health

Posted by Guest Scribe on July 6, 2013 in Nourish
Wanderlust Colorado has had the great fortune of having Dr. Mark Hyman as one of its keynote speakers for their Speakeasy lecture series. With his 6 New York Times Best-Selling books, Dr. Hyman is clearly passionate about his work and dedicated to educating people about the dangers of what he calls “diabesity”. Dr. Hyman is a holistic doctor and an extraordinary advocate for reframing “how we...
Posted by Guest Scribe on June 27, 2013 in Inspiration
~ by Sara Gottfried, M.D.  When I was in my thirties, I was working hard. I won’t tell you that I was working too hard, but I was working without sufficient balance. My day job was as a doctor at a Health Maintenance Organization, which I regard as my years in McMedicine. It meant seeing dozens of patients every day, never stopping for a lunch break and squeezing extra-extra hours...
Posted by admin on March 30, 2013 in Nourish
This year we are pleased to host Dr. Mark Hyman, M.D. as a Wanderlust speaker, educator, and advocate. Dr. Hyman will be speaking at Wanderlust Colorado in keynote fashion on Friday, July 5 at 4pm.  It's worth noting that this lecture will not be taking place in the typical Speakeasy venue, but in the Big Horn conference room.  Why would we put a doctor in a space normally reserved for...
Posted by admin on January 11, 2013 in Yoga
Most yogis will recall the brouhaha that erupted over Mr. William Broad's article that appeared in the New York Times Magazine a year ago, entitled "How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body", an excerpt from his book "The Science of Yoga".  It wasn't a mere blip on the yoga conversation radar: anyone who had anything to do with ever having set foot upon a yoga mat chimed in, offering their two cents on...
Posted by admin on November 27, 2012 in Mindfulness, Nourish
  We all know that the effects of meditation can be felt in myriad aspects of our lives: deeper connections, increased ability to focus, and a greater sense of calm. But have you ever considered what your mindfulness practice might do to your waistline?  A recent article in PsychCentral.com suggests that those who commit to a regular mindfulness practice are better at discerning the...