Kiran Murti begins Namasté Yoga with a timeless sort of composition that provides listeners with an authentic feeling for a yoga experience; by the end of the track, listeners will be able to tackle the nearly ten-minute “Guru Charanam” by Sacred Earth. “Guru Charanam” has an atmospheric feel that approximates the winds and cold chill that a late-spring outdoor gathering would have. The momentum ebbs and flows in a fashion that ensures that listeners will continue to be motivated throughout, and the sheer depth and breadth of the music acts as a brief introduction to the similarly extensive array of styles and approaches that are taken on further in this collection.
Karunesh provides things alluring with “Flowing Bamboo,” a six-plus minute effort that leads listeners through a number of soundscapes. While the track begins with bold, strong strokes, the woodwinds and additional instruments unite to create a cogent and beautiful composition. Kiran Murti’s “Pitta” is the penultimate track on Namasté Yoga and draws listeners back to a timeless and classical experience. This song creates a narrative that will resound with fans long after the album has ceased. While only three minutes in length, Murti makes this arrangement one for the ages. Sacred Earth’s “Moola Mantra” completes this release, the perfect yin to Murti’s yang; the album begins and ends with the same Murti / Sacred Earth dynamic. The sequencing of this album creates a strong sense of finality – listeners are given a beginning and an end to a yoga session.