Game of Life is a fantastic class… one of my favorites! I was privileged to take my Practitioners Certification in NYC with Hiro, the Japanese businessman who created the class, and my Instructors Certification with both Hiro and Vianna in Montana!

It is a 3 day class that addresses limiting belief patterns that keep us from achieving our life goals. Exercises focus on parental obligations, releasing the past, becoming accepted by society, how to handle peer pressure, receive infinite abundance, be ready to succeed, visualizing and manifestation. We learn how to step out of drama and into our personal power with confidence and humility while creating security and safety. This class is excellent for learning how to navigate in the business world while creating a fulfilling personal life.

By the end of this class, life won’t seem so serious, but more like a game, which when well played creates happiness, contentment, well being, and fun!

Seminar Includes: Game of Life Practitioners Manual

Duration: 3 days

Prerequisites: Basic DNA, Advanced DNA

Register for Game of Life

Class dates and location to be determined.

Register for a Game of Life class by choosing your preferred payment option in the drop-down menu to the right. You may pay a deposit to hold your spot and pay the remainder before the first day of class, or you may pay the full tuition online now via PayPal. (It is not necessary to have a PayPal account to pay, only a major credit card.)

Early Bird Special: Register EARLY and Save $44!

Register for class 2 weeks prior and get 10% OFF your tuition! That’s $44 to keep in your pocket! Here’s how you do it:

In the payment options, choose the Early Bird Deposit ($100) 2 weeks BEFORE class and click Pay Now. When choosing the Early Bird Deposit option, $400 will be due before the first day of class. To pay the balance, choose the second payment option “Early Bird Balance: $400”. You may also pay in full the Early Bird tuition and save $44!

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Refund Policy

Registration is considered a commitment and deposits/tuition payments are non-refundable, but may be used toward other classes or sessions.