The development of disorders or illnesses is often connected to negative, emotional experiences that a person has stored unresolved within them. Every organ has, in addition to its normal functions, the capability of saving and processing emotional energy.

According to psychokinesiology, anger and resentment burden the liver, fear and powerlessness are absorbed by the kidneys and rejection along with mental exhaustion can lead to stomach problems and, as a consequence, affect the heart and lungs.

Connective tissue runs through the entire body. They surround and suspend internal organs in their proper place and connect them to outer structures such as muscles, bones, joints and nerves.

As a result, external movements can have an impact on the internal. If the body is tense internally, this tension is often reflected through our movements and posture. Organic yoga uses this phenomenon to repair external imbalances of the body and to heal the resulting pain and mental tension.

The goal of organic yoga is to synchronize us to our breathing, nervous system, internal organs as well as to our emotions and expectations and bring them into harmony in order to create the basis for inner balance, happiness and health.

Through the use of three-dimensional movements, the body can free itself of organic and structural areas of tension and find its way back to its natural form and intuition. “Organic” describes a state when the body is at one with itself ; a state of being authentic. It is an element between heaven and earth.

This important concept of ‘letting go’ creates a space for a clear sense of self (a divine order).