“The Body of Nature” – Sensit Yoga Somatics Retreat

14 – 17 October 2022

This 4-day journey will help you deepen the sense of who you are underneath the mental noise and superficial identities. The program will focus on awakening the breath, discovering the intelligence of the bones, nourishing the organ body and revitilizing the fascia. All these incredible inner landscapes come alive and communicate to us when we give them enough care and nurturing attention. Embodying ourselves awakens the feeling that we are the Earth’s body, that we are nature. There is a deep sense of peace and belonging that arise from this realisation.

In Sensit Yoga Somatics we always move from the place of inner-listening, with sensitivity and awareness. We look for the support that we find in our relationship to gravity, and from the connections between our inner spaces and structures.

The sense of inner-connectivity deepens the trust and softens the tensions. As our nervous system relaxes, it becomes more receptive to the new learning and patterning. This new learning is about integrating all aspects of our selves, and creating new maps of healthy and conscious living.


10:00-12:30 Sensit Yoga – energizing practice 

17:00-19:30 Sensit Yoga Somatics – gentle and grounding practice

On the first day, there is only one – evening – session

On the last day, there is only one – morning – session

Price: 350 Euros

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Maja Zilih

(E-RYT 500h) is the founder of Sensit Yoga™ and Somatics system, and of the Athens Yoga Center in Greece. She holds classes, teacher training programs, workshops, and retreats in Austria and Greece. She a passionate explorer of yoga as a process of human healing, learning and growth. Her life and teaching are dedicated to connecting with people with presence and care. For the last decade she has been studying Body-Mind Centering, Feldenkrais and Continuum, aspects of which inspire and infuse her yoga practice and teaching.

The outside world is merely a reflection of our inner state. Gradually integrating aspects of ourself through yoga somatics, we begin to see the profound connections and interdependence everywhere we look. From the separation dream, we gradually wake up to the fact that our individual growth is both contributing to, and strongly dependent on the degree of the evolution of the collective. Whether through meditation, mindful movement, aware parenting, or random acts of kindness, yoga truly comes alive when the context behind our actions is a desire to contribute to the elevation of consciousness of the humanity as a whole.