Yoga is traditionally a home practice. In the classical ashtanga practice, followers of this path are supposed to hold devotional space six days a week (with the exception of full and new moon days) on their mats, beginning before the sun rises.
But any time is the right time to practice yoga. You might prefer evenings after a long day of work, when your mind is a little more at ease. It can be incredibly relaxing and meditative to have some soft music playing while moving in your vinyasa flow. The chants and rhythm can elevate your practice from simply a physical exercise to a transformative one.
Here we suggest some albums you may like to accompany your home practice. Roll out your mat, light some incense and set the vibes with these shanti-setting tunes.
Into Light: The Meditation Music of Deva Premal / Deva Premal
Waves of Love: India Kirtan Sessions / Govindas and Radha
Asana: Sing / Shri K. Pattaabhi Jois
Breath of the Heart / Krishna Das
Jahta Beat: The Lotus Memoirs / DJ Drez
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