine Society

Member of the International Nurses Association

 

I have been an RN for over 30 years and I have studied Shamanism, a form of indigenous healing, since 2002. I use a very integrated approach to create lifestyle transformation that supports the whole person, mind-body-and spirit. You need the western medicine model for diagnosis, tests and medications as a bridge to the real healing that comes from a multi-pronged approach so you can evolve through your physical experiences to create a new lifestyle that is aligned with your bigger Vision.

 

We feel stress when something we care about is at stake. Stress is linked to our meaning and purpose. I don’t teach how to reduce your stress, I teach techniques to create stress resilience so you can align with a busy life without wiping yourself out.

 

Creating a stress resilient lifestyle is the key to turning a stressful lifestyle into a successful lifestyle. So you can prioritize what fuels your energy, restores your health, improves your relationships and gets you out of burnout in your career.

 

My “secret sauce” is the Shamanic healing process that I use to support my clients. I use intuition, metaphor and ceremony to support amazing transformation.  I support you using your evolutionary blueprint that guides how you grow and create your patterns in this lifetime. I use this blueprint to help you to transform your shadow and blocks into the light and to help you evolve so you can shine your gifts into your life purpose naturally and authentically. This alignment with your naturalness will restore health, happiness, fulfillment and prosperity. 

 

“When you find your excellence, you discover your freedom.”

         ~ Harley Swiftdeer Reagan, PhD