This is a 10h comprehensive course will dive into the subtle body. The subtle bodies are parts of us that we don’t see but are a part of us. We will identify the Koshas, the layers of our being and learn about the subtle body. Lastly we will learn methods to practice the subtle body.
- The Koshas
- Yogic Diet
- Subtle Anatomy
- The Chakra System
- Pranayama Practices
- 4.1 Invocation - Ganesha Mantra (8:01)
- 4.2 Complete breathing and calming breath (12:28)
- 4.3 Sama Vrtti (20:10)
- 4.4 Heating Pranayama Practices (47:41)
- 4.5 Sound Breathing and Bija Mantras (8:00)
- 4.6 Cooling Pranayama (50:38)
- 4.7 Pratyhara techniques (6:21)
- 4.8 Alternate nostril breathing (13:22)
- 4.9 Kriya, Purification techniques (9:58)
- Homework Assignment - Create your practice
- Module 4: Review
- Module 4: Test your knowledge
MEET THE TEACHERS
Patricia Szeto | Patricia has been teaching yoga since 2014, sharing the knowledge she has received from all her teachers. Patricia has dedicated her life to the continual learning and practice of wholistic wellness, from the inside out. Patricia views the yoga practice as an ever evolving process that changes with you. Patricia’s goal is to help empower others to help themselves and reach their highest potential. Patricia is a Dharma yoga, Qi Gong, and Tai Chi instructor. She has received 200 Hr alignment-based yoga training and 800Hr teacher training at the Dharma Yoga Center in New York. She also has a Bachelors Degree in Health Sciences and a Bachelors in Food and Nutritional Sciences.
Lina Fang | I found yoga through an initial desire for movement, but it was an entry point that led me to become a teacher and embody various life-changing practices of yoga. It brought me to a place of curious inquiry and appreciation for uniqueness that I want to share with as many people as I can reach. I am trained in Hatha and Vinyasa yoga, using certain methodologies of Anusara yoga to focus on strong sequencing and healthy alignment. Through my 7 years of practicing yoga, a valuable lesson I have learned is that joy & knowledge grow when shared; this is one of many reasons why I am so excited to teach and be part of the VNYSA YTT. I also have a Bachelor’s Degree in Materials Engineering, and completing my Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology.
Sarah Wolton | Yoga to me is about changing lives, not only changing and benefiting your own life but in the process emphatically bringing goodness to each and every being around you. The result, a brighter, more vibrant, joyful and sweet whole – inside and out. Make peace with yourself, strengthen your body, mind and soul and open up to possibility. It’s not a secret that yoga can transform lives but the choice is ultimately yours, to go with the flow or resist it. Power Vinyasa trained (completion of Level 1 & 2), 10 years of teaching experience, Founder of The Hot Box Yoga and VNYSA (8+ years experience in the business of yoga). I stay inspired through my personal practice on and off the mat, and am excited to offer my teachings to empower you to live boldly and courageously!