Sinopsis

Live improvised musical accompaniment for Vinyasa Flow Yoga by multi-instrumentalist Nathan Zavalney. Thank you to all of you have listened to this podcast of music for yoga over the last 3 years. This episode is a track from my upcoming release "Vinyasa Volume 2". This will be the fianl offering I am creating in podcast format. The podcast episodes take quite a lot of time to produce, and I have decided to refocus that time on creating new music for yoga and meditation. You can find my music for purchase and streaming on Spotify, iTunes, Pandora, CD Baby, and other streaming services. When you listen to my music through these services (whether buying or streaming) it supports me in continuing to create and share music! If you are a regular listener (or first time) drop me a line at nathan@missoulasoundworks.com I would love to hear from people who are enjoying the music about how you are using it! Find out more about music by Nathan Zavalney at LiveYogaSoundscapes.com. Also-check out Northwest Yogafeast at www.nwyogafeast.com If you are an instructor or studio owner and would be interested in hosting a live music yoga event, or have suggestions for studios to visit please e-mail nathan@missoulasoundworks.com If you enjoy this podcast please take time to give a rating, review, and share with friends!This podcast consists of live recordings of Nathan playing for a weeekly Saturday morning class led by Brian Baty of Inner Harmony yoga in Missoula, Montana. The recording is music only, the instructors voice is not audible. These are solo improvised performances using no pre-recorded audio (with the exception of some nature soundscapes) created using a variety of acoustic and electronic instruments and live looping techniques. If you enjoy this podcast and would like to support it's production please go to https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2782670&u=2782670&ty=h to make a contribution to my account on the website Patreon. Find out more about Nathan's music at LiveYogaSoundscapes.com If you would like to bring Nathan to your studio for a Live Music Yoga event, please feel free to e-mail him at nathan@missoulasoundworks.com

Episodios

  • Final episode! Live Music Yoga 9/9/2016-Go to http:www.LiveYogaSoundscapes.com for new and upcoming yoga and meditation music.

    Final episode! Live Music Yoga 9/9/2016-Go to http:www.LiveYogaSoundscapes.com for new and upcoming yoga and meditation music.

    09/09/2016 Duración: 01h00s

    Thank you to all of you have listened to this podcast of music for yoga over the last 3 years. This episode is a track from my upcoming release "Vinyasa Volume 2". This will be the fianl offering I am creating in podcast format. The podcast episodes take quite a lot of time to produce, and I have decided to refocus that time on creating new music for yoga and meditation. You can find my music for purchase and streaming on Spotify, iTunes, Pandora, CD Baby, and other streaming services. When you listen to my music through these services (whether buying or streaming) it supports me in continuing to create and share music! If you are a regular listener (or first time) drop me a line at nathan@missoulasoundworks.com I would love to hear from people who are enjoying the music about how you are using it! Find out more about music by Nathan Zavalney at LiveYogaSoundscapes.com . Also-check out Northwest Yogafeast at www.nwyogafeast.com If you are an instructor or studio owner and would be interested in hosting a l

  • Live Music Yoga 5/03/2016

    Live Music Yoga 5/03/2016

    03/05/2016 Duración: 01h00s

    Live musical accompaniment for Yoga by multi-instrumentalist Nathan Zavalney. If you are a regular listener (or first time) drop me a line at nathan@missoulasoundworks.com I would love to hear from people who are enjoying the music about how you are using it! This podcast consists of a live recording of Nathan playing during a flow yoga practice at Inner Harmony Yoga on April 9th, 2016. The recording is music only, the instructors voice is not audible.This is a solo improvised performance using no pre-recorded audio (with the exception of some nature soundscapes) created using a variety of acoustic and electronic instruments and live looping techniques. The music follows the dynamic of the class, beginning very slowly and becoming more rhythmic and focused. If you enjoy this podcast and would like to support it's production please go to www.PayPal.Me/NathanZavalney to make a direct contribution through Paypal, or https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2782670&u=2782670&ty=h to make a contribution to my account on th

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