On Campus Program

QOYA: Embodying Reverence Everyday Lifestyle Practices


With so much transformation in ourselves and in the world, many of us seek ways to honor our most authentic selves and reconnect to body, mind, heart, and soul. Qoya is based on the idea that, through movement, you remember your true essence: wise, wild, and free. Through ritual, community, and pilgrimage, Qoya empowers you to trust your inner wisdom and feel an embodied resonance of truth.

This September, join Qoya creator Rochelle Schieck and explore

  • Daily Qoya classes that combine yoga, dance, and other forms of movement
  • How to strengthen your connection to community through group sharing
  • Ways to live—and be inspired by—LORE, creating a lifestyle of reverence everyday
  • The energy that connects us to the earth, nature, spirit and to each other
  • Self-care and gratitude practices to nurture your soul.

You are invited to gather together in community in times of accelerated personal and social change to reimagine what it is like to live a lifestyle of reverence everyday. There is no right or wrong way to do Qoya. If it feels right in your body, you’re doing it right. Come notice, honor, and express how you feel, and give yourself the gift of time to deeply nourish your highest self.

Recommended reading Rochelle Schieck, Qoya: A Compass for Navigating an Embodied Life that is Wise, Wild and Free

Note Bring clothing you feel comfortable moving in and shoes for walking outdoors.

Note This program is for women, people who identify as women, or non-binary people.

Included in Your Stay

Daily Yoga Classes

3 All-Natural Meals Access to the Kripalu Grounds

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Suitable For
Women Only
Program Theme
All Self-Discovery


Rochelle Schieck, creator of Qoya, a movement system that explores the essence of the feminine, is author of Qoya: A Compass for Navigating an Embodied Life that Is Wise, Wild and Free.

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