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Noise

we love music. it’s what gets us going on and off the mat. want to know what we’re listening to? stay tuned…

ODDbeats – Women DJ’s, Techno Babes, and Electric Ladies

Hi!

Caitlin Randolph here – May’s #ODDlight feature.

I was going to make a feel good playlist of empowering songs to get you going in the right direction. Our environment has a powerful influence on our mood. HOWEVER – looks like the One Down Dog spotify already had a – Love Yo’ Self – playlist going – so I added to that (my additions are from the singing in the rain “good morning” song and downward).

AND THEN

created a new playlist that is equally as empowering and feel good for other reasons.

ELECTRIC LADIES! TECHNO BABES! LADY DJ’S!

Enjoy – special shout out to my friends Audrey Love and Greyson Beffa for their massive contributions to the playlist and my sister Lauren who’s given me my music my whole life. None of my playlists are ever a solo effort. Requests in class encouraged!

#ODDbeats – Yoni Berk’s Spotify Playlist – Influences from 90’s to – ’08.

Being a well playlisted yoga studio brings us pride. But we don’t make those playlists. TEACHERS DO!

Yoni teaches Monday and Tuesday nights in Silverlake. He’s a pretty classic teacher, with O.D.D. on brand bad jokes, and AMAZINGLY DIVERSE PLAYLISTS!

Take a listen and check us out on Spotify –

Spotify #ODDbeats by Karen Resulto

Check out Karen Resulto’s spotify playlist ODD Love. This playlist just like Karen and her Buti Yoga class will get you movin’ and feelin’ wild.

Haven’t been to Buti?

Anyone is welcome! Our buti class is open to men, women, and any human who wants to shake it. Tribal dance, yoga, plyometrics – it gets your heart pounding and your smiling spirit flowin’

Catch a special Buti Glow March 27th – Tuesday night. Regularly priced class with glitter, glow, and neon. Oh yeah, and a whole lot of shaking your Buti.

#ODDbeats By Kim Ritley (The Yogi Doula)

This is Kim Ritley’s #ODDbeats playlist for the month.

It’s her drive home from work playlist… it just so happens that as a Doula her work is birthing babies.

PLAY THE PLAYLIST

 

Check her out on Spotify – Kim’s Spotify

And if you need a Doula – she’s your gal!

Follow One Down Dog to hear a new playlist each month! ONE DOWN DOG

Have songs you’d love to hear in class or on a playlist – holla’ at us. We’re body DJ’s AND music DJ’s. #weloveplaylists

On Rotation: September Yoga Playlist

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Music has always been a huge part of my life. As a child I could be found wandering around the playground singing The Little Mermaid. In elementary school I played piano and clarinet in the school band. In middle school I sang in choir and musicals. In high school I took voice lessons and taught myself guitar. As an “adult” I’ve performed in bands(we played our first show at one down dog!) and go to see other bands play as often as I can. And if I’m being completely honest, I can still be found singing The Little Mermaid from time to time.

When I was in teacher training, I couldn’t wait to learn about structuring a sequence and creating yoga playlists. Needless to say, music is a huge part of the experience on the mat. That’s why I take time to create yoga playlists that have a life to them. I like to being practice with a few moments of silence, allowing time to check in, connect with the breath and set an intention. The first few songs are usually pretty mellow, without lyrics, to set a chill tone which is perfect for warming up and starting to loosen up the body. Then the songs pick up a little bit and help to provide energy as we flow. Towards the end of class, the songs start to mellow out again and provide a comforting type of atmosphere that allows for chilling out and melting into a relaxing Savasana. Check out what I have on rotation in my flow classes this week:

I think it’s safe to say that everyone here at One Down Dog loves music, too. Check out some of the other music we’ve shared. Want to suggest some awesome tunes? Feel free to share them with us here in the comments, on twitter, facebook or email.