Astrid's love for yoga started many years ago, during her first yoga class at Delight Yoga Weteringschans. The introduction to yoga felt like a gift, providing the balance in life she was looking for.
During her university years, Claire always sensed that there was something more to life. After getting her law degree she traveled for 2 years, living in Rome and exploring 13 countries in Asia in search for the elusive thing she felt was missing.
From studying fashion design, having the ‘hamster wheel office job’, then cycling from Amsterdam to Sri Lanka the only thing Djinn could always go back to is Yoga. Now she knows Yoga is her home base.
A children’s workshop yoga, that’s where it all started. At the age of 13 Ellemiek attended a yogaclass where she did her first asana’s and learned the colors of the seven chakras. Even though she didn’t realize what she was actually doing at the moment she knew she found a feeling of peace and joy.
Gratitude, every day again to have found my rest and myself in a state of being through yoga. While I was graduating I allowed myself, once a week, to reconnect with this feeling of being. Yoga planted the seed and by allowing this seed to grow, great things started to develop in my life.
Coming from a spiritual background, with her mother being a Tai Chi instructor and her stepfather a Reiki master, yoga was quite the logical path to follow. But it took a while for her to discover this.
Changed the game, that is what she did. Jody started to choose differently in all walks of life. Early June this year finding herself realizing after another black out it is time, time for a whole new and different approach. Something inside of her has shifted that specific moment for good.
Born in South-Korea, raised in Amsterdam. From a young age she felt a sense of wonder about the human experience in this curious place called “earth”. She studied social sciences and travelled the globe, but it was wisdom in yoga that helped her to make sense of life.
Laura took her first yoga class ever at Delight and this changed her whole experience with yoga and therefore with herself. “Wow this is challenging, it gives me joy and it’s so satisfying!” is what she thought.
Liza has been working in the corporate field, but always felt a bit restless and unfulfilled in the life she was actually living. After going through a very difficult time, she had the feeling that there was more to life and started to deepen her own yoga practice.
Malou got inspired by minimalism during her studies at Art school. She found its values not only in the artistic aspects, but above all woven into the fundamental lessons of life.
Manda's relationship with movement begin at the age of three... She used ballet and modern dance as a way to experiment and express herself as she traveled through her youth.
Marlot was born as youngest of three in Den Bosch in 1990. Ever since she can remember she followed her intuition. This made her quit her job as a production manager in Fashion, and led her to exploring the world of the Veda and Yoga in India.
On the brink of turning 25, Olga started to experience a lot of loneliness. This made her confused: she had lots of friends and family, so why did she feel so alone in this world? Looking for answers on an academic level gave her some insight. But the feeling of being alone didn’t exactly change...
Meeting deadlines, working long hours and constantly pitching new ideas. As much as Ratna loved her challenging job as a marketing manager, she realized putting her work ahead of everything else wasn’t going to make her happy eventually. To boost her energy and find serenity she started doing yoga.
When Rosa was 20 years old she attended her first yoga class, which put her whole life in a new perspective. During her studies in psychology she felt chronically stressed, unfulfilled and confused about the path she had chosen. Her first steps on the spiritual path offered her a newfound desire to spread the principles and practice of yoga in the world.
Who am I? At a young age Royce knew his heart wish was to serve all beings. Struggling with how to implement this in every day life, he found that to truly help others, he first needed to listen to his own heart. Through experience Royce learned how easy it is to outrun yourself and ended up in a burnout in 2010.
In yoga, Saga Norrby found a way to ease her mind into its proper place. While thoughts are useful to her in her philosophy studies, they also have a tendency to tie themselves into messy knots. On her mat, Saga unties those knots, by anchoring herself in her body and the now.