Our mission: empowering humans in organizations!

We put people at the center of everything we do. We support people in organizations to feel well and live up to their own potential. We engage to improve the quality of employees' working life, which results in greater corporate success. #winwin

MinQi - What does that actually stand for? 


MinQi is really about energy - about our human energy, our inner strength.

That's why we chose this name. Min stands for minutes and Qi for energy (more precisely life energy - from traditional Chinese medicine). Through sessions that last only a few minutes, we increase the inner power of employees and teams.

Our goal is to create a work environment where we can keep our energy up. For that, there should always be a place for small pit stops to recharge our batteries. That's why we often compare MinQi with a kind of power station for the stressful everyday working life.

Our story


MinQi was founded in 2019 by Dr. Delphine Bradt Colin and Dr. Sarah Mahr. But the founders have known each other for much longer. They already worked together before - often in very stressful phases. And it was exactly during such a phase that MinQi was "born". Since Sarah has had a great passion for yoga and meditation for many years, she was able to show Delphine little exercises to perform at her desk between the meetings of their project. For Delphine, who was repeatedly plagued by back pain, it became quickly clear: This is exactly what we need to integrate in our daily work routine. Small, uncomplicated exercises that calm the mind, relax the body and give more energy. Thus, the two started the MinQi project.  

The founders



Delphine is a passionate entrepreneur with an open mind. From her hometown Paris to Munich, she has extensive experience in many different companies. She has a broad knowledge of CSR, corporate reputation and digitization. With MinQi, she is pursuing her dream of bundling digital technologies and old knowledge to create solutions for the corporate world - for more well-being and performance



Sarah is an enthusiastic yoga teacher. She has been practicing Yoga on a daily basis for more than 6 years. For the project MinQi she did not hesitate to stay in an ashram for a longer time.
After more than 200 hours of teaching and a long training she received the Hatha Yoga Teacher Certificate certified by the Yoga-Alliance. She then sat down with experts from therapeutic fields to develop a unique program.


Our contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

In 2015, the United Nations adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) aim to improve the living conditions of all people and protect the planet.