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Posted by Guest Scribe on July 7, 2013 in Mindfulness
Our time at Copper Mountain thus far has been truly amazing, but in an attempt to try do all the classes we could, gather inspiration from all the wealth of knowledge that is available to participants of the festival, and dance under the moonlight to the the sweet DJ beats, by Saturday afternoon, we were feeling a little burnt out. Inspired by Eion Finn's Blissology principle, that happiness is...
Posted by Guest Scribe on July 6, 2013 in Community
Seane Corn is the embodiment of an independent woman. Corn's Friday morning class at the Mothership was a packed house, and she used her inspiration from the recent Independence Day in her signature Vinyasa flow practice. She inspired the class to think about what exactly independence means, and reminded us to appreciate the freedoms that we enjoy simply because of the country we live in. In the...
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 July 6, 2013 in Eco
Cover Photo by Ali Kaukas It’s about Connection Wander as we will, there is one place we always call home. We are all citizens of Planet Earth, and we each have a responsibility to protect and preserve our precious home and to honor and respect our dear Mother.  For many who attend Wanderlust, the weekend is a welcome opportunity to connect-with our higher selves, with each other and with...
Posted by Guest Scribe on July 5, 2013 in Community
The bliss that is Wanderlust Colorado kicked off at the base of Copper Mountain Thursday at dusk. Down by the beach, Rue Boheme came to life with dancers twirling fire, spinning scarves, and floating on water moving to bass-filled beats and violin medleys for a crowd of blissed-out yogis. Children waving sparklers and dressed in red, white, and blue reminded us that the inaugural day of...
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...