The Professional Association for Repatterning Practitioners


This association is self-regulated and governed with membership approved by-laws. An executive board of 5-9 members are elected and meet to determine the annual budget, review and set policies, host an annual meeting, appoint committees, oversee the day to day functioning and plan the future direction of the RPA. 

The Mandate

The Association¬ís 501 c 6 status as a trade association, separate from the Resonance Repatterning Institute, was mandated by the IRS. We are granted a tax exempt status because the RPA sets standards for members aimed at protecting and serving the public good. 

As a Trade Association, our mandated roles in the Resonance Repatterning Community are to: 

  • Set standards for certification of our members. 
  • Maintain a registry of certified practitioners in good standing. 
  • Adopt and maintain a code of ethics. 
  • Provide members with continuing education (CEU) opportunities as opposed to the required training provided through approved programs at the Resonance Repatterning Institute. 
  • Evaluate and accredit training programs that can be recommended for the certification requirements of its members (for example, all classes listed at the Institute). 
  • Promote the value of Resonance Repatterning sessions with Certified Practitioners as a means of creating higher coherence, health and well being for individuals and groups. 
  • Create a positive business environment for our trade. 

Requirements and restrictions of our 501 c 6 Trade Association status:

  • Every certified member is equal in terms of dues, benefits and opportunities. 
  • Student practitioners and student memberships are supported on their path towards becoming a certified member. 
  • All members are empowered to participate in the setting of standards and programs per the adopted by-laws. 
  • Governance is by an elected board of directors, which meets monthly. 
  • An Annual Meeting and financial report insures that all RPA business is transparent to its membership. 
  • The work of all members is promoted and no members can be promoted for their personal financial gain, nor directly sell their licensed classes or products. 
  • Operating costs are earned through membership fees and the sale of trainings, events and other support materials to our membership. 
  • An RPA Journal is published and fees are collected for ads. 

The Bylaws

RPA Bylaws (June 2012)

Responsibilities of the RPA Board

Click here for a full description of the responsibilities of the RPA Board. 

Standing and Short Term Committees

The work of the board is delegated to a number of standing committees including the Certifying Board, Membership Committee, and RPA Journal Committee. Click here for a full description of the committees and their responsibilities. 

Short and Long Term Projects

The board leads an annual "Vision" planning day with members to update the workplan and priorities of the board. This helps to identify membership needs and ideas, and plan for future directions of the Association. Continue reading for current Short and Long Term Projects

Annual Meeting

Every year in February, the RPA hosts a year-end meeting known as the annual meeting. This meeting gives transparency to members as the past year's activities are reviewed and financial statements are provided. New nominations to the board are confirmed, new business is considered and RPA volunteers are recognized for their generous involvement.  The annual meeting is free for all members.  Continue here for the next Annual Meeting

Following the Annual meeting, there is a Conference which is optional to members and available for a nominal fee. The Conference features a key note speaker as well as other breakout workshops for members. 


The RPA is a self-regulated organization that depends on the involvement and contributions of its members. Members may volunteer for a position in any of the following areas: RPA Board of Directors, Committee members for Membership, RPA Journal, and Finance. Project volunteers are needed for the World Peace Hologram program, Walking Our Talk, Facebook Group, Facebook Pages, Repatternings Live.

  • All members in good standing with the RPA are welcomed to be nominated to the Board of Directors and various committees of the RPA.
  • The term is 2 years.  

Meet the Current Volunteers
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How to Join the Board of Directors  or a Committee

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