The Bhagavad Gita is often referred to as a teaching handbook on how to be a yogi while also living with the struggles of the physical world. Written as a conversation between Krishna and Arjuna, Krishna teaches lessons that are applicable for us thousands of years late. The poetry of the scripture mixed with the loving patience of Krishna serve as inspiration to help us to live through our current challenges. You’re invited to join Jeanne and a number of students for pre-recorded, one-plus-hour sessions, focused on chosen themes from the Gita. This is offered to bring some balance to the abundance of physical yoga that’s currently available with the hope to offer some meaning for your mind & heart.
Welcome to Tantra Flow Yoga’s Online Class page! Each week Jeanne shares the latest class taught to her students and community. The class is recorded and now available to use if you can’t join us at the time of recording, or wish to repeat it for a deeper effect. Each session offers a flowing asana practice, Pranayama, and a short meditation. Tantra Flow Yoga™ is designed to work with energy stemming from the body, breath and mind. Each class has a specific theme and intention to help the student realize their inherent goodness, which is not easily seen with the human eye. You will feel a sense of peace and knowing, no matter which class you take.
What Is the Subtle Body?
How can gaining an understanding of the subtle body and doing subtle body practices improve our life and enhance our yoga practice? In this program, tantra yoga educator Jeanne Heileman teaches you about the five koshas (the “layers” or “sheaths” that yoga tradition describes as making up the whole of our individual beings), the prana vayus (“pathways for the breath”), and the power of mantra and pranayama (breathwork) in cultivating vitality in daily life.
You’ll learn about each kosha—the etymology of their names, some of their origin stories, and how they can affect our everyday actions. Jeanne gives you real-life examples and tips to consider as you reflect on your own connection to the subtle body. To enhance your understanding of these concepts, she offers you mantra, pranayama, and meditation practices that are designed to bring you to a place of greater equanimity and peace.