Susan Anderson

Austin, TX

What does it mean for you to teach Qoya?

To me, Qoya has become a necessity as a way to infuse my spirit with happiness. Gathering together as women to create a sacred circle that forms the container where we practice yoga, dance, and sensual movement with the intention to do what feels good is an amazing medicine. 

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Linda Katz

Austin, TX

What does it mean for you to teach Qoya?

To teach Qoya means that I get to share a piece of my heart and soul with every woman who walks into that class. Seriously, it brings me SO MUCH JOY. I love the movement, the smiling faces that walk out of class, the tears, the laughter, the music, the connection. It truly is an honor for me to be able to bring this practice, which has been so monumental in my own life, to more women.

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Mia E. Pem

Austin, TX

What does it mean for you to teach Qoya? 

Teaching Qoya is a delightful way for me to return to the sacred through movement and to offer a place where women can come home to themselves, their own wisdom, sensuality and ecstatic nature.

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