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Posted by Alice in Wanderlust on April 9, 2010 in
The dictionary defines wanderlust as, “a strong desire for or impulse to wander or explore.”  I'm one of this globe's blessed and cursed victims of wanderlust.  In three years I've lived in Philadelphia, San Francisco, and DC.  In a week, I'll be landing in my new mountain home, Boulder, Colorado.  I spend weekends hopping from city to city, yoga studio to yoga studio, and...
Posted by wanderlust on April 9, 2010 in
 What does wanderlust mean to you? The insatiable curiosity of "what if?" i suffer willingly from this. What do you dig most about the combination of yoga and music? Both induce an experience of moving mediations.What gets you excited about this year's festival? Grateful for a barefoot friendly environment.Three favorite things in the world right now? Morphic resonance, daylight, &...
Posted by wanderlust on April 9, 2010 in
What does Wanderlust mean to you? Wanderlust to me is where Gypsy Souls, world citizen's like myself, have an opportunity to commune with like-minded souls.  It promises a drenching of the senses, whilst at the same time offering moments of deep quiet renewal. What do you dig most about the combination of yoga and music?Yoga and music are two of my favorite things in the world.  My...
Posted by Sam Pogue on April 9, 2010 in
There are two responses I typically get when I mention that I've just gotten back from a sojourn to Costa Rica and they extend to the accusatory "How'd you manage that?!" to the wistful, "Gosh, that sounds amazing. I'm jealous.". Only here's the thing, my life is not (yet) so fabulous that hopping planes and heading South without a care to budget is my reality. So in the interest of transparency...
Posted by Alice in Wanderlust on March 12, 2010 in
We've all heard it in class before: yoga means union.  To yoke.  Union of mind and body.  Sun and moon.  Our inner landscape and external world.  A yoking of us as practitioners to our community, our breath, and the huge landscape of the globe.Here at Wanderlust we believe the union of yoga and music is a little slice of heaven.  Asana and rhythm. Drums and...
Posted by Jeff Krasno on March 12, 2010 in
After the festival was over last year, I sat on the airplane flying back to New York partially exhausted, partially exhilarated, and a good bit melancholic. It had been a year of work and in the blink of an eye, it was over. When we first conceived of Wanderlust, we set out to create something new – a novel event that would combine some of the things that we value and love more than anything â...