According to the yogic perspective, a human body is broken into five layers, known in Sanskrit as Koshas. The body that we see and use in most yoga practices is called the Annamaya Kosha, the physical body, consisting of bones, muscles, nerves, organs, fluids, etc. etc. Basically anything that is tangible, which can be seen and touched, operates on this level. A good 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training teaches the yoga poses using this focus to keep the students safe as the new teacher develops his/her skill in seeing their students. A good yoga class focuses on the alignment and energetics from this level.
When you want more from your yoga practice and teaching – then it’s time for the 500 Hour Master Training.
In the Tantra Flow Yoga 300 Hour Master Training, the new and/or experienced teacher will now learn about the layers underneath the physical layer. One moves from yoga as exercise to yoga as means to access your highest potential, in all aspects of your life. When one practices and teaches using knowledge and tools from these deeper layers, the yoga practice becomes more advanced and powerful for the student, as well as the teacher. It is now when the practice truly becomes transformational.
This teacher training is broken into three parts, addressing the three inner Koshas. When one is able to practice with all of these pieces, then the last Kosha, which is connected to our soul, begins to become available.
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