Dulcie Batt

Poole, United Kingdom

What does it mean for you to teach Qoya?

Come with an open heart and prepare to be delighted - mind, body, heart and soul. There is no other class like it and it must be experienced to be believed. Join the many women who have seen the light and are incorporating Qoya as an uplifting and inspiring part of their self-care routine!

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Meghan Field

Rowlands Castle, Hampshire + Locations throughout the UK

What would you tell someone who is thinking of taking Qoya class for the first time? 

The hardest part of a movement class is often just showing up. Come to a Qoya class with an open heart and give it a go. It might just change your life.

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Sonja Lockyer

Dorset, England

What would you tell someone who is thinking of taking Qoya class for the first time? 

If you love kitchen dancing, yoga, and truth you can't go wrong. It's your ticket to remembering your own magic.

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Vikki Smisek

Bournemouth, Dorset, England

What would you tell someone who is thinking of taking Qoya class for the first time? 

Come with an open mind, be prepared to be surprised and understand that it's a process, a process that can lead you back to your truth.

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Ellie Taylor

Dorset, England

What would you tell someone who is thinking of taking Qoya class for the first time? 

Come as yourself and leave feeling more of yourself.

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Kate Taylor

Worthing, United Kingdom

What does it mean for you to teach Qoya?

You've felt the calling. Trust your instincts and try it. If you're feeling conscious about moving your body in front of people, take it at your own pace. It will pass as you remember the joy of what it feels to move in the way your body desires to move. Even if you feel that all you can muster is to tap a foot, then come and tap a foot!

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Marisa Whitty

Poole/Wareham, Dorset

What does it mean for you to teach Qoya?

To share Qoya with other women is a humbling experience and a great privilege. I love gently guiding people through the class, inviting them to drop out of the head, where we spend so much of our time, and into the body, to feel into and remember their true essence. I love that each Qoya class is a completely new experience, depending upon the theme of the class, our experiences that particular week/day/hour and the music that we move to. I love to create a sacred and safe space for women to trust themselves and drop into their own unique experience.

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