A 60-Minute Restorative Yoga Playlist to Help You Slow Down and Surrender


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A 60-Minute Restorative Yoga Playlist to Help You Slow Down and Surrender

Need a break from sweaty vinyasa? These soothing tunes will help you sink into deep relaxation. Check back weekly for more of our fave yoga practice playlists.
APR 28, 2017
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Do you feel like this week lasted forever? Set yourself up for a restorative practice and hit play below. (Download the free Spotify software to listen to our playlists.) These soothing tunes will help you unwind from the work week and get centered. Focus on your breath as you settle into some restorative poses to fully reap this playlist’s benefits.

See also 4 Mindful Cardio Moves With Mantras + Music

60-Minute Restorative Yoga Playlist

1. “Water Sign,” East Forest
2. “Limitations,” East Forest
3. “Where Is My Mind,” Maxence Cyrin
4. “To Build a Home,” The Cinematic Orchestra
5. “Waiting Around,” Aisha Badru
6. “Nomad,” Tor
7. “Snow Day,” Pete Kuzma
8. “Heartbeats,” Jose Gonzalez
9. “Feelin’ The Same Way,” Norah Jones
10. “Be Here Now,”  Ray LaMontagne
11. “Atlas Hands,” Benjamin Francis Leftwich
12. “Heart’s Content,” Brandi Carlile
13. “Holocene,” Bon Iver
14. “Familiar Ground,” The Cincematic Orchestra
15. “Sparks,” Coldplay

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See also Wake Up and Flow: A 60-Minute Yoga Playlist to Slay the Day

 

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