Learn to Fly: A Yoga Playlist for Arm Balances

Looking for inspiration to take your yoga practice to new heights? Enjoy these uplifting tunes from #YJInfluencer Denelle Numis.

Author: Publish date: Mar 12, 2018 Social count: 0

Looking for inspiration to take your yoga practice to new heights? Enjoy these uplifting tunes from #YJInfluencer Denelle Numis.

Finding balance means trusting that your body and mind will keep you stable. And when it comes to arm balances, overthinking can be your biggest obstacle. "The minute you stop to think, you've most likely already activated the flight or fight mechanism in your brain and the fear will show up, which only gets in the way," says yoga teacher and #YJInfluencer Denelle Numis.

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Looking for inspiration to take your yoga practice to new heights? Enjoy these uplifting tunes from Numis.

See also 5 Tips to Improve Your Arm Balances

Learn to Fly: A Yoga Playlist for Arm Balances

1. "Flying - Remastered," The Beatles
2. "Expecting To Fly," Buffalo Springfield
3. "Fly Like An Eagle," Steve Miller Band
4. "I'll Fly Away," Rising Appalachia
5. "Learning To Fly," Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
6. "Fly Away," Lenny Kravitz
7. "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)," Missy Elliott
8. "Fly," Nicki Minaj, Rihanna
9. "Sugar How You Get So Fly," Sugar Fix
10. "Fly Away," G-Eazy, Ugochi
11. "Fly," Sugar Ray
12. "Fly Away Another Day," Pretty Lights
13. "Fly," Lettuce
14. "Sail," AWOLNATION
15. "Soaring," JLV
16. "I'm Like A Bird," Nelly Furtado
17. "Feel It In The Air," Beanie Sigel, Melissa
18. "Learn To Fly," Gallant
19. "Soar," Tracey Chattaway
20. "Let Him Fly," Dixie Chicks
21. "Flying," Garth Stevenson

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