Your Inner Journey
We hope to inspire you on the path of love and light
Your Inner Journey
Yoga can be a nice way to gain strength and flexibility or heal injuries. Often we start for these reasons, but at some point we notice it’s not only about that.
More things happen!
We are more aware of our body, we develop a preference for healthy and pure food, we experience clarity and may even find our deeper purpose. All by getting yourself on your mat.
Delight Yoga is about that. About guiding you in your journey within. We dedicate each month to a theme, which we contemplate more, we offer a diversity of yoga styles - including Astanga Mysore - Satsangs where we gather to speak about life questions, and offer five meditation styles.
We hope to inspire you on the path of love and light.
Would you like some personal guidance? Book a one-on-one session with a teacher.
Whether you are a beginner, new at Delight or looking for advice to reach your goals or overcoming a particular issue, we gladly help you find your way by composing an individual program especially for you. Book a guidance here.
Introduction to Yoga Program
With Daphne Luttger
28 September 2019
New to Yoga? This Introduction to Yoga Program is the perfect way to begin (or reawaken) your yoga practice! We offer you a 2-hours’ introduction session and 5 beginners’ classes (within 30 days of your intro) for only 60 euro.
Ayurvedic Nutrition Course
With Liese van Dam
Starting on 20 September 2019
This Ayurvedic nutrition course is for those who want to know what Ayurvedic nutrition can mean for them in a modern Western life. Going deeply into the basics of classical Ayurvedic nutrition, this course translates ancient knowledge into whatever is needed here and now in the West.
Astanga Sadhana: A Practitioners' Program
With Claudia Pradella & Eva Ugolini
Starting on 21 September 2019
A practitioners’ program Exploring the depths of your yoga practice, according to the eight limbs of Astanga Yoga. This year long program is for the dedicated Astanga Yoga practitioners, already familiar with the traditional mysore-style of self practice and ready to expand the context of their yoga sadhana – spiritual practice.