Qoya is Movement Medicine
Join Qoya teachers Lyndsey Azlynne and Virginia Rosenberg in Asheville, North Carolina to take the second step in Qoya teacher training: the Initiation. After you take our Intro to Qoya online training to get a foundation of what Qoya is and how to do it, the next step is Initiation training in which you break down the nuts and bolts of teaching and get a deeper understanding of the philosophies underlying each pillar of a Qoya class.
Prerequisites: Intro to Qoya Online Training
What you'll get: tuition includes the live Initiation Training, one group follow-up call with your teachers, and our online Initiation Training supplement, which includes 11 video and audio Qoya classes
To complete the full Initiation requirement to be eligible for the Intensive*, you will:
-attend this live training in person
-take 11 Qoya class either online or in person
-teach 11 Qoya practice classes to friends and family
-submit review forms for 3 classes
*You can also attend Initiation training if you do not wish to complete the Intensive, but simply wish to deepen your home practice.
What you'll learn: Through the 11-hour live training with accompanying online course, you will learn teaching methods, practice what you’ve learned by teaching to friends and family, and most importantly, deepen your understanding of Qoya through your own experience.
Who you're certified to teach: Friends and Family for free
May 26th from 10am - 6pm
May 27th from 10am - 6pm
The Embodiment Center in Asheville, North Carolina.
(Does not include meals or accommodation. This is a standard rate set by Qoya.)