JULY 2 Speakers

Emma and Rick Ferguson  



Emma Ferguson’s initial background was as a nurse. She felt guided to leave the medical model of health and totally focus on the Holistic way to health, happiness and well-being.


Emma has over 30 years of experience in the Holistic field as a Reiki Master, Joray Practitioner and Teacher and Life Coach. Her focus has always been on empowering individuals to embrace their greatest potentials for their lives and the most practical ways to achieve this.

A number of years ago, she began to step up her activities in order to be of service to others. This led her to discover Laughter Yoga and she began to utilize some of the techniques with those that she served. Eventually she sought the formal training as a Laughter Yoga Leader with the International Laughter Yoga University. Shortly after this she then took the next step to be able to train others to be Laughter Yoga Leaders by becoming a Teacher/Trainer with the International Laughter Yoga University. This five day training was done with Dr. Madan Kataria, the originator of Laughter Yoga.

Emma has a very beautiful way of connecting with others that inspires them to open up and take the needed actions leading them towards the highest possibilities for their Body, Mind and Spirit.


Rick is a naturally gifted teacher and speaker. His professional training is in Education, receiving a B.S. in Chemistry and M.S. in Science Education. In 1982 he retired from teaching to pursue a different path, being of service to others through a Holistic approach to life.


Over the past 30 years he has taught and a practiced Usui Reiki Master, Joray Practitioner and subtle energy researcher. He is fascinated by the role that memory plays in the healing process, working regularly with clients to release stored trauma and stress in their bodies. This has led him to learn and apply the principles of Ho’ Opono Pono: the ancient Hawaiian practice/art of self-forgiveness.

In addition to all this, Rick has been helping his wife, Emma, as a Laughter Yoga Leader. For learning to laugh for ‘no reason at all’ can bring about profound shifts in consciousness and health.


  • Starseed Fairytales
  • Numeronics
  • Hebrew Codes of the Arkangel Project
  • Clacking/Dowsing for Martians
PROGRAM begins at 7:00 pm on the second floor of the
Georgetown Public Library.

8 thoughts on “Home

  1. Sid Frost

    1. In the current newsletter, near the beginning, is a link to sgwl.org that goes to some foreign website.
    2. Could you add my website in the members list?


  2. Webmistress

    I fixed the errors in the newsletter, passed the information on to The Gabriel Writer editor and added your website to the members websites list. Thanks for letting me know about these issues.

  3. Sid Frost

    Oops. You fixed the displayed link, but didn’t change the link to part. You can test it by linking on each one. I did a refresh of my browser and still got the wrong links. These math problems are harder than they should be. This one is okay seven x — = 7, but the last one was — x 8 = 24. I had to count on my fingers.

  4. Florence Gould

    I would like to have a contact at the SGWL to receive publicity about the Hill Country Authors Series speakers. Our next speaker is Chris Tomlinson, author of Tomlinson Hill. He will be speaking at the Library on Feb. 20 at 2:00 p.m. I’d like to send you a press release, poster, etc., to have for your Feb. meeting.

    Florence Gould
    Friends of the Georgetown Public Library

  5. Sid Frost

    I apologize for not getting back to you sooner. Please feel free to send the information to me:

    Sid Frost
    Secretary, SGWL

    I will present what you sent above.

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