Extremely Relaxing Restorative Yoga Music Playlist

Restorative Yoga is an extremely relaxing type of yoga. To help you have a relaxed yoga practice, I have put together this restorative yoga music playlist. Three 30-minute segments could be put together for a 30, 60 or 90-minute practice.

This Restorative Yoga Music Playlist is extremely relaxing and can be used for a 30, 60, or 90 minute practice.

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According to YogaJournal.com Restorative Yoga is a…

“…SEQUENCE TYPICALLY INVOLVES ONLY FIVE OR SIX POSES, SUPPORTED BY PROPS THAT ALLOW YOU TO COMPLETELY RELAX AND REST. HELD FOR 5 MINUTES OR MORE, RESTORATIVE POSES INCLUDE LIGHT TWISTS, SEATED FORWARD FOLDS, AND GENTLE BACKBENDS.”

This type of yoga has become a favorite of mine. I find that when I have too much on my plate a Restorative Yoga session leaves me feeling relaxed and refreshed as if I just spent the day at a spa.

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Get set up for your practice, take a deep breath, and begin your practice with the following playlist. Repeat this a couple times a week to reap the many benefits of restorative yoga. Enjoy!

Restorative Yoga Music Playlist

Segment 1- 30 Minutes

Segment 2- 30 minutes

Segment 3- 30 minutes

I have many yoga playlists available on Journeys of Yoga. Check out my posts Instrumental Yoga Music or Instrumental Yoga Music Playlist #2 for great Vinyasa playlists and Relaxing Savasana Playlist for an amazing Savasana.

Namaste,

Abby

Abby is a teacher (RYT 200) and student of yoga, passionate about her yoga journey and helping others on theirs. She is the blogger behind Journeys of Yoga, a second-grade teacher and a contributing writer at TryBelle Magazine. Learn more about Abby. You can also contact her here.