January 11 Qoya and Potluck After Party

Qoya: Manifest • Friday, January 11 • 5-6:30 p.m. • Potluck After Party to follow • Studio B Evergreen

Qoya is now offered monthly at Studio B. Please note the new day & time!

Qoya: Manifest
Friday, January 11 • 5-6:30 p.m.
Followed by Potluck After Party
Studio B Evergreen

YOU are powerful enough to manifest what you desire for 2019. What would your life look like if you believed this was possible for you? What would it feel like in your body? Explore your relationship to manifestation through the wisdom of your body at Qoya, Friday January 11, 5-6:30 p.m. at Studio B Evergreen.

Qoya (qoya.love) is based on the idea that through movement we remember. We remember our essence as wise, wild and free. We also remember those things that go beyond words–when life transcends going through the motions and expands into the sacred.

Qoya also offers an opportunity to connect in a supportive circle. This class is open to anyone who wants to support their feminine energy.  There is no way to do it wrong!

After class, we’ll gather around food and drink and keep the conversation going! I will supply wine and non-alcoholic beverages. Please bring a snack to share.

It is very helpful for me to know how many are attending. Please pre-register using the link below or email me directly.

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Jennifer Reeve

Jennifer works as a healing guide by teaching Qoya and yoga, facilitating moon circles and providing energy healings and readings. Her aim is to help people connect with their Divine essence through movement, meditation and time in nature. Her work is guided by the belief that the feminine voice, power and magic are needed on earth now more than ever before!

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