All jeev (souls), under the bondage of Maya, have trisharir (त्रिशरीर) or 3 bodies. All these 3 bodies are made by Maya hence are material and transient
sthool sharir (स्थूल शरीर) is the gross material body that we can see. Jeev has to leave this body behind at the time of death.
sooksham sharir (सूक्षम शरीर) is the subtle body cannot be seen. This body has mind and senses embedded in it. In your dreams you perform all your actions with this body. At the time of death this body goes along with the Jeev.
karan sharir (कारण शरीर) is the causal body. In other words this is the body created by ones desires. This too goes with the Jeev at the time of death. During mahapralaya, the Jeev is free from the other 2 bodies but this body still stays with the Jeev.
From the moment of God-realization, the Jeev becomes eternally free from Maya. Hence, then on the Jeev is released from all these kinds of bodies and attains a divine body forever. In scriptures there are several names for this body like Divya deh (दिव्य देह), chinmaya deh (चिन्मय देह), Gunateet deh (गुणातीत देह) or Bhagavd-deh (भगवद् देह).
Scriptures mention a few other types of bodies as well. These are not included in the trisharir or 3 material bodies.
aativahik sharir (आतिवाहिक शरीर) is the after-death body which is made of air. It travels with soul along with subtle and causal body to Yamlok etc. Then establishes the soul with aforesaid subtle bodies in a womb to take form of another gross body according to the karmas. It is also called bhog sharir (भोग शरीर). An individual undergoes the fruits of his bad deeds for millions of human years with aativahik sharir.
nirmaan sharir (निर्माण शरीर) is created by the yogis by their own Yoga-power to continue their expedition of yoga. The time for gross material body is pre-determined and inevitable. Hence, the yogis burn their bodies at the end of the pre-determined time and create a new body, which is called nirmaan sharir. This is also a material body.
bhav deh (भाव देह) is the divine body created when jeev performs devotion to God. The devotional sentiment that one worships God with any of the four bhav (daasya, sakhya, vatsalya, madhurya) becomes predominant in this body. The more one practices devotion the more firm this body becomes.