Victoria Diaz Miron
Mexico City, Mexico
I teach the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 8pm at the Anahd Holistic Center in Mexico City. Click here for more information.
I listened to my call very young and started moving towards it in the ways I was able to. But it wasn't until I met Qoya that I was able to have clear vision of my life and truly listened to the whispers of life.
I found Qoya on a retreat with Kitty Cavalier and absolutely fell in love with it. In my country, there was no Qoya, so the movement free videos on the website kept me dancing and remembering until I was ready to become a Qoya teacher.
It took me 2 years since my first class to say fully YEAS to my Qoya calling, and now, a year later, I cannot put into words how much it has helped me become more ME. And by becoming more me, I've created what I was always destined for.
I now work with women helping them to remember their feminine essence, the power of our cycle and our intuitive powers with Qoya, Womb blessings and psychotherapy. I also accompany people through psychotherapy to reclaim their body by feeling and embodying whatever is happening.
I now am more in tune with myself than ever and sharing my life's work with love and devotion. Qoya is not the only thing in my life, but no doubt, is one of the big things in it.
When did you take your first Qoya class? At a retreat with Kitty Cavalier in Sayulita, Mexico in 2016.
What does it mean for you to teach Qoya? It means to accompany women in their journey of remembrance. To inspire them to shed whatever needs shedding for them to re-access their inner self and remember the amazing and divine power of being themselves.
What is your favorite song to dance to right now? “The Chain” by Fleetwood Mac; “You are the Best Thing” by Ray Lamontagne;
”Any Song” by Fia; “Voice of my Womb” by Marya Strak
What book has inspired you on the path to embodying the feminine? The Awakening of the Female Energies by Miranda Gray; Women who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes; Womens´s Bodies, Women's Wisdom by Christiane Northrup; Womancode by Alissa Vitti; Qoya: A Compass for Navigating an Embodied Life that is Wise, Wild and Free by Rochelle Schieck
What would you tell someone who is thinking of taking a Qoya class for the first time? Go for it! Qoya is a mini fun therapy in which you don't have to talk for the whole hour! You just have to move, and EVERYTHING is allowed as long as it feels true to you.