My music for yoga and meditation contain sounds to help create more expansive, focussed states, and activate the light consciousness codes built into the human design. There is music to energise or relax, for flow yoga, mantra and nidra. Chill out with the chill-out lounge, surf music, ambient music; tranquil, evocative or cinematic.

Stream hours of my music and playlists. Links below or search for Being Ambient Music or Johann Kotze.  
on my Youtube Channel 
from my Soundcloud profile 

On Spotify
● iTunes stream and buy
beingambientmusic.com or Google me
● Buy at Bandcamp

Johann Kotze Music & Yoga iTunes

Music is magical

When I produce music it feels similar to meditation and doing or teaching yoga. The notes, frequencies and rhythms is a conscious cosmos, breathing, rising, falling, expanding quietly, or with a pulse or drive, to fill space with light. And I’m simply playing with these moving layers of sound, or audible awareness.

I think of this as Consciousness Music. The flow of creative energy and result of creativity comes from the source. So my wish for these sounds is that they infuse the spaces where people live, work, create, do yoga or meditation or therapy in, with energy to assist their processes of becoming conscious, help “awaken a light resonance” connection to the infinite. Reference my blog and Music for Light Body Consciousness video. 

Royalty Free Licensing

My music is licensed to apps, used on Youtube videos, in therapy practices, public or private, and offered on many third party royalty free stock websites.

● All
public tracks are available for Royalty Free Licensing at $ 25 per track for standard, non-exclusive, digital use
● Exclusively licenses available for commissions

Please contact me with your querry. 

Attend a music & yoga event or workshop.

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Enjoy! Blessings, Johann, July 2016.

Being Ambient Music

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1 Comment

  1. Danielle
    February 13, 2016

    That’s a well thought out answer to a challenging question.

    Reply

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