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“Songs That Help You Float”
For me, Yoga is about connecting your mind, body, breath and spirit. For any music lover like me on the mat, the soundtrack and ambience we set for that one golden hour where we can take a breath and connect with ourselves can really take our practice to another level.
From teachers looking to set the right ambience for their classes, to yogis practising at home, drowning out the washing machine and getting in the zone. This list is based on my own experiences of yoga practice and how the right sounds, tones, rhythms and pace can complement and enhance practice.
Using components of typical class structures; moving from slow meditative grounding, through awakening and energetic flows, to gentle unwinding and blissful endings. Dynamic, contemporary, flowing sounds with an emphasis on creativity, playfulness and always aiming to focus the mind on the body and breath.
This is a list for all the Yogis, but extends to anyone looking to get in touch with body and breath, to dance, to feel the flow of life, to meditate…music is therapeutic and we can also just close our eyes, look inwards and sink into the sounds.
1 June 2021
Beauty can be found in the simplest of movements, the repetition of rhythms that grow in depth the more time we spend with them and soften into them.
18 May 2021
Places oozes a sensuality in its flow and presents a chance to connect with your body and be playful.
11 May 2021
Swindle’s method and musicianship embodies this meeting and embracing at the crossroads of sound and flow.
27 April 2021
Jetstream passes through and around us, picking us up in its flow and the leaving us floating in its wake.
19 April 2021
Koresma’s music is inspired by the landscapes and their influence on sound.
12 April 2021
Some tracks just feel right, like they just embody the type of sounds you want to promote beyond the borders of genres and labels.
5 April 2021
Corre – comes from correlate, circling back, like the breath, the constant ebb and flow in and out, in and out.
29 March 2021
As the harmonics flit and spark, diving and swirling into our sound ways we are lifted up and away.
16 March 2021
From the album Paths, described by its creators as “an account of both melancholy and euphoria”. This is an exploration of sounds that encourages the listener to dive in and immerse deeply in their own journey.
10 March 2021
Seeped in the simplicity of one synthesizer and one guitar, there is a gentle warmth to the swelling, sweeping musical vistas in Of Course It’s All Things. There is a sense of peace found in simply slowing down – so move slow and listen long.
3 March 2021
Gentle waves lapping the shore, maybe a little calmer than before. An uplifting guitar picking pattern is joined by a jaunty but almost regimental marching rhythm, like a merry army of peaceful warriors guiding you towards Savasana – the final conscious, wakeful rest.
23 February 2021
Melodic and moving, light in the dark, simple yet intricate, spacious while dense and uplifting yet grounding. Let’s play musical yin and yang, catching flies and playing with our breath and bodies in the dappled light flickering as we begin to awaken from winter’s slumber.