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Yoga Music & Chants

Yoga Music & Chants

Music tracks inspired by mantras and traditional Indian instruments. Weaving a variety of musical genres together to create sounds that are ideal for your yoga practice, meditation or studies.

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Yoga Music & Chants
  • Om Mani Pade Hum

    Om Mani Padme Hum is a Buddhist Mantra meaning "the jewel can be found in the lotus flower." This Mantra is great for meditation, to help centre a busy mind. A soothing addition to music used for Hatha, Yin or Restorative practices.

  • Gayatri Mantra

    This beautiful mantra from the Rig Veda is used to connect to universal energy. Perfect for moments when more energy is needed. Sit, close your eyes and let the magic of music and words wash over you.

  • Om Hari Om

    Om Hari Om is a Sanskrit Mantra that is said to help in alleviating suffering. This chant is a wonderful meditation soundtrack at the end of a long day, or for moments when you need a little support.

  • Govinda Jaya

    Govinda Jaya is chant to Krishna and it's uplifting sounds and beats are sure to bring you into a state of zen. Perfect for a flow practice or first thing in the morning to start your day with mellow energy.

  • Om Namo

    Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya is a chant about freedom and surrender. This soothing music will lull you into a deep state of calm. Perfect for meditation, self-practice or to wind down for restful sleep.

  • Yoga Sutra Chapter 1 - Samadhi Pada

    Enjoy this chanted version of the first chapter of the Yoga Sutras by Patañjali. The first chapter discusses the state of Samadhi, and Patañjali describes ways to achieve this state through a variety of practices. This chapter contains the important verse, "yoga-chitta-vritti-nirodha" (yoga is th...

  • Yoga Sutra Chapter 2 - Sadhana Pada

    Enjoy this chanted version of the second chapter of the Yoga Sutras by Patañjali. The second chapter of the Yoga Sutras discusses the importance of practice (sadhana). Patañjali outlines two different paths of yoga, Kriya Yoga and Ashtanga Yoga.

  • Yoga Sutra Chapter 3 - Vibhuti Pada

    Enjoy this chanted version of the third chapter of the Yoga Sutras by Patañjali. The third chapter of the Yoga Sutras outlines the supernatural powers afforded to the yogi with practice. Patañjali discusses the final three limbs of Ashtanga Yoga: Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi.

  • Yoga Sutra Chapter 4 - Kaivalyia Pada

    Enjoy this chanted version of the fourth chapter of the Yoga Sutras by Patañjali. The fourth chapter of the Yoga Sutras is known as Kaivalyia Pada and discusses the liberation the yogi experiences after dedicated and immersive practice.