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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 14, 2013 in Inspiration
Cover Photo by Ali Kaukas Across time and culture, music and dance have long been revered for their power to heal body, mind and soul, strengthen the bonds of community and commune with spirit and nature.  Exploration of music allows us to discover deeper aspects of our inner selves. Creating music to facilitate ecstatic and intentional movement practices has been my personal passion,...
Posted by admin on July 12, 2013 in Adventure
I left Copper Mountain fulfilled, stretched both physically and mentally, and honestly quite eager to be on my own. It was beautiful to share Wanderlust with so many like-minded people, but part of this journey was to spend some time alone, and I needed to get on that. The scenery changed as I left the Rockies and drove into the desert. It was spectacular.  Rock formations jutted out...
Posted by admin on July 11, 2013 in Eco, Nourish
We are very happy to welcome back Joel Salatin to the Speakeasy at Wanderlust California to discuss the challenges of today’s farming system and the way to “feeding the world.”  Salatin, owner of Polyface Farms in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, is a third generation organic farmer who is a key contributor to revolutionizing farming and how we eat.  In a recent interview with Reno press,...
Posted by Guest Scribe on July 11, 2013 in Inspiration
I worship a Goddess who cannot be contained no walls shall hold Her vastness Temples erected in Her honor crumble to the ground She is Rising She is the earth stone that anchors all celestial beings She is the chorus of birds at dawn She is the curling breeze cutting through the wavering heat of midday She is the flowing river speaking in ancient tongue She is the inscription and the source of...
Posted by Guest Scribe on July 10, 2013 in Adventure
Cover Photo by Tobias Brunner, Yogaralls by Erica Tess. To wander or not to wander? A question that I have asked myself many times, starting early on when society embedded into my head that to “wander” meant to be “aimless” and that to be aimless meant to be lost and hopeless.  I was raised to believe, like many of my peers, that the path of life is linear. That my purpose was to find my...