Real Music’s “Namasté” series feature Asian themed music for meditation, relaxation and healing practices, surrounding the listener in a cloud of serene beauty. Namasté Yoga continues that trend with a collection of musical pieces designed to present a comforting, supportive atmosphere within which yoga practice can flourish. The music has a strong Indian character, and all the pieces are on the softer side. A prime example would be Rajendra Teredesai’s sublime “Shakit Dhyana,” which features the contemplative twirls of the bansuri flute against the swirling drone of sitar and chimes. Pure sitar lies at the forefront of Kiran Murti’s “Pitta” — a lovely track steeped in traditional Indian classical sounds, and Karunesh spices up his Indian dabblings with a healthy dose of synth and rhythm on “Flowing Bamboo.” Across the board, this is fantastic atmosphere music for yoga practice.