10 Songs For Your Yoga Playlist
Get ready to shake your Asana. Whether you do your yoga practice in the morning, in the park, or late at night before hitting up the club, here are the top 10 songs to break out a downward dog too.

1. Re-Awaken by Wade Morrisette
With a name like that, can you really go wrong by adding this song to your yoga playlist? Absolutely not! ‘Re-Awaken’ is sung by Alanis Morrisette’s brother, Wade Morrisette and if that wasn’t enough to convince you that this is a must-play during your yoga practice, the fact that he’s also a yogi should… And if you’re still not sure, just give the tune a listen to.

Wade Morrisette actually has a ton of amazing yoga songs for your playlist. A quick search through his Youtube and you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for.

2. Sarvesham Svastir Bhavatu (Peace Mantra) by Tina Turner
Tina Turner isn’t just popular for ‘What’s Love Got to Do With It’, “Private Dancer”, and “We Don’t Need Another Hero". Her latest venture is all about her spiritual journey through music, and Sarvesham Svastir Bhavatu (Peace Mantra) is definitely worthy of your playlist.

3. Hallelujah by Rufus Wainwright
If you’re looking for an oldie but a goodie, look no further. Hallelujah is the perfect song for your yoga playlist, and it’s one that is certain to spark all kinds of feel-good vibes within your practice.

4. Mangalam by Prem Joshua
Startup your yoga flow with this uplifting song for your yoga playlist. Mangalam is highly recommended for channeling good luck and well wishes, just like our Mala beads. Combine the two during your next yoga session and you’ll be ready to take on the world, with a hefty dose of luck on your side.

5. Yoga by Janelle Monae
Don’t be mistaken – this yoga song will not put you in zen. What it will do though is pump up your spirit with all kinds of exciting vibes that are perfect for power yoga or flow class. This yoga song deserves to be every yogi's theme song.

6. Ong Namo by Snatam Kaur
Translated to English, ‘Ong Namo’ means ‘I bow to the subtle divine wisdom.” So, naturally, this song needs to be on your yoga playlist. Not only it is spiritually powerful but it’ll also bring plenty of soothing elements into your practice. Plus, it’s a feel-good song!

7. Sarayama by Habib Koite
Anything by Habib Koite is fair game for a yoga playlist. However, for the sake of consistency, we listed one of our favorites – Sarayama. The beat is perfect for all types of yoga and it’s uplifting and energizing.

8. Light of my Soul by Ajeet Kaur
Another powerful song for your yoga playlist is ‘Light of my Soul’, and for obvious reasons. One of our favorite lines is “I am beautiful… I am the light of my soul.”

9. Yamore by Salif Keita and Casaria Evora
Everything from the lead vocals to the acoustic guitar, background vocals, and lyrics of Yamore are beautiful. If you translate the lyrics into English, this song is all about love and surviving the storm that is life.

10. Over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World Medley by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole
A few seconds into this medley, and you’ll know exactly why we’ve deemed it as one of the best songs for your yoga playlist. Plus, it combines two classic songs into one, and you just can’t go wrong with that.

Grab your Mala beads, yoga mat, and loudspeaker (or headphones for a quieter practice). These are the top yoga songs for your yoga playlist, and ones that will add a variety of different vibes and inspiration into your practice.

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