Speakeasy

Posted by Guest Scribe on June 23, 2013 in Yoga
Cover Photo: Speakeasy Q&A by Ali Kaukas Are you a yoga teacher? A huge portion of people who come to Wanderlust, or any yoga conference, are yoga teachers themselves. Some of them might be trying to travel with yoga workshops, some might be studio owners, others might be looking to book their very first group class. One common denominator is the fact that most teachers could use stand to...
Posted by admin on June 17, 2013 in Yoga
"Whether it’s an electronic music concert or a rock concert, when you’re sharing a space with a big group and everyone’s moving to the same beat, throwing their hands up at the same time, there is a sense of unity and connectedness.  Your happiness and the happiness of those around you is as one – you drown out that little inner voice, the small self, the ego, and access a higher self,"...
Posted by admin on June 10, 2013 in Community
Have you ever felt too small to make a difference?  The concept of community change can be daunting – let alone the audacious aspiration of world change -- and at times it seems too big an issue to tackle. But if we decide to opt for a passive instead of proactive attitude every time a challenge seems too large great, how will change ever be accomplished? You’ve heard it before, but Margaret...
Posted by admin on June 3, 2013 in Inspiration
“Where science and logic ends, the mythology and philosophy begins.  These deities explain something that can never be fully explained, they must be experienced,” says Manoj Chalam in his Wanderlust Vermont 2012 Speakeasy talk, “Hindu and Buddhist Deities: The Power of Their Archetypes in Yoga.”  Join Manoj as he uses humor, personal experience and his thorough knowledge to educate...
Posted by admin on May 20, 2013 in Inspiration
We are excited to share this inspiring speakeasy talk by Mira Kelley, regression and past life therapist, who tells her personal success story with regression therapy and how it cured her TMJ condition.  Instead of undergoing a drastic operation, Mira miraculously cured her TMJ with two regression therapy sessions, in which she directly connected her physical ailment with lessons her body...
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...