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Music for Breathwork

Suggestions, comments, and inquiries about music as used in breathwork.

Community Members: 183
Latest Activity: Jan 18

Music anyone?

Listening to and selecting good music for breathwork can be immensely rewarding in itself. The more ideas and options we have opens up a wider universe of sounds and experiences. Towards this goal Ed started Music for Breathwork in 2009 to share ideas and add to the wealth of possibilities.

In August 2011 we changed the group ownership to an RVA (Revolving Virtual Avatar) with various guest facilitators supporting the group. 

Discussion Forum

Exchanging music sets 14 Replies

Started by Alain Menier. Last reply by erika charbeneau Nov 9, 2016.

suitability of piece (Shpongle) for music set 3 Replies

Started by ronald long. Last reply by Regena Daunicht Nov 10, 2013.

Winamp Crossfader 2 Replies

Started by Dom Munton. Last reply by Dom Munton Nov 10, 2013.

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Comment by Laurane on May 10, 2015 at 12:42am

Hi. I am writing for some help from the group. I am going to certification in July and have started putting together my music sets. Since I don't have a very large collection to music I was hoping someone would be open to sharing their sets with me so I can build my music selections to choose from. My private email is I also have  dropbox account. I love music so any genre would be cool to listen to and experience Thanks is advance. Laurane

Comment by linda carroll on August 24, 2012 at 10:35pm

I am just beginning to use HB in workshops after taking several years off. I am interested in some of the recent music people have found, is there a place where people talk about the tracks they like best?


Comment by Alain Menier on July 16, 2012 at 5:12pm


I know a lot of people like to gather music but have a hard time actually mixing up a set. If you need help with this, I can help you find the tools that will help you. I can also completely mix it for you, if technology really is not your thing.

Also, if you are looking at eventual certification as a HB facilitator, I cannot approve your music set, but I can give you pretty decent feedback on it.

Just send me a message if you need any help.

Cheers !


Comment by lidia ukhaneva on May 18, 2012 at 2:04pm

can not understand, how to play... why it is soooo complicated???

Comment by Joe Altman on February 4, 2012 at 12:14pm


To play FLAC, I use XMMS with the FLAC plugin on FreeBSD.

Hope this helps.

Comment by ronald long on February 4, 2012 at 2:02am

Joe - what are you using FLAC with? I tried it when I first read about it - I use Banshee on Ubuntu, and it seemed to lock it up pretty regularly.

Comment by Joe Altman on February 4, 2012 at 1:52am

Re: "Why MP3s Sound Bad...":

It's nice that FLAC is mentioned. I use it for all of my encoding.

I can reduce a 600 MB CD to about 200 MB, give or take, depending on the music.

Thelonious Monk Live at the 1964 Monterey Jazz_Festival, WAV: 597M total

FLAC: 237M  total

The Rough Guide To The Music Of Okinawa, WAV: 778M total

FLAC: 432M    total

An bonus is that since FLAC is lossless, I can always regain the WAV file by decoding the FLAC.

The only thing it doesn't solve is my CD storage problem.

Comment by Roland (Lenny) Gibson on February 3, 2012 at 1:08pm

Very informative article about sound quality of various recording formats: Why Your MP3s Sound Bad: High-Resolution Audio Explained

Comment by Guy James on November 21, 2011 at 9:00am

Check out my new track, featuring some samples of the spiritual teacher Mooji:

You Are the Seer of Everything'

If anyone would like to use any of my music in their holotropic sets, please let me know and I'll send you some high quality versions.

Comment by Heinz Gerd Lange on November 7, 2011 at 4:40pm



I am new to this network but into Breathwork music since 15+ years. Always on the lookout for new music.

Have read most your comments and already learned heaps about the technical aspect. I still work from CD's, lists and a Dual Mixer but everytime evolves new according to the needs of the  group or the breather. A bit work intensive but always on the spot. Looking forward to share in future


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