The Love Code merges quantum science with ancient wisdom to create a unique spiritual technology that any one can learn and implement in their lives. The Love Code is a mind and heart expanding show with best-selling authors, quantum scientists, spiritual teachers as well as special guests who will share their healing miracles.

Orlena Wong is a native of Honolulu, Hawaii and graduate of University of Southern California in business. She owns and operates the largest youth hostel in Hawaii for international travelers from around the world. In addition to running 
her business, she is a certified Master Teacher and Tao Calligraphy teacher for the Tao Academy in Hawaii. She is The Co-Director and Spiritual leader for Master Sha Tao Center in Honolulu. Her purpose and passion in life is to make others happier and healthier through simple and effective meditation practices that uplift, rejuvenate and heal the soul heart mind and body. 
Patrick Sambueno. is a Certified Master Teacher of the Tao Academy and one of the leading teachers at Master Sha Tao Center in Honolulu, Hawaii.   He is also the Co-Director and Business Manager of the Center and has held this role since 2017. His path as a Tao practitioner began in 2011 and he has used the teachings and practices set forth by Master Sha to enhance all aspects of his life. He has now dedicated his life to teaching others how they can incorporate this knowledge and practical techniques to embody the essence of overall health and happiness.

The Transformational Power of Sound and Music with Flicka Rahn M.M.ED., MSC

Flicka Rahn is an internationally known vocal performer, author, teacher and published composer. She served on the music faculty at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi for 22 years in addition to Brandeis University in Boston, and the Boston Conservatory of Music. As a professional soprano she has appeared with the Boston Lyric Opera, Boston Philharmonic, New York Wagner Society, Minnesota Grand Opera, San Antonio Opera and the Sinfonia de Queretaro, Mexico. She has traveled throughout Mexico with notable Mexican artists presenting Uniting Nations through Music. In addition to her active professional career, she is a sound therapist at the Integrative Healing Institute in Texas and workshop shop facilitator for the Transformational Power of Sound Workshops. Her art songs for soprano and piano have been published in the Southern Music series, Art Songs by American Women Composers. Her recently published book is The Transformational Power of Sound and Music:A Handbook for Sounds Healer and Musicians .

Dr. Nick Trout is a staff surgeon at the prestigious Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston.  He’s also the author of five books, including the New York Times bestselling memoir, Tell Me Where It Hurts. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife, Kathy, and their adopted Labradoodle, Thai.
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