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Sat, Nov 19


Sticks and Stones Farm

Qoya Class and Oracle Card Workshop with Joi Prudhomme

Shine your Light on Creating the Dreams of Your Future!

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Qoya Class and Oracle Card Workshop with Joi Prudhomme
Qoya Class and Oracle Card Workshop with Joi Prudhomme

Time & Location

Nov 19, 2022, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Sticks and Stones Farm, 197 Huntingtown Rd, Newtown, CT 06470, USA

About the event

Qoya is a movement practice for women and those identifying with the feminine to freely express themselves through movement, dance and community. There are no levels or physical criteria in Qoya. Simply, come as you are & leave feeling like more of who you are! For more info, check out:

What to Bring: Wear clothes you can dance in and warm layers in case you want to walk the grounds, take a hike or walk the labyrinth. Bring a water bottle, journal, pen, yoga mat and blanket.

Cost/Register: Space is Limited so please RSVP. Payment of $50 can be sent via Venmo @Joi-Prudhomme to reserve your spot. Fee Includes snacks, refreshments, all materials plus donation to Love Has a Home, Inc.

About Joi: Like many Qoya Teachers will say, Qoya found me. After birthing my beautiful daughter in 2010 I fell into the darkness of undiagnosed postpartum which showed up in the form of anxiety. I was constantly in hypervigilant mode and after seeing multiple doctors and being on medications that numbed my body and soul, I decided to quit it all and find a way to heal myself. Western Medicine and pharmaceuticals robbed me of my natural powers to dream, feel and intuitively know how to trust my own body’s wisdom to heal. In December 2015 my best friend sent me a video interview with Rochelle Schieck explaining the Movement Practice she created called Qoya. It was like being struck by lightning as I watched the video. I immediately found the closest Qoya class (there was only one instructor in my entire state of CT) and signed up! On a cold, dark winter’s night in a cozy Yoga Barn in Redding, CT, I joined a circle of sisters for my first Qoya class. It was magical and healing. I felt parts of my body that I had not felt in years awaken. I knew this was my medicine and I knew that I needed to figure out a way to become a teacher so that I could share this practice with as many women in my community as possible. I hope you will join me so together we can dance and remember our essence as wise, wild and free women.

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