Get to know the people of Delight Yoga

Stephanie de Rooij

Stephanie began her exploration with yoga in 2004, aged 14. Achieving high goals on a young age, she mainly learned how to connect with the outer world that left her feeling burnt-out. Yoga showed her how to live life that feels good on the inside. Not just looks good on the outside. After her first vipassana in 2013 she committed to sharing the bliss she felt and dove deeper into yoga philosophy: weaving western knowledge together with eastern experience. She is an avid traveller, doing her first teacher training in Goa, India (2015) where she experienced the most pure form of yoga. During her 300H at Yoga Moves in 2017, everything fell into place. She discovered she could make a difference by sharing her knowledge and deep interest for finding balance in busy city life. So whenever you don’t find her at the studio, she will be doing research on, writing about and giving workshops on how to thrive wholeheartedly in urban surroundings.

‘Ego says: once everything falls into place, I find peace. Spirit says: when I find peace, everything will fall into place.’

We believe yoga is for everyone

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All workshops

Academy Open Day | Yoga

With Katiza Satya

07 April 2018

Delight Academy Open Day: An Invitation to the ​Delight Yoga (Pre) Teacher Training Have you been practicing yoga regularly and feel ready to explore the yoga path more deeply? Join our program director Katiza Satya on​ ​​7th April for an introduction to the wisdom teachings of yoga



Astanga Yoga Weekend

With David Swenson

Starting on 13 April 2018

We are very happy to welcome internationally renowned Astanga Yoga Teacher David Swenson for a week of very special Morning Mysore Practice and a fun filled weekend of workshops and talks in Amsterdam.



Yoga & Mindfulness (50 hours)

With Kristin Vikjord Paternotte

Starting on 09 May 2018

As yoga teachers, we invite our students beyond the realm of asana and physical practice. We invite to an attitude of mindfulness, where kindness, compassion and curiosity is practiced for us to open the gateway to be in the moment, to freedom.