Magical Rest is an initiative to bring positive energy and peace to people.

On our YouTube channel, you will find videos combined with relaxation, meditation, and sleep music.

The MR team is also interested in conscious dreaming, astral travel, or simply a healthy lifestyle. 


Everybody needs a relaxation place to gather his strength now to give a better fight in tomorrow in the arena of life! – Mehmet Murat ildan

Hatha Yoga

Indian yoga tradition based primarily on asana body postures, the six kriya cleansing processes, and breath control. One of the authoritative texts of this school is the Hathayogapradipika.

Vinyasa Yoga

A branch of yoga that has its roots in Indian culture. It is a dynamic variety of yoga. Its invigorating qualities are based on the connection of breathing technique with movement. The system of "movement-breath" or vinyasa is what distinguishes Ashtanga from other forms of yoga. The word Ashtanga refers to the eight components of yoga.

Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga is derived from kundalini, defined in Vedantic culture as the energy that slumbers at the base of the spine until it is activated and directed upward through the chakras in the process of spiritual perfection. Proponents believe that Kundalini is the power associated with the divine feminine.

Intuitive Yoga

During an intuitive yoga session, we listen to our inner dance that inspires outer movement. We learn on the mat how to withdraw the mind and ego from directing our actions. Instead, we inspire feelings and intuition. We learn to listen to our inner dance and let it create our outer movements.

Aroma Yoga

As the name suggests it is yoga performed in the company of all kinds of aromatic additives which floating in the air add not only the atmosphere but through the smell relax the whole body.

Slow Yoga

Slow Yoga is a low-impact workout that can help you get into shape gradually. It is in sharp contrast to power yoga or its active aerobic based version. This type of yoga is actually a combination of modified Vinyasa Flow and Hatha Yoga. It doesn't have as many transitions as classic Vinyasa yoga, but it has more flow than Hatha Yoga.



The practice of exercising the mind or putting oneself into an altered state of consciousness for beneficial effect, either so that the mind recognizes the content of the altered state without identifying with it or as an end in itself. The term meditation refers to a wide variety of practices, including techniques to increase internal life force energy and to develop compassion, love, patience, generosity, and forgiveness. 



Relaxation Music

Researchers have shown that music not only affects our emotions, but also how we feel pain. A study of post-surgery patients found that listening to relaxing music or, with better results, their favorite songs, helped patients ease their feelings of pain.

Reduces stress

When you type „relaxation music” into a search engine you will find thousands of results. But does listening to relaxing music really reduce stress? The answer is yes.

The sounds of nature improve our concentration

The sound of rain tapping against a windowpane, a river flowing, tireless ocean waves bouncing on a reef, the song of a whale… The sounds of nature have a cleansing effect on our body. It’s like going back to our roots. It concentrates us and liberates us at the same time.

Reduces pain perception

Listening to relaxing music after surgery, improves the recovery process for the patient. It also helps to experience this difficult time a little more pleasantly and with less stress. It is worth mentioning that an article posted in Psychology Today stated that relaxing music reduces pain sensations, triggers the production of endorphins and even strengthens our immune system.

Out Of Body Experience

The sensation of perceiving the world outside of one’s own physical body. People who claim to have experienced an OBE are said to be able to move, observe, and communicate with other intelligent beings while their bodies are asleep or in deep relaxation. Esotericists believe that some people experience one or more brief episodes during their lifetime for no apparent reason; others claim to be able to induce them consciously, such as through meditation.