Yoga

Posted by Guest Scribe on July 15, 2013 in Yoga
My meditation teachers have taught me to think of my Yoga as having two interdependent parts: Sitting quietly, the inner work I do to become healthy, happy, and whole. And Sweeping the Garden, the outer work I do to become healthy, happy, and whole. The inner work we do in Yoga heals our bodies, hearts and minds and brings with it the inspiration to share what we ha ve learned. The outer work,...
Posted by Guest Scribe on July 7, 2013 in Yoga
Taking in a Shiva Rea class has been on my bucket list for many, many years. Coming from the Canadian prairies, it isn't often that yogic sages come to pay us a visit. So when planning my Wanderlust Colorado schedule, Shiva Rea was on the top of my list. DJ Fabian Alsultany accompanied Rea, offering musical vibrations for the entire space. I thought it was perfectly fitting, as The Alchemist is...
Posted by on June 30, 2013 in Yoga
~by Lara Rosenbaum If you love yoga, music, inspiration and all things organic: keep reading. Squaw Valley is gearing up for its fifth season of Wanderlust, the massive outdoor yoga/music/spirit festival that streaks across the U.S. The world’s top yoga teachers, like Shiva Rea, Seane Corne and Ana Forrest teach specialty classes while the likes of Moby and Trombone Shorty light up the...
Posted by Guest Scribe on June 24, 2013 in Yoga
Dudes, do yoga. It’s not just for women. The first impression of the practice of yoga to a dude might seem like an activity for bendy flexible women wearing tight bright clothes. We may not admit it, but that can be an intimidating scene to walk into. We see people bending like pretzels and think that to be “good” at yoga we need to fold, twist, and bend like we see other do to be “good at it...
Posted by Guest Scribe on June 23, 2013 in Yoga
Cover Photo: Speakeasy Q&A by Ali Kaukas Are you a yoga teacher? A huge portion of people who come to Wanderlust, or any yoga conference, are yoga teachers themselves. Some of them might be trying to travel with yoga workshops, some might be studio owners, others might be looking to book their very first group class. One common denominator is the fact that most teachers could use stand to...
Posted by Guest Scribe on June 23, 2013 in Yoga
Cover Photo: Yoga on a Horse by Maria Gotay Years ago, I took a weekly hoop dance class in the Washington Square Park area of New York City. I had never been athletically minded before but, dancing around the gymnasium with that hoop flying around my waist, spinning and leaping from foot to foot as I traveled the circumference of the room, I reached a magical state of flow. It was something I...