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EARTH YOGA 300 hr TANTRA FLOW YOGA™


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    Earth Yoga and Jeanne Heileman
    300 Hour Tantra Flow Yoga™ Teacher Training


    Tantra Flow Yoga™ 300 Hour Teacher Training Annayama Kosha – Your Body is a Temple


    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. In the Tantra Flow Yoga 300 Hour Teacher Training, the new and/or experienced teacher will now learn about the layers underneath the physical layer. When one practices and teaches using knowledge and tools addressing these deeper layers, then the yoga practice becomes a richer, more fulfilling experience for the teacher and the student. It is now when the practice becomes transformational. This teacher training is broken into three parts, which can be offered in various ways to suit the needs of a community. Ample time in each of the three modules is directed towards practice teaching, creating wise sequencing, and learning effective hands on adjustments, with valuable feedback from the instructor.
     

      Part One – Pranamaya Kosha  

    This 100-hour module introduces the student to the Pranic Body, sometimes referred to as the Energy Body. The anatomy of respiration is studied, which leads to a variety of Pranayama Techniques and the use of Bandhas. Students also learn about the Nadis, the Chakras and how the energy of each affects different poses. This layer focuses extensively on the sequencing, instructing and giving adjustments for Laterals, Backbends and Forward Folds.
     

      Part Two – Manomaya Kosha  

    This 100-hour module now takes the student to the middle layer of a being, the mind. The student will learn about the different aspects of the mind and how to separate these so that one begins to develop power over the mind. This layer focuses extensively on the sequencing, instructing and giving adjustments for Core Practices, Inversions and Twists. Ample time is directed towards practice teaching, hands on adjustments and sequencing. The practice of Meditation is developed at this level, including the use of Mantra and other concentration techniques.
     

      Part Three – Vijnanamaya Kosha  

    This 100-hour module explores the fourth inner layer, which is the voice of the wisest part within each of us. Known as Buddhi, the Wisdom Layer is accessed only when the mind has developed the skill for concentration. This layer focuses extensively on the sequencing, instructing and giving adjustments for Balancing Poses and Extensions, where the spine is set in an upright position. The inner and outer strength of the spine is a focus here as one increases the capacity for longer meditations. Ayurveda, how to teach difficult poses, and understanding Kundalini are each taught at this level.
     

    300 Hour Teach Training: Part 1 - Pranamaya Kosha


    This 100-hour module introduces the student to the Pranic Body, sometimes referred to as the Energy Body.

    Students will learn:


      This layer focuses extensively on the sequencing, instructing and giving adjustments for Laterals, Backbends and Forward Folds. Students will be practicing these categories of poses using material that they learn in this level.

      The anatomy of respiration and how to improve our breathing for physical and mental health;

      A variety of Pranayama Techniques from the Himalayan Masters and how to teach them to a class;

      The Pranavayus and how they work in our body to help or hinder a pose;

      The definition of the Bandhas, how to use them and how to teach them;

      The Nadis, currents of energy that run throughout the body and affect our left and right brain and equilibrium;

      The Chakras, wheels of energy that dwell along our spine, which lead to ease or limitations in our daily life;

      How the energy of each Chakra affects different poses and information on helping students who are experiencing limitations;

      Practice teaching to improve a teacher’s skill in communication;

      Creating wise sequencing that keeps the student safe while also interested;

      Effective hands on adjustments;

      Constant valuable feedback from the instructor.



    300 Hour Teach Training: Part 2 - Manomaya Kosha


    This 100-hour module introduces the student to the Mental Body, focusing on Dharana, the skill of concentration. The ability to have a sharp, unbroken concentration is necessary for meditation and higher levels of practice.


    Students will learn:


      This layer focuses extensively on the sequencing, anatomy and practice of the following three types of asanas: Inversions, Twists, Core Practices.

      The Anatomy of the Mind and how each part plays its role in trying to control us;

      A variety of Concentration Techniques from the Himalayan Masters and how to teach them to a class;

      The power of Mantra and how a practice with the right mantra can be the exact medicine for a student;

      Tantric Kriyas that not only prepare a student for meditation, but change the inner field of the student with lasting positive results.

      Vichara, the ancient technique of inner cleansing for a yogi’s mind, tracing the negativity to its source and addressing the very origin of that negativity.

      Continued study of Pranayama practices from Part One;

      Practice teaching to improve a teacher’s skill in communication;

      Creating wise sequencing that keeps the student safe while also interested;

      Effective hands on adjustments;

      Constant valuable feedback from the instructor.



    300 Hour Teach Training: Part 3 - Vijnanamaya Kosha


    This 100-hour module explores the fourth inner layer, where the joyous, wisest part dwells within each of us. Known as Buddhi, this Wisdom Layer is accessed only when the mind has developed the skill for concentration, allowing the veil of ignorance to be removed.


    Students will learn:


      The sequencing, anatomy and practice of: Balancing Postures and Extensions, Asanas that have the spine set in an upright position;

      Techniques to develop strength in the inner and outer regions of the spine to increase the capacity for longer meditations;

      How to teach difficult postures and include them safely in your own practice;

      Introduction to Kundalini and understanding its role in the world of Tantra;

      The important wisdom from Ayurveda and how to develop one’s own daily practice. Students will also learn techniques to weave the Ayurvedic wisdom into their sequencing and teaching;

      A number of sacred Tantric Meditations, which have been handed down from a living lineage, to increase the depth and comprehension of one’s personal Meditation Practice.

      Tantric Kriyas that change the energy and mental fields leading to higher realms of awareness;

      The art of Prana Dharana, a Tantric practice of harnessing energy into a force of focus that can eventually lead to healing and creation;

      Introduction to the use of Mudras and how they can enhance a practice.

      Effective hands on adjustments;

      Appreciate the power of Maha Mudra, considered the most advanced form of practice, as a technique that burns our past karmas and lights up the dormant power dwelling within each of us.


    Part One of the 300hr Teacher Training will take place from 11 until 22 March 2019






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    Testimonials


    Through Jeanne's dedication and passion she has grown to become an outstanding teacher, someone who can truly guide others into the wisdom and spirit of Tantric practice.
    Rod Stryker, ParaYoga


    Jeanne is a constant reminder of what a truly compassionate instructor should be. She is an inspiration and one of the most important reasons I had the courage to become a teacher. Thank you for believing in me.
    Rose Ghavami


    Just as yoga has become the treasure map to lead me towards the inner jewels within my being...Jeanne Heileman has been at times the lens in my reading glasses that helps me see more clearly my path and in other moments a guide when I was lost completely or just needed to rest. Her knowledge of the biomechanics of the postures is only superseded by the message that yoga is more than the pose it is a journey of the heart.
    Jackie Roberts