As April approaches, the first signs of summer heat emerge, and we begin to feel the new season’s upward, energetic, and expansive vibe. To counteract this warm external energy, many songs in this month’s most popular yoga music selection have ambient pieces to stimulate contemplation and excellent piano notes to soothe the mind. We hope that our selections of music this month can aid you in staying in a state of equilibrium when you are riding the waves of spring’s bloom!
Static Deviations by Jameson Nathan Jones
The album combines the sound of piano, vocals, and cello to create an extremely complex and surprising electronic soundscape. The nine tracks on this album have an intensely cinematic feel that will be ideal for switching between low and high-energy segments in your playlist for yoga.
Blue by Samuel Orson
This album comprises 9 “neoclassical, minimalist compositions written and recorded in a Seattle home scheduled for imminent demolition.” The gorgeous piano tracks invoke the sensation of being in awe and awe. They could be perfect for gentle yoga classes.
Glass Island by Richard Luke
These “lushly arranged” instrumental tracks mix the violin and piano, field recordings, bass synths, and electronic beats. The layered sound of this album makes for an enveloping soundtrack perfect for the quieter and more reflective aspects of a yoga session.
Halo by Exist Strategy and Cyric
This 3 track EP blends soothing, downtempo electronic soundscapes with beautiful vocals. You can listen to this beautiful and haunting music after your yoga session to bring introspection and an element of mystery.
Third Eye Sleep Kalimba Meditation by Calm Whale
This long recording of an hour is designed to assist listeners in activating their third eye and induce deep sleep. A backdrop of sustained, the sound of chimes, shakers, African kalimba, Cajon, and rainsticks complements long drones. This track is ideal for playing during yoga shavasana or meditation. Yoga Nidra.
Ram Dass: Chapter II (2019) by East Forest
This will be the third of four EPs collaborating between the renowned spiritual teacher Ram Dass and electro-acoustic ambient musician East Forest. In the four songs on this EP, Dass’s lyrics are enhanced by an enthralling combination of synths, piano, saxophones, strings, vibraphones, and drums.
AGUA by Mariana Root & Nacho Rodriguez
This “sound tribute to the spirit of the water” blends the traditional chanting of many different world cultures with overtones and harmony singing. A background of guitar, percussion, cello, flute, field recordings, and kalimba adds to these ten tracks’ power, depth, and mystery.
Samatva by Jay Andrews
This CD was written and composed for “subtler practices such as restorative yoga, yoga nidra, savasana, and meditation.” Each of these meditative tracks has a distinct pace and key, intending to create peace in the body and mind.
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