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Heather Premac


Mom, Grandma, Humanitarian, Sensual Pole Dancing Teacher, Health Coach, Tantra Coach

When did you take your first Qoya class? I took my first Qoya class 2 years ago at a weekend retreat at a magical place called the Sky House in San Luis Obispo. I fell in love with Qoya and immediately signed up for teacher training.

What does it mean for you to teach QoyaI am honored to teach Qoya and share it with as many women as I possibly can. Helping women remember truth in their feminine body and unlocking the door to living a more embodied life is my passion.

What is your favorite song to dance to right now? Hmmmmm do I have to pick just one song ??!! I love music. Music moves my body mind and soul. Currently I am loving dancing to Bird Set Free by Sia.

What book has inspired you on the path to embodying the feminine? I love love love and highly recommend a fabulous book about embodying the feminine by none other than Rochelle Schieck, creator of Qoya. Her book is titled Qoya, a Compass for Navigating an Embodied Life that is Wise, Wild and Free!

What would you tell someone who is thinking of taking a Qoya class for the first time? Don't think about it. Feel into it. When you read about Qoya or listen to a friend describe embodied feminine movement, how does your body feel? Resistance may surface to trying something new. Especially when we are so used to living and being a certain way as a woman that perhaps has felt even somewhat comfortable up to this point. But there is no room for growth or expansion in being comfortable. Trust that if you feel even the slightest bit of a pull to Qoya, that is your feminine light calling you forward. Follow this sensation. Be willing and open. No expectations. No judgement. Trust that the body doesn't lie. We can make excuses all day long to talk ourselves out of trying something new. I say Go For It. Dance with us. You are Wise Wild and Free.