Get to know the people of Delight Yoga
Roland Jan van Mulligen & Inge Peters
About Roland Jan
For over 15 years Rolandjan dived deeply into various Yoga systems, like Anusara, Kundalini, Yin and Iyengar yoga, while also studying and practicing several massage treatments such as ThaiYoga/ assisted Yin massage, Shiatsu on-site massage and Fascia therapy.
As he moved in life he met many profound teachers on his way, each of them able to help him deepen his understanding of yoga and meditation, before finally arriving on the path of Advaita Vedanta, the teachings of non-duality.
Today, Rolandjan both practices and teaches Yoga as a way to move into self-inquiry; a means to dive deeply within ourselves and explore who or what we truly are. His invitation is to come to discover our true Self beyond all cultural and personal conditioning, or any limiting belief and idea. To know experientially that you are yourself the timeless source of real peace, joy and true Love.
Rolandjan is also offering one on one sessions called 'guidance into Presence'.
In each session there is room to share what seems to block you from feeling content, joyous and peaceful. With the help of meditation, self-inquiry, and simple exercises Rolandjan will assist you in focussing the attention from a limited personal state of mind into our natural state of peaceful presence. Feeling home and happy again within yourself.
Read more about Rolandjan his private sessions here.
Inge Peters started practicing meditation in her early twenties. While being a film student, she was looking for more peace of mind and for ‘Truth’, which led her to meditation. She studied at Brahma Kumaris, Rigpa (Sogyal Rinpoche) and practiced Vipassana meditation.
In 2000 Inge met her first yoga teacher Katiza Satya Ivulic, who invited her to the yoga class and the yoga journey began. Just a few years later Inge enrolled in a teacher training with Katiza and Hilary Brown, to deepen her understanding of the yoga practice and philosophy. It wasn’t until a second training in 2005 that she felt ready to teach. Right from the beginning of her yoga journey Inge developed a very strong self practice. She believes true knowing and understanding comes from experience and self-inquiry. For long, her main focus was (Ashtanga) Vinyasa Yoga, but she also studied other variations.
In 2009 Inge got an accident that prevented her from practicing any kind of strong physical Yoga. That’s when she discovered Yin Yoga (and restorative yoga), which helped her heal. It felt she rediscovered yoga and it’s philosophy on a whole new level. In 2012 Inge was fully recovered and started teaching yoga full time. By teaching Yinyoga she found her voice, it gives her the opportunity to slow down and dive deeper. She loves to tell stories, using Buddhist teachings and life experience to take students with her on a journey inward. Currently, Inge teaches Yin Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga and Yin Yang. The intention is all the same: connecting with your true self.
Besides teaching Inge gives Ayurvedic Yoga Massages. At the moment she studies Yogatherapy (Svastha).