Bree Cowell

Australia and Bali

What does it mean for you to teach Qoya?

When I think about teaching Qoya, my body lights up with goosebumps and I just feel alive! I grew up a dancer, yogi and personal trainer, studied holistic counseling and many energy healing modalities in search to find ‘that’ remedy where I could combine this delicious fusion together to be of service to the world. This has been my life’s dedication and sacred work to meet with Qoya and help lift up the vibration of love on this planet through dance movement.

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Hinetera Marino

Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia

What does it mean for you to teach Qoya?

I feel so much resonance with this sacred work. I'm on my knees with gratitude to be able to share the infinite gifts Qoya has given me and continues to bestow.

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Jill Lacina

Australia & Worldwide

What would you tell someone who is thinking of taking a Qoya class for the first time?

If it piques your curiosity - even slightly - give it a try. Qoya is the key to the hidden door of your soul. It's like coming home to yourself in a deep and joyful way.

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Klyne Wynn

Melbourne, Australia

What does it mean for you to teach Qoya?

The only way I can really describe it is RELIEF! It's as though I'd spent all the years up until now seeking something I could never quite put my finger on... That first moment I sat in a circle and drew an oracle card, got raw & vulnerable then joyful only minutes later, I just breathed a huge sigh of relief. I'd found it. Since then my life has just gotten more and more magical, so much richer and fuller. As I go deeper into my own practice and share the wisdom of Qoya with other women, it honestly feels like something I was born to do and the bliss and clarity of it all nourishes me on so many levels. To hold a space where a woman can find that sense of Home within her own body is such a privilege and honour.

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Nicola Belcher

Melbourne, Australia

What would you tell someone who is thinking of taking a Qoya class for the first time?

I would tell them you have nothing to lose - AND a whole lot of joy to find!

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Samantha Richardson

Tasmania, Australia

What would you tell someone who is thinking of taking a Qoya class for the first time? 

It could be the most empowering thing you have ever done for yourself. Throw caution into the wind and go for it!

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Suz Mendoza

Gold Coast - Hong Kong - Sydney

What would you tell someone who is thinking of taking Qoya class for the first time? 

Trust yourself. Follow the call. Be open. Play. Have fun! Let go, be yourself, feel your fullness. Feel acknowledged, appreciated and loved exactly how you are where you are. Your life will bloom in crystalline clarity, presence, happiness and sacred juiciness with our Qoya family. 

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