Jennifer Reeve

Evergreen, Colorado

When did you take your first Qoya class?

Qoya found me at a time in my life when I needed to focus on healing. I will never forget all the feelings I experienced in my first Qoya class, and believe me, it was a whole range. But the bottom line is that when I danced Qoya, it was the first time I felt truly and wholly free. All of the outer layers peeled away and I got a glimpse of the Divine me.

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Sydney Zwicker

Denver, Colorado + Worldwide

What does it mean for you to teach Qoya?

Being a Qoya teacher is an honor and sharing Qoya with other women is a blessing I am so grateful for. It means showing up, in a community of women who are present and intentional. I am speechless, time and time again, as I meet other Qoya teachers and Qoya dancers, by their courage and willingness to do the work and share their experience. The Community is the foundation of the sacredness of Qoya.

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