Hello lovely human, and welcome to my online happy space.

A few years ago, I was a walking (sitting) cliché. Sitting in my office behind my laptop, in my corporate desk job, I would dream about “one day”… One day, when I would travel the world and do what I absolutely love.

After I graduated from Stellenbosch University in 2009, I spent a large part of my twenties in the corporate world, working for the largest retailer in Africa. The environment and the company were certainly NOT for the faint hearted. In hindsight, it was an experience I learnt so much, and I am seriously grateful for it.

It taught me patience, assertiveness and resilience.

Growing up, I spent many, many weekends and school holidays working in my Dad’s business. So I feel that it’s safe to say I have a good understanding of basic business fundamentals. Combining those lessons with my corporate experience, starting my own business this year was a really natural progression of my growth, career-wise and personally. It has been an exciting and interesting adventure, to say the least!

As I reflect back on my journey over the last year, I’ve realised that The Mindful Movement is so much more than a business and brand name to me. And I am not just “ another yoga teacher”.

Originally, I used the phrase “mindful movement” to describe my own yoga practise.
Then, to describe my style of teaching.
And finally, it has morphed organically into a concept so much greater than I ever could have imagined. All of my life experiences amalgamated into one beautiful movement.
The Mindful Movement.

The Mindful Movement was born out of my belief that everyone can benefit from the beautiful practice that is yoga. It is a concept that encourages people from all walks of life to be a part of a revolution that encourages change and healing. Together we can spread love and kindness throughout the world. Together, we can be kinder to ourselves. This is what The Mindful Movement is all about.

Yoga is starting to touch all corners of the globe, and it excites me to know that there is such a big demand for private yoga classes along Durban’s beautiful North Coast, as well as on an island in Greece. But ultimately for me, The Mindful Movement goes much deeper than that. A portion of all proceeds from private yoga sessions and larger yoga events are put into The Mindful Movement Project, which facilitates free yoga and mindfulness classes for impoverished communities. I collaborate with as many charities, schools and foundations as possible, to host yoga or mindfulness sessions, and in doing so, encouraging the youth of South Africa to be apart of the change and healing we so desperately need.

If you are reading this and know of any schools, charities or corporates that are open minded and hearted, and would like to get involved, please get in touch with me!

To each and every soul who has taught me and trusted me, I thank you. It is because of YOU that The Mindful Movement is possible. Keep an eye out as I continue to share my love and experiences of EVERYTHING yoga, travel, conscious and charitable work.

If you’d like to learn more about my personal story, read it here.




  1. Andrew Risner on December 5, 2017 at 10:45 am

    Wishing you every success with your new venture. I have no doubt that you will be successful. You wak the talk and embody all that you teach.

    • tasia.dellis on December 5, 2017 at 6:20 pm

      Thank you so much Andrew! I genuinly appreciate that x

  2. Marc on December 8, 2017 at 3:10 pm

    I’m a little bit lost for words – this site, your story, what you want to do is really beautiful. TMM is going to make a positive impact in the world.

    • tasia.dellis on December 15, 2017 at 12:56 pm

      Means the world to me Marc, thank you for being apart of it all x

  3. Sally Kay on December 8, 2017 at 7:36 pm

    Great to see you following your passion! I wish you all the very best for the future x

    • tasia.dellis on December 15, 2017 at 12:55 pm

      Thank you so much Sally. That really does means so much to me! x

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