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Posted by admin on May 14, 2013 in Eco
“It is true that changing your life today means lowering your risk for tomorrow.”  In her talk, "Think Pink, Live Green", Dr. Marisa Weiss arms women with the knowledge and strategies to reduce the environmental risks that cause breast cancer.  In her talk, she revealed the somewhat-staggering statistic that only 10% of breast cancers are caused by inherited genes. Attendees left her...
Posted by admin on May 13, 2013 in Yoga
Our featured Trailblazer of the week is Anne Marie Kramer: Wanderlust expert, founder of ZUDA Yoga (recently expanded to three Sacramento locations), and mama to the River man (that's right - she named her adorable son River!)  She’s always a Wanderlust fest favorite, inspiring growth and change with her vibrant, intuitive teaching.  With a degree in Exercise Physiology and 18...
Posted by admin on May 12, 2013 in Yoga
When creating the Wanderlust line-up, we take care to curate a list of inspiring and memorable instructors.  We strive to simultaneously bring you some of the biggest personalities in yoga worldwide along with a careful selection of some of the region's most well-respected teachers, giving you the chance to study with gifted teachers that you wouldn't find at your local studio. It’s our goal...
Posted by admin on May 11, 2013 in Community
Today is the first in our new series of artist curated playlists to get you ready to rock at Wanderlust this summer. Look forward to new playlists created by our Wanderlust music-makers: the ones you'll find serenading you in your yoga classes, headlining the main stage, and delivering beats late night at the festival. East Forest is taking the stage at Wanderlust Colorado, California, and up in...
Posted by Adventure on May 10, 2013 in Adventure
~ By Jeff Liffmann   In August of 2009, I made a spontaneous decision with a few friends to take a trip from Buenos Aires, Argentina to the Patagonian ski resort of Bariloche. We walked to the bus station, purchased our tickets, took the Subte (subway) home, packed our bags, and 4 hours after making the initial decision to go, we were on a 20+ hour bus ride across the width of Argentina...
Posted by Guest Scribe on May 9, 2013 in Inspiration
Hiking up the trail to Nevada Falls in Yosemite National Park this weekend I had a little revelation around energy and where it comes from. I had just completed a 9 day juice cleanse, where I was drinking only raw juice, soup and smoothies. The hike was very demanding yet I had lots of energy to spare. From the old model of calories in, calories out, it made no sense.  How could I have this...