Prerequisites: Intro to Qoya Online Training
What you'll get: tuition to both a live Initiation Training and our online support resources, including 11 online Qoya classes
What you'll do:
-attend a live training in person
-take 11 Qoya class either online or in person
If you wish to continue and become eligible for the Qoya Intensive, you will also:
-teach 11 Qoya classes to friends and family
-submit evaluation forms for 3 of your practice classes
You can attend Initiation training if you do not wish to complete the Intensive, but simply wish to deepen your home practice. However, in our experience, the best way to establish a strong home practice is by teaching classes to others, so we encourage you to teach the 11 practice classes even if you don't plan on attending an Intensive.
What you'll learn: Through the 11-hour live training with accompanying online course, you will learn basic teaching methods as laid out in the Qoya Teachers Manual, practice what you’ve learned by teaching to friends and family, and most importantly, deepen your understanding of Qoya through hands-on experience.
Who you're certified to teach: Friends and Family for free
Where it's available: You can complete the live portion of the Initiation training at an in-person training or online.
UPCOMING LIVE TRAININGS
October 27 - 28, 2018: Auckland, New Zealand with Samar Ocean Wolf Ciprian
October 28 - 29, 2018: Kingston, New York with Rochelle Schieck
November 14 - 22, 2018: Online Initiation in French with Claire Garin
February 1 - 3, 2019: Sacramento, California with Kaci Florez
February 8 - 10: New South Wales, Australia with Jill Lacina
February 9 - 10, 2019: Paris, France Initiation with Claire Garin
March 23 - 24, 2019: Studland, England with Sonja Lockyer
March 23 - 30, 2019: Collective Retreat in Costa Rica with Collective Teachers
Cost: $600, plus travel, accommodation, and retreat tuition (if held at a Qoya retreat)
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