Sensit Yoga Organ Series


Our organs constitute a highly intelligent internal system that nourishes, maintains and balances all life. As a response to our refined attention, organs can relax, revitalize, and awaken to their innate wisdom.

The practice will journey you through:

- ways of being and moving in a relationship to gravity and space

- the 3 dimensionality of the organs

- asana flow from the organ body

- sound and breath techniques

- embodied meditation

- tension release and restful partner work with touch


No prior experience is required.


Friday 17 May 18:00-20:30: Urogenital system 

Saturday 18 May 10:00-12:30: Digestive system part one (Liver, Gallbladder, Spleen, Pancreas)

Saturday 18 May 13:30-16:00: Digestive system part two (Digestive tract: Stomach, Small and Large Intestine)

Sunday 19 May 10:00-13:00: Heart and Lungs



Individual session: 35 Euros 

Whole workshop: 120 Euros

Payments before May 1st - 10% discount

Repeating students and Sensit Yoga 200hrs graduates - 20% discount



Maja Zilih

Maja Zilih E-RYT 500 has been teaching yoga and meditation since 2007. Her method Sensit Yoga is an embodied, interoceptive practice that aims at expanding awareness of all the levels of our being.
The practice combines yoga asanas infused with elements from body-mind centering, tension release techniques, primal movement, functional exercises, and movements that arise for each individual in their own way. The sessions always complete with meditation and a long relaxation.
Expect to be continuously invited to feel, sense and move from and through your inner body. Sometimes you follow the instructions, other times you inquire into your unique needs, and let them take the lead. You explore and utilize your relationship with space and gravity. You play with different ways in which you can awaken fluidity and ease in the body, breath and mind. Expect your body to release the unnecessary tension and find new source of support. Each movement becomes an opportunity for a total body-mind-spirit integration.