Glorious music to relax or meditate. Check out the details below to purchase this lovely album.
"The Secret Life Of Trees" 75 minutes of soundtrack music is available on itunes
Produced by LA composer Tracy Bartelle ("Cheesecake Casserole" "Passions" NBC) this "Enya" style music is suitable for hatha yoga flow, slow flow,meditation, ballet barre,relaxation,stretching, massage, reiki healing, pre natal and post natal care, sleep aide and hospice facilities and music to soothe baby by.
Each five minute composition transitions smoothly to the next making it perfect for yoga flow practice. There are also Tibetan bowls and the sound of a light wind rustling through the trees throughout the music which is very soothing.
The last 2 tracks are mantras with a Shavasana at the end.
All of the tracks are available individually on itunes:
and the 75 minute music flow version you see here is available on itunes:
For licensing information please contact the Publisher at (email) : email@example.com
"The Secret Life Of Trees" c.2011 (T.Bartelle/Circe Invidiosa Music/BMI)
All Rights Reserved.
~"Tracy's album is one of those rare finds! As a yoga teacher and reiki practitioner, I am constantly scouting for music that helps support a peaceful, meditative and healing environment. Tracy's "The Secret Life Of Trees" does just that. This grace filled album is cleverly timed at 1 hour 15 mins. With a wide variety of songs seamlessly flowing together. Tracy's angelic voice is a touch of light, sweet and sacred. Her version of the Mantra's "Aum Shanti" is truly a welcomed piece of peace. My students are as much in love with this album as I am. Each time I use it in one of my classes or a Reiki session, something magical happens for us all.
I am very happy to share my little secret, "The Secret Life Of Trees" with all that are seeking Joy." Kimberly Schultz, Yoga Teacher, Reiki Master, Los Angeles
~"Tracy Bartelle's 'The Secret Life Of Trees' is 75 minutes of pure magical, de-stressing, musical bliss. Now that I've discovered it---I never leave home without it.
Brava, Tracy!" Paul F. Antonelli, Music Supervisor, NBC Universal
~"I wanted to play Tracy's music in my intermediate yoga class to change things up a bit..And oh boy did it ever! It inspired me to teach a slow flow class to my students (my classes usually aren't as flowy)..All of my students thought this class was so special and were so inspired by the music that everyone of them had a glow on their faces when they left class..Her music gave them that yoga buzz (calm) that we all want from a class." Lauri Janover, Yoga teacher and Actor, Los Angeles