Yoga, Meditation, and Jazz
Found in the South Pacific Ocean, Norfolk Island is a small island with jagged cliffs, pine trees, sandy beaches with reef-protected waters. In addition to this, there are many options for accommodation in Norfolk Island. It is certainly a good place for a retreat.
WHY DO PEOPLE TAKE A RETREAT?
Taking a retreat allows you to withdraw or pull back from your daily regular life routines while allowing you to gather all your strength and focus them on something you cherish and love, to discover inspiration and motivation, to recover and revitalize yourself, and to find a new and better perspective of life.
One type of retreat that can aid in calming and relaxing the body, mind, and soul is the Sound Vibration Yoga Retreat where Jazz music is used. The retreat is grounded on the idea that sound vibrations impact how individuals interact and interconnect with the world. Music, yoga, and meditation is a great way to align and connect yourself with the world.
WHY LISTEN TO JAZZ MUSIC?
Music can steer the current mood, movement, and even the level of energy of a person. According to Dr.William Klemm of Psychology Today, if you want a more focused state of mind, listen to jazz music. Additionally, listening to jazz music has its mental and health benefits.
- Jazz releases stress. Listening to soothing jazz music to lessen anxiety and stress is as effective as getting a massage. Moreover, tuning in to jazz music before going to bed will produce a lengthier and improved sleep during the night plus less dysfunction through the day reducing depression by 25% as compared to those who do not listen to jazz. Blue in Green by Miles Davis, Almost Blue by Chet Baker, and Blue Train by Coltrane are a few examples of these relaxing jazz music.
- Jazz gives you more focus and energy. Upbeat jazz music improves your concentration and raises your heart rate, provides motivation and diminishes exhaustion when working out. Jazz music also improves your efficiency at work, creativity, and provides new perspectives, ideas, and resolutions to unsettled problems. Steppin by McCoy Tyner, Cavatina by Eric Alexander, and Adoracao by Eric Reed are examples of jazz music to improve your focus and energy.