Qoya: Mother Energy
The mother archetype reminds us that we are all children of the Universe, fully worthy of unconditional love. When we truly honor this love by accepting it and giving it freely, we increase the flow of love energy in the collective. What could be more needed at this time? Let’s celebrate Mothers’ Day by dancing our relationship to unconditional love and mother energy in its many forms.
Qoya is based on the simple idea that through movement, we remember. We remember our essence as women is wise, wild and free. We reclaim our capacity to access our inner wisdom, express ourselves authentically, and practice being true to ourselves in the midst of life’s blessings and challenges.
The very best thing about Qoya is that there is no way to do it wrong, and the way you know you are doing it right is that it feels right to you!
Come experience movement as medicine and as a connector. Donation-based offering– pay what you can. If you need the class to be free at this time, I am more than willing to pay it forward. Please contact me directly.
Donation offering: Suggested $15 or pay what you can
Three of my girlfriends and I road-tripped to Santa Fe a couple of weekends ago, and I brought back something unexpected–a truer version of myself. The desert-y landscape of New Mexico has always felt healing. Although Santa Fe is technically not high desert (it’s semi-arid steppe) there is an openness to the land and sky there that seduces me. It feels vast and vulnerable at the same time, like a dancing woman slowly removing her clothing. Like the truth. Our truth-telling began before we left Colorado. At a lunch stop in Pueblo, for some reason we got into a conversation