Qoya with Coaches Console
My best friend, Qoya teacher and Coaches Console member, Lindsay McKinnon, will be leading us all collectively in a 45min Qoya movement experience.
You don’t have to know what Qoya is.
You don’t have to have ever done Qoya before.
All it takes is a desire to navigate these current times with authenticity, a desire to be connected to your truth, and a desire to be of service to your family, clients and communities.
Together, we will collectively move all these emotions and feelings through ourselves so we can stand stronger and access our courage to be the brave souls that we are as we lead others through these unprecedented times!
Movement as meditation.
It’s one of my favorite tools and practices… even more so during these times of rapidly moving between so many emotions and feeling so many contrasting things simultaneously.
It helps me to get out of my head and in to my body… moving through fear and connecting to my truth.
I experienced two online Qoya classes this weekend and they were transformative.
Taking myself from Grief to Gratitude… and from Full to Restored…
From Rochelle Schieck (creator of Qoya):
Qoya means Queen in Quechuan (an indigenous language used by shamans in South America). Not an emotionally distant bejeweled figure who holds a position of inherited power, but Queen that translates as “a female manifestation of higher consciousness.”
Qoya is based on a simple principle…
Through movement of our bodies, we remember the essence of who we are.
It’s about moving in a way that feels good… not because it’s “right,” but because it feel honest and true for you in that moment.
I love Qoya as a practice because it expands my capacity to stay present to all of what I’m experiencing.
What are you feeling?
If your body was to express that feeling through movement, what would that look like, be like, feel like?