Posted by admin on March 18, 2011 in
Hey Phoenix â€“ the Wanderlust experience is headed your way!
As part of a seven city national tour celebrating the modern day culture of yoga, we will be making our way to Phoenix for a one-of-a-kind large scale yoga inspired event in beautiful Civic Center Park.
Wanderlust Yoga in the City will feature a taste of the Wanderlust Festival experience complete with top-notch yoga instructors,...
Posted by on March 14, 2011 in
Being that you are one of the first certified Anusara students and teachers, what inspired you about Anusara to get into it?
I was inspired to get into Anusara Yoga by John Friend who showed me than I thought I was and that it was cool to be fully myself and to shine my own unique light in the world.
Earliest yoga memory?
My earliest yoga memory was doing Bikram Yoga at the LA Convention Center...
Posted by YOGANONYMOUS on March 14, 2011 in
As we get started here on the official last work week of winter, I find myself trying to accomplish 108 things at once -- typical behavior especially for a Monday morning in New York City."Slow down" I try to remind myself. Focus on the task at hand, and do one thing at a time. Procrastinating still, I remembered a great article, written by my friend Mary Mann via YOGANONYMOUS, about becoming...
Posted by Greg Franklin on March 7, 2011 in
Jason Nemer has been blessed with countless teachers on his path. His younger brother first brought him into gymnastics in 1987, beginning his "inverted" career. His teenage years were deeply influenced by the training techniques of Russian and Bulgarian Acrobatic Masters. Competing among the best acrobats in the world opened his eyes to many advanced expressions of body control and balance....
Posted by on March 4, 2011 in
To all of our teachers out there, now is your chance to join Wanderlust Festival and teach a class!
First, go to our Facebook and post a 1-2 minute long video on our wall telling us and showing us why you should teach at Wanderlust 2011. Show us your poses, touch your toes with your nose -- express yourself in any way you like!
If you have a video camera on your computer, you can record...
Posted by Steve Gold on March 4, 2011 in
Wanderlust has asked me to write a monthly guest blog for their Friday in Music and Dance issue. I have chosen to write the first entry about how music moves me, and to find out how music moves you.
"Music hath charms to soothe a savage breast, to soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak" wrote William Congreve in 1697. Most of the time interpreted as "music calms the savage heart," the word "breast"...