A traditional Mexika healer, Aztekoyotl began dancing in utero and has been integrated into the path of spirit ever since. Of P’urhépecha and Hñähñu decent, Aztekoyotl was born in the Tenochtitlan, the ancient Aztek city, where he developed his love for sacred symbolism, Mexika culture, and Aztek dance.
Aztekoyotl’s love of the Great Spirit has taken him to four continents where he has represented his culture for unity and prayer via Mexika and Sun Dance. He has represented his culture on panels with other Indigenous Global leaders where he speaks to the common thread of humanity throughout our nations.
In addition to his traditional upbringing, Aztekoyotl simultaneously followed a traditional academic career. He holds Masters degrees in Engineering and Education, and a Ph.D. in Education. His dissertation focused on the Pre-Hispanic era and how important the roles of community are in the formation of a healthy society. He loves sharing the connection between science, the Great Mystery, and our ancestors’ teachings from beyond.
A Sundancer, Pipe Carrier, and Lodge Keeper, when he’s not dancing, Aztekoyotl lives in Teotihuacán, Mexico with his young family, where they walk a shared path full of love and joy. Upon meeting Aztekoyotl you will be struck by his contagious smile and his welcoming presence.
The name Zoë in ancient Greek means “Life. When you meet her, you will feel her love and gratitude for life through her laughter and presence and find her well-named.
A graduate of the Rhodes Wellness College and Ryerson University, Zoë carries with her a passion for developing children and youth to their highest purpose. She strives to live a life of conscious communication, compassion, and creativity.
Zoë is deeply involved with indigenous communities in Turtle Island in North and South America. She is a writer, entrepreneur, and a fabulous cook.