OK maybe it was the crazy amount of drugs OR it could be the influence of meditation teachers like Swami Satchitananda and Maharishi Mahesh that made the music from the 1960s so awesome. These creative, revolutionary jams set the stage for a creative, revolutionary freeform practice of your own.
Main deal: yoga is the path to freedom. Here are my favorite jams for freeform yoga practice.
A midtempo playlist to take you home to yourself. Nice for a slow vinyasa or gentle practice.
All my favorite sparkly twinkly and downtempo EDM is a soundtrack to recognizing the magic in YOU. There are two components to creative practice. One: The discipline to show up, to learn shapes and patterns and repeat them. To work even when you don't feel like it. Two: Opening up and being available for inspiration to flow through.
We take a break from the normal routine of bangin' EDM and settle in with some folksy jams to take you home to yourself. This week, we did a ton of big twists to help wring out tension and make space for new perspectives in the change of seasons
Holy smokes I taught a bunch of yoga this week. We did all kinds of shapes and patterns but the message is the same. Can you do what you're doing and stay immersed in the present moment? Can you catch yourself when you get distracted and come back to your breath?
One of the coolest benefits of vinyasa yoga is that it is direct training on how to flow gracefully with change. You're always inhaling or exhaling, and there's something new to experience and learn about yourself in every new moment. Here's some jams to help you along the way.
You are a golden lion cub. Go get 'em, tiger. Er, lion.