The Five Koshas: Anatomy of Our Subtle Bodies from Ancient Yoga Teachings Workshop with Julia Levin

Saturday, June 11, 2022

4:00–6:00 pm

Cost: 20$ in advance (until 12pm of the day of the event), 25$ at the door


Questions and more information:

Julia, text (734) 355-4994 or email


Enlightened Soul Center & Shop


2711 Carpenter Road
Ann Arbor 48108
Free parking!

We have our own building with the main entrance and parking in the back.

On the east side of Carpenter, halfway between Packard Street and Washtenaw Ave.

About the Workshop:

Ancient Vedic texts (Taittiriya Upanishad, 6th century BC) state that there are five veils (koshas or bodies) wrapped around your soul, starting from the most subtle, blissful veil and descending to the most dense, known as your physical body.  Those veils make you who you are, how you feel, your thought and behavior patterns, your health problems, and your dreams and yearnings.


Learning to sense, understand, and balance your koshas is important for your spiritual growth, freedom, and a higher quality of everyday life.


Join this 2-hour lecture/workshop with Julia Levin to:

- Learn about these five koshas:

Anamayakosha -physical body (doshas)
Pranamayakosha - energy body (chakras, vayus, nadis)
Manomayakosha - mental body (manas, chitta)
Vinjanomayakosha - causal body (samskaras, vasanas, buddhi)
Anandamayakosha - blissful body (ahamkara, Kundalini)

- Deepen and expand your knowledge of koshas: Their structure, inter-connection, relation to chakras, and cause-effect interactions

- Learn to sense and understand every veil surrounding your soul

- Explore easy and useful techniques to balance and heal your koshas

About Julia Levin

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Julia is a certified yoga teacher (RYT200), founder of Sea Lotus Yoga and Sea Lotus Path, and devotee of Mātā Amṛtānandamayī Devī (Amma). Her path started with practicing Yoga Asana in 2007 at Moksha Yoga, Montreal. Over the years, she expanded her knowledge in various aspects of yoga.


Julia received formal yoga teacher training from Durga Devi and Shiva Das at House of Yoga (Berkley, Michigan), joining their lineage of Jivamukti and Ashtanga teachers. She continued her study of yoga in Ayurveda with Krishna Peter Perry and Aiyana Athenian and in Sanskrit with Zoe Slatoff. The teachings of Ram Dass also had a big influence on her worldview.


The biggest change in Julia's yogic life happened when she started to work with her Kundalini Yoga teacher Sadhvi Viryananda Sawaswati, the heir of the 500-year-old Kundalini Vidya lineage.


Julia's graduate degree in biology, experience in research, as well as blessings of Kundalini Shakti are helping her significantly in connecting physical and metaphysical aspects of yoga, life, and the surrounding world in a coherent and comprehensive way.

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