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Posted by Sam Pogue on May 26, 2010 in
Change happens faster than I realized and I've barely been able to catch my breath after recent [all good] events. What this sudden change has allowed, however, is insight into The Curateur's readers' lives. The realization is this: you have to really WANT to be your best self, in order to set your alarm for 6:00AM instead of 8:00AM just for a daily yoga practice or run around your neighborhood,...
Posted by rachel on May 24, 2010 in
This week Wanderlust Wonders features Todd Boston, multi-instrumentalist performer of world and devotional folk music. On stage Todd Boston uses looping technology to create his passionate sound with no pre-recorded tracks. Check out his technique in the video below.What does Wanderlust mean to you?An exciting opportunity to share music and yoga within a conscious minded festival filled with...
Posted by rachel on May 24, 2010 in
Wanderlust Wonders teacher feature this week includes Yoga Psychology specialist Ashley Turner. With a masters from Pacifica Graduate Institute and 13-month Priestess Training, Yoga Psychology is an innovative synthesis of psychology, spirituality, yoga and modern science.What does Wanderlust mean to you?MAGIC! We are a wandering band of artists, musicians, shamans, mystics, healers, priestesses...
Posted by Alice in Wanderlust on May 19, 2010 in
I've been thinking a lot about transition lately.  I've now been living in Boulder, Colorado a month with a trip to Los Angeles and Arizona thrown in there.  Next week I'm in San Francisco.  When you're a wanderluster it sometimes feel like life is in constant transition, ever changing.  Somehow, though, I've realized how resistant I am to embracing the space between solid...
Posted by rachel on May 17, 2010 in
Wanderlust Wonders with Stephanie Sandleben, a New York City-based yoga intructor. What does Wanderlust mean to you?For me Wanderlust is an opportunity to connect with fellow practitioners who embrace the celebratory nature of life.What do you dig most about the combination of yoga and music?I've practiced and taught with the accompaniment of live music--and both experiences have been deeply...
Posted by rachel on May 17, 2010 in
Singer Fanny Frankin and keys player Dan Hastie of Orgone got together and answered our Wanderlust questions.What does Wanderlust mean to you?FF: Good vibes, great music, cool peeps and fresh air!!!What do you dig most about the combination of yoga and music?FF: Well Yoga is so wonderfully healing for the body and the soul. Music does the same thing so it makes perfect sense to combine these two...