How Yoga and Music work best together

How Yoga and Music work best together

Yoga is an ancient practice from India that offers several benefits, not only to the body but to the mind and soul as well. There are many forms of yoga, and each one is unique and suited to help tackle certain challenges, and each one is tailored to certain types of individuals. What works best for you may not be what works best for your sister, and even as an individual grows and changes, the kind of yoga they would benefit from the most changes. There are also more holistic approaches to yoga, besides just asanas and meditation.

The Surprise Package

However, in this modern world, where we are constantly used to stimulation through various senses, most notably audio and visual, it may seem, dare I say, boring to just go through a set of motions and postures, focus on your breathing, and make it a habit. While those who have recognized the benefits of yoga know that it can be performed in any setting you wish, as long as you are relaxed and comfortable, those who are new and may want to get into the habit of yoga may find an unlikely ally – music.

Why Music

Adding music to your yoga routine is not just to create interest. There are many theories and researches that prove the benefits of using the right kind of music in a yoga class or session can actually boost the benefits of yoga postures and meditation. There is something transcendental about music, as it is a physical sensation, as well as a metaphysical one. Listening to certain kinds of music can invoke deep feelings within us, and that quality can be used to help and enhance your yoga experience as well.

While some may argue that music can be too distracting while you’re trying to achieve stillness, and it may go against the traditional view of yoga, music can bring many benefits to a yoga class. Besides, the stillness you wish to achieve is inner stillness and not just silence of your environment. The right kind of music can help set the mood for a yoga class, and get people in the heightened state of mind while performing yoga.

And as we Conclude

Music can also help establish a flow in various kinds of yoga, such as Vinyasa yoga, which is a very contemporary form of yoga. This, in turn, will help you get in the right state of mind and help you establish a rhythm. It can also invoke deep-seated feelings, and help you deal with them in a setting and state of mind where you’re open to exploring your inner self.

While this may not be something included in the scriptures of yesteryears when talking about yoga, it is certainly time we expanded our definition of “what is yoga” and embraced the advantages of music in yoga. 

At Hith Yoga- the Best Yoga Studio that is there in Delhi-NCR, we specialise in finding out such unlikely combinations for you and then ensuring that your yoga and meditation routine becomes the best ever experience for you.

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