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Posted by admin on November 25, 2013 in Mindfulness
If you've ever spent a few hours cruising the web, you've probably noticed how search results and side-bar advertisements slowly begin to populate the sites you look at, articles you read or online outlets you shop.  Eli Pariser, CEO of Upworthy, and co-founder of Avaaz.org and Board Presiden of MoveOn.org, visited Wanderlust Stratton to share a Speakeasy talk titled, "I Can Haz Meaning: How...
Posted by admin on July 2, 2013 in Adventure
If you've been to a Wanderlust, you've probably run across the amazing YogaSlackers. These guys love to take two things that are challenging on their own and put them together to make something even MORE challenging. Standard equation: Slacklining (hard) + Yoga (also hard) = Slackline Yoga (really hard) In this video: Slackline yoga (really hard) + AcroYoga (also really hard) = SlackroYoga (...
Posted by admin on June 23, 2013 in Mindfulness
As a full-time, work-at-home freelancer, it's tough to set boundaries between my work life and my home life. In fact, it's so hard I often have trouble turning off my brain at night. Instead, I toss and turn for hours before finally falling asleep, and inevitably wake up still tired. With so many meditation classes and restorative workshops on the schedule for Wanderlust, my mission for the...
Posted by Guest Scribe on June 22, 2013 in Nourish
Yoga has consumed my life the past couple of years, making my husband a bit of a yoga widower. So I felt incredibly grateful when Michael agreed to accompany me on my trip up to the Wanderlust Festival this year since yoga's not really his thing. But the weekend of the festival happened to coincide with our sixth wedding anniversary - what kind of wife was I to subject him to a yoga festival...
Posted by Guest Scribe on June 22, 2013 in Yoga
Fact: everyone should try acro yoga. On the surface it can seem like an intimidating or flashy show with feats of acrobatics, incredible strength and flexibility, but the more you dig into it, the more you realize it’s an incredibly different and deep practice. One that calls upon great focus, trust, and connection. Your traditional asana (no matter what style you practice) is a very personal...
Posted by Guest Scribe on June 22, 2013 in Adventure
Maybe Cheryl Strayed had the right idea after all, tossing her hiking boot off a cliff on the Pacific Crest Trail, I think as the soles of my bare feet squish into the soothing coolness of the mud of the Appalachian Trail. I’m the last in our group of nine hikers, lingering to be more in the company of the trees. After riding the gondola up Stratton Mountain, we paused in a small, grassy...