After 30 years working in the hospital as an RN, Regina decided to take health care into a different arena. She began the study of yoga in 1995 due to depression following the death of her remaining parent. She studied yoga in the tradition of B.K.S. Iyengar with Rodney Yee, and Richard Rosen learning and discovering alignment principles of the practice. Yoga and the vast wisdom of the body and breath showed an inclusive approach to overall health, wellness and spirituality.
In 2009, Regina left the hospital to open Prana Yoga and Healing Center offering classes, workshops, and teacher training. In 2011, she began to study Kundalini Yoga through the teachings of Yogi Bhajan. A deeper transformation began to happen as the teachings of kriyas, breath, meditation, and chants enveloped her practice and life. Kundalini Teacher Training was offered at Prana Yoga in 2015 for the first time because she wanted to share these teachings and she was a part of the graduating class. She still maintains her RN license, in addition to E-RYT 500, and a Certified Kundalini teacher. She is currently working on getting certified as an International Yoga Therapist.