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I am absolutely thrilled to have our first user submitted track featured on this playlist. There has been a couple dozen submissions, so after sifting through the tracks I stumbled across a terrific remix of “The Last Day” by Michael Lovisa. The tone of this track perfectly captures the direction that this playlist is moving towards. The grit, despair, longingness, and pure raw emotion - perfection.

A simple bass and heavenly synth supports the yearning vocals throughout the song. Lush acoustics come in the middle of the song creating a forest-like ambiance that is both easy to find and lose yourself. It’s as if my soul was intertwined with this piece when I first heard it, and a little part of is is still tied down and captured, waiting to be released.

For me that’s what my practice is all about - fully immersing yourself, FOR yourself. Stumbling through life’s great highs and fearing lows, seeing who you really are and what you’re made of at the core. Often times when we do that a little piece of us gets left behind along the way. But in yoga, we can retrace those steps back to our true selves. The ability to constantly shed, change, and try out all of life’s most perfect aspects and adventures drives us forward.

Get lost, get found, and use this track as a launching pad to to set your intention for your new first day. 

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About The Curator - Cam Bigelow

Cam Bigelow  - Music to Curator

Cam is a music and yoga fanatic where he spent the last few years honing his skills and passion in the heart of beautiful Boulder, Colorado. He composes his classes based upon what feels best in his body and adds a little “flair” in which he draws from seasoned yoga instructors around the Boulder area. He is always on the hunt for the next song that will “wow” his students and will take his class to the next level. When not obsessing over his playlist for the 12th time or teaching on his mat, you can find Cam exploring all the nature Boulder has to offer, jamming out on his ukulele, and perfecting his bacon-wrapped scallop dinner.

Raised in Orange County, California and residing in Boulder for the last eight years, Cam is shaking up his life by moving to San Francisco in the next few months. For more information about Cam’s yoga practice, check out his website cambyoga.com and Instagram @cambyoga.

 

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