Yoga & Meditation

Corona Care Package Update

With most of us stuck at home during the Corona pandemic, we thought it was high time to get online and breathe some relaxation, positive energy and enthusiasm into people’s living rooms. 🌸 Some of our regular weekly yoga & meditation trainers (all students, staff, and alumni volunteers!) have been working on the following Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/skycampusnetherlands/.

Through this page we will continue our weekly stress buster Fridays, now also on Mondays, by hosting live yoga and meditation sessions to go within or just help take your mind to other things for a moment. 🧘‍♂️

Sessions will start at 12.30 and will take around 40 minutes.
Follow the Instagram page to get updated about the sessions and let’s ‘meet’ and meditate together. Join Sky & SG!


Weekly yoga/meditation sessions @TULibrary, by and for students and staff. Sign up for the mailing list through Studium Generale’s email address – sg@tudelft.nl

The people of the TU Delft community, like everyone else, are human beings with worries, doubts, and emotions. But there are those on campus who have excellent skills in dealing with these issues, and they are offering through SG to share those skills with everyone. So if you’re looking for a way to effectively approach your mind and your mental states, consider trying a yoga/meditation session. SG facilitates a weekly lunch session, 12:30-1:30pm, with yoga stretches, breathing techniques, and a guided meditation led by experienced students. There is also time for questions at the end. These sessions are completely free for students, staff, and visitors.

Since the dates and locations aren’t fixed, we have a mailing list to send a weekly update on the upcoming sessions. You don’t have to sign up for the sessions, but it can be helpful for your planning to sign up for the mailing list.

Trainers so far have included Aditya Kamalapurkar, recent graduate of TPM; Rajat Bharadwaj, PhD student at Chemical Engineering; Mascha van Oossanen, staff member at Applied Sciences; and Electrical Engineering Masters student Samprajani Rout. Currently, the sessions are led by recent graduate Kim Vollenhoven, who finished Construction Management and Engineering, and Anna Ramolini, Masters student at Aerospace.

Sessions are usually small (8-15 people) with a dynamic mix of different ages, Dutch and internationals, students and staff.

You’re welcome to join!