Sandra

About Sandra Lamorgese

Sandra is an author, speaker, and CEO of Attainment Studios, a sex positive business directory website designed to bring together members of the sex-positive community, and for finding solutions for your professional and personal needs. She is an expert in communications, life transformation, authentic living, health, wellness, and intimacy.

Sandra is also an internationally featured Huffington Post blogger, a regular writer for Arianna Huffington’s new health and wellness platform Thrive Global, and among the top 10% of writer on Medium in 2016. She was listed as having the “Coolest Job in NYC” by Thrillist NYC, and her interview and photo shoot with Huffington Post ‘15 Unbelievable Photos Of A 60-Year-Old Dominatrix With Her Client‘ article made the ‘MOST SHARED’, WHAT’S HOT and ‘TRENDING’ lists on The Huffington Post in the United States and Australia.

Her recent book Switch: Time for a Change, is a memoir about how her later profession as a dominatrix ultimately allowed her to change her previously blind adherence to “the rules,” and to enter into a whole different kind of contract with a truer version of herself. Sandra was able to change her thoughts, feelings, and beliefs in order to embrace a passionate and fulfilled life.

LaMorgese holds degrees in communications, holistic nutrition, and metaphysical science, and is in the process of becoming Board Certified in Hypnotherapy at the Neuro-Linguistic Programming Center of New York.

Sandra is also a professionally trained actor who studied method, film, and television at the prestigious Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute, commercial acting at the School for Film & Television, and media presentation training at On Camera . . . and Off, Inc. with Larry Conroy, all in New York City.

You Decide It’s Time For A Change, Then We’ll Do It Together!

How To Seek (and Actually Take) Good Advice

It’s one thing to ask for advice, but it’s a totally different endeavor to take someone’s advice to heart.

When I want to make a change, whether personal or professional, I like to look for a “hero” in whose footsteps I can follow. I do my research (or look around in my own life) to […]

By |November 14th, 2017|blog, Creative|0 Comments

The Secret to Better Health May Be Hiding in Your Poop

Most of us are pretty good at being our own doctors for common conditions. If we feel a scratchy throat or a runny nose, we get ready for a common cold and plan extra time to rest. Or, if you’ve recently taken up a new exercise routine and experience soreness, you know that the […]

By |November 1st, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

At Age 61 My ‘Greys’ Taught Me A Lesson About Accepting Change

Accepting change is often painful. Unfortunately, many people who face personal, social, or professional changes react by attempting to control the situation, digging in their heels and trying, against all odds, to keep the people, places, and things around them from changing at all. Far from stopping change, however, this impulse to control only […]

By |October 17th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

How To Grow The Heart Of A Champion

People tend to shy away from what’s difficult and lean toward what’s easy. That’s not always a bad thing—many easy experiences are fun and relaxing, whether it’s watching a great movie, relaxing on the beach, playing hide-and seek with a baby, or simply taking an afternoon nap. Everyone needs easy things that refresh, rejuvenate, […]

By |September 11th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

3 Steps To Attract The Good Life You Deserve

We all have an energy signature (some might call it a “vibe”) that we put out into the Universe, which correlates to an electrical wave pattern. All energy has a frequency like a radio station, and the energy that we put out attracts other energies that are harmonically compatible with the frequency of our […]

By |August 25th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

For Change, Stop Searching for Answers in All of Your Usual Places

To make changes in your life or to find solutions to problems, you may first need to take a step back in order to see the bigger picture. Everyone has different strategies for making important decisions. Personally, I always try to get a good night’s sleep before making any final calls. Sleeping on decisions […]

By |August 1st, 2017|blog|0 Comments

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