Yoga is an ancient physical and spiritual practice in India. Over 2 billion people worldwide practice it.
Its a relationship between body, mind, breath, and spirit.
How yoga will help you?
- Helps in reducing pain – like back pain, joint pain, headache.
- It increases flexibility.
- It helps to increase muscle tone and muscle strength.
- Improves respiration and helps to concentrate on your breathing.
- It improves your energy and vitality.
- Also, most people practice it for weight reduction.
- It helps to balance metabolism and keep the digestive system healthy.
- It helps to maintain your cardiac and circulatory health by keeping blood pressure in control.
- Helps to reduce stress level.
- Gives mental clarity and calmness.
- Give relaxation.
- Improves mental well-being.
Yoga with music helps to increase concentration and offer more enjoyable sessions.
Traditional practitioners don’t listen to music while practicing. They feel it is needed to listen to one’s inner voice, not to external influences.
But most people find difficulty in embracing an intimate focus.
Soft instrumental music created a bridge for it so that most western world was attracted to it.
The nerve center of yoga is “OM”, believed to be the first sound in the universe.
Century-old practices Shakti yoga also used chants for creating chakras.
How yoga and music inter connected?
- You feel relaxed.
- Helps to improve your balance and concentration.
- Clear thoughts in mind.
- Soft sound pleasant your mind.
- Helps with healing.
- Music and yoga both are universal languages of love.
- Take away negative vibes and put you in a good mood.
- Helps to enhance memory.
- Increases your attention span.
- Give relief from boredom.
- Amplifies the effect of yoga.
- Rejuvenate your body and mind.
- Gives you peace, concentration, and relaxation.
- Both together work as a great stress buster.
- Helps to find stillness in the mind.
Yoga brings the body in perfect sync with breathing. While music brings notes in sync with the rhythm.
Use soft music to enhance sessions and calm your nerves. You can use the sound of nature or classical music for good results.
Yoga is a passive and silent form of exercise which helps to live with mindfulness.
Music boosts its effect. Use soft music to get better results.
It is your choice to practice it with or without music. After all, mind satisfaction matters.