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     April 9, 2019      #22-99 PB1 0
 
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Mike Terrill
Rochester musician composes pieces for Mayo yoga classes

By John Molseed
jmolseed@postbulletin.com


Most music composers would probably not appreciate their pieces being called background noise.

Mike Terrill, the songwriter behind the band Fires of Denmark, composed a 45-minute piece to be played during restorative yoga sessions.

However, neither Terrill nor Chris Armstrong, the restorative yoga instructor who commissioned the piece, would describe the composition as background noise. The piece adds to the yoga class.

Restorative yoga is a practice that combines comfortable positions, controlled ...

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Yoga instructor Chris Armstrong commissioned a unique piece of music by Mike Terrill for her restorative yoga class.

Ken Klotzbach / kklotzbach@postbulletin.com
John joined the Post Bulletin in May 2018. He graduated from the University of Iowa in 2004 with a BA in Journalism and Japanese. Away from the office, John plays banjo, brews beer, bikes and is looking for other hobbies that begin with the letter âb.â