Leah Kalish’s Playlist


By YJ Editor  |  

You don’t have to fill your MP3 player with silly songs if you want to do yoga with your child. You can enhance your mommy-(or daddy)-and-me practice with music you both enjoy. For little yogis, Yoga Ed director and kids yoga teacher Leah Kalish (pictured) recommends including the same kind of songs that adults practice to-without profanity, of course. Decent music not only sets the tone and mood for yoga but also fills the space, so kids are less inclined to goof off, Kalish says. – ERICA RODEFER

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Soothing Sanctuary, Part 1
by David & Steve Gordon


Priya (Beloved)
by Michael Mandrell and Benjy Wertheimer


Infusion (Bombay Mix)
by Adham Shaikh


Where is the Love
by Karaoke All Stars


Row, Row, Row Your Boat
by Brent Lewis


Send in the Drums
by James Asher


Talk to the Animals
by Sammy Davis, Jr.


Air
by J.S. Bach


Blessing
by Deuter