Amy Tatsumi

Washington, DC & Los Angeles

amy@amytatsumi.com

I am a leader of international Divine Feminine Creatrix retreats. Upcoming Retreats include : Japan, Paris, and Hawaii.
I sherpa women into their creativity, sensuality, and divine femininity.
I am a coach : a coach is doing what you want to be doing, is where you want to be and is your step-by-step guide on how to get there. It's different from therapy.
I am an art therapist with a thriving practice with clients i adore in a magical brownstone brick-and-mortar office, complete with twinkle lights, citrine, and the meanest cup of tea this side of the Mississippi.
I am a Qoya teacher: offering classes and workshops in DC & LA.
I am being trained as a tantric coach.
I am a mother of a 5 year old who is obsessed with drawing hearts, growing fairy gardens for rose baths, wearing pendulum, and sage~ing the house as a morning ritual.
I am a foodie who loves rosewater ice cream as much as her koji chicken.
I am an initiator, integrator and believer in the saying { by oprah } :: opportunity is luck meeting preparation.

I'm offering a series of workshops this fall around the Creatrix in DC & LA. We will use Qoya, tantric breath work, expressive arts, and our community to explore the Divine Feminine experience and connection to the Creatrix.

You can learn more about my classes and workshops at http://www.amytatsumi.com/dcqoya/

When did you take your first Qoya class? Woodstock Retreat (all kinds of magic)

What does it mean for you to teach Qoya?  It is an honor for me to create a sacred space and community for women to dance into their own Divine Feminine and connect with the larger collective, who are becoming and rising. The women who dance with me in DC & LA have found their essences individually and collectively.

What is your favorite song to dance to right now?  HOLD UP : Beyoncé

What book has inspired you on the path to embodying the feminine?  Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estés. I offer Jungian dreamwork and sand play work in my therapy practice, and as a Jungian, Clarissa speaks to the heart of archetypal work for women.

What would you tell someone who is thinking of taking a Qoya class for the first time?  Try a class as an experiment.
If it works for you, you can take all of the magic, aliveness, flow....x.... with you.
If it doesn't, you can go back to the way you felt before class ; )