Ann Pidcock

Ann Pidcock
       SHOULD WE LISTEN TO MUSIC IN SAVASANA?   This could easily become a hot debate.   I understand both sides of the argument and I tend to come down on the side of- whichever option works best for you in promoting deep rest.  I love both.    What we are really practicing in Yoga is being able to consciously observe whatever is happening moment to moment. Hopefully then we are empowered to make wise decisions based on that.  Some days I notice that music can be a beautiful assist in helping me to really surrender and become present.  Other days I may see that I’m overloaded with stimulation or even conscious that I am trying to distract myself from how I’m feeling or what's really going on. At these times I may choose to just be in the sounds of the room and the local area- (after all you are really never going to be in absolute silence- especially in London)  Or, here is an idea... sometimes I split it down the middle.  Allowing myself a nice long Savasana with a track for the first few minutes and then an extended length of silence to follow.  So, if you are a Yogi thats boat is floated with some beautiful Savasana music then see if you like the below (click on the image to link to Spotify):   Every month I release a new Vinyasa Playlist too- click here to link to  SPOTIFY         



  

  


 
   
    
      

        

        

        
          
             
               
                 
                      
                 
                
                   Prologue by Frans Bak 
                
               
             
          

          
        

      

        

        

        
          
             
               
                 
                      
                 
                
                   Stillness by Nest 
                
               
             
          

          
        

      

        

        

        
          
             
               
                 
                      
                 
                
                   Endless by Luca D'Alberto 
                
               
             
          

          
        

      

        

        

        
          
             
               
                 
                      
                 
                
                   Playing Piano on a Rainy Day by Andrew Applepie 
                
               
             
          

          
        

      

        

        

        
          
             
               
                 
                      
                 
                
                   Il Cacciatore Di Arcobaleni by Mattia Capelli 
                
               
             
          

          
        

      

        

        

        
          
             
               
                 
                      
                 
                
                   Angels Prayer by Ty Burhoe, James Hoskins and Cat McCarthy 
                
               
             
          

          
        

      
    
   

  

 




 
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SHOULD WE LISTEN TO MUSIC IN SAVASANA?

This could easily become a hot debate. 

I understand both sides of the argument and I tend to come down on the side of- whichever option works best for you in promoting deep rest.

I love both.  

What we are really practicing in Yoga is being able to consciously observe whatever is happening moment to moment. Hopefully then we are empowered to make wise decisions based on that.

Some days I notice that music can be a beautiful assist in helping me to really surrender and become present.

Other days I may see that I’m overloaded with stimulation or even conscious that I am trying to distract myself from how I’m feeling or what's really going on. At these times I may choose to just be in the sounds of the room and the local area- (after all you are really never going to be in absolute silence- especially in London)

Or, here is an idea... sometimes I split it down the middle.  Allowing myself a nice long Savasana with a track for the first few minutes and then an extended length of silence to follow.

So, if you are a Yogi thats boat is floated with some beautiful Savasana music then see if you like the below (click on the image to link to Spotify): 

Every month I release a new Vinyasa Playlist too- click here to link to SPOTIFY