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Thanks for a behind-the-scene view of the music I hear during yoga classes. Being a music lover I often wonder what the inspiration was behind a playlist for a yoga class. Many of my favorite tunes have been ones I first heard in class. I too enjoy the Pavlovian response each time I hear them again.
Thank you for all the wonderful, helpful and inspiring articles. I would love to see articles about how to teach yoga to children, ages 4 to 10. And the music to inspire them :o)
There is a time and place for music. It seems most of the scenarios and situations described in this article are not necessarily related to traditional, classical asana instruction classes. Silence is a beautiful aspect of our practice. We should cherish and promote slience too. As a music lover of course I cherish every opportunity to listen to my choice of musical genres. But as my guitar teacher once told me, the silences between the riffs are also very important.
These articles are so amazing,everytime I get my questions answered.