California

Posted by Shanie Matthews on August 3, 2011 in
“I don't want to be here.” A strange comment to come out of a yoga teacher about to lead a few hundred of us into an hour and a half class, but in reality most of us felt exactly the same. We don't want to be sitting crossed-legged in front of Seane Corn, because it means we are hurting. We are all here for one reason...to mend a broken heart. It is the last day of an awe-inspiring four...
Posted by on August 3, 2011 in
Hats and mats off to all the Wanderlusters who made our third annual California event such an amazing experience. It was beautiful to watch the magic unfold day after day -- thank you to all the teachers, musicians, volunteers, staff, vendors, sponsors and attendees who helped make Wanderlust California a truly unforgettable experience. We hope to see all of your smiling faces again next year,...
Posted by Hannah Bechard on August 2, 2011 in
I hope travels have been safe, and that along with your luggage, you are carrying with you the community and collective thought that IS Wanderlust. Its funny, and normal to leave such a beautiful gathering of like-minded people, and find yourself getting a little lost, and sucked into what is 'the stream'. The stream of energy held in our upper chest, thoughts jumbled up in our minds, and a...
Posted by Tali Koziol on August 2, 2011 in
Over 12 years ago my career in Event Planning began with working music festivals. Whether managing Will Call or handling Backstage Hospitality, I always enjoyed being behind the scenes and having a task to do. When I started planning my trip to Wanderlust I looked into volunteering, after all what better way to learn a lot about the festival in a quick manner. Once I was accepted to volunteer...
Posted by Tali Koziol on August 2, 2011 in
On my last day of Wanderlust I wasn't sure my body was ready for another class and volunteer shift. However when I had the opportunity to check out Kathryn Budig's “Spice Up Your Yoga” I figured, best to keep moving than to spend the morning sitting still. I took Budig's “Keep Calm and Bakasana On” workshop on Thursday so I was curious to see what another more traditional class might be...
Posted by Hannah Bechard on July 31, 2011 in
Lining up outside the Gaiam Tent, the energy was buzzing and elated. Never having taken class with Seane, I was looking forward to this class the most. Seane draws a crowd, and draws it in fast. The mane of a goddess entered the tent first, followed by goddess herself. Her pure being was Immediately revealed the moment she asked the class to bring it in, come closer, and open everything. She...