Hi, I’m Klyne.

My zone of genius is in creating a safe, nurturing space for you to explore who you truly are, what you desire from life and how you can go about creating it in the most holistic and joyful way possible.

I am a fully qualified Qoya teacher, a Desire Map facilitator and I work with essential oils and bush flower essences. I also have a Diploma of Counselling from the Australian College of Applied Psychology and I’ve completed several units of study in Touch for Health Kinesiology.

I have crafted my own, unique synthesis of various healing modalities to gain greater access to the Divine Feminine within, as well as arming yourself with the tools to thrive in today’s world. I offer group classes/workshops as well as lush, one-on-one sessions to go even deeper. I am a radical advocate for doing things your way and re-connecting to the wisdom in your body.

When did you take your first Qoya class? April 2nd 2016... It was taught by my dear friend Samar Ocean Wolf Ciprian in Auckland, NZ and the theme was "Sweet Release" (*SWOON*)

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.

What is your favorite song to dance to right now? Anything by Ayla Nereo! Oh and all the heart opening with MØ- Drum <3

What book has inspired you on the path to embodying the feminine? So many! If I have to pick a top 3- The Sophia Code by Kaia Ra, Wild Feminine by Tami Lynn Kent and The Gaia Codex by Sarah Drew.

What would you tell someone who is thinking of taking a Qoya class for the first time?  Well, I would say that if you are reading this page and Qoya has obviously found its way to you somehow, that that could be seen as guidance enough to give it a go! Is there any more worthwhile time spent than connecting to yourself more deeply?