Spring is now at its peak, enchanting us with its variety and abundance of blossoming plants and animals. Contrasting with the hot summer days, we can enjoy the coolness of cold nights that are expansive and enchanting with the sound of frogs and the sights of fireflies. The variety of music we’ve chosen as part of this month’s list of the top yoga albums illustrates this perfectly. We hope that our selections will inspire you to embrace diversity and variety in your practice so that you can continue to grow and flourish as a yoga practitioner.
The Lightworker Meditation by Calm Whale
With just a metal hanger, the shaman’s drummer, and a rainstick, the hour-long album provides a calming soundscape that is perfect for gentle meditation, yoga, the practice of meditation as well as the practice of Shavasana. The album was created to help balance the seven chakras and assist the listeners in “bring love and light into this world by healing and sharing [their] inner light with the world.”
Self Healing Temple Bells by Self Healing
Enjoy this long album whenever you’re looking to quickly sink into a deep state of meditation. The soft and simple tune played by Malaysian temple bells helps you to get deep rest in Shavasana and yoga Nidra.
Zander by Blue Dot Sessions
Bright and playful melodies played on the dulcimer and zither dominate the album’s instrumental strands, mingling perfectly with guitar, bass, and light drums. The slow rhythms of these jazz-inspired tracks are perfect for playing during the quieter parts of yoga. Yoga session.
Lost Channel by Anthene
This ambient music creates a serene ambiance of quiet and contemplation and a hint of melancholy. A booming soundscape creates “harmonic statements that slowly grow from beds of soft drones leaving faded trails as they sway in the atmosphere,” making any of the nine tracks ideal for meditation yoga, Shavasana, or Yoga Nidra.
Felix Tapes – Ignorance is Bliss by Tropical Twista Records
This beat-driven five-track EP results from the discussion “about the beauty of nature and the importance of human beings being aware of protecting it.” The album mixes electronic beats and sounds with exotic sounds to create a relaxing soundscape that is perfect for use in the vinyasa flow.
In The Mysterious Distance by Ethereal Ephemera
Layered Loops of gentle and relaxing melodic drones weave into and out of this recording that was improvised over 43 minutes. The “peaceful and drifting ambient music” could be a wonderful backdrop for Shavasana meditation and yoga, as well as for healing or general relaxation.
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