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Posted by Guest Scribe on July 4, 2013 in Inspiration
~ By Sage Plakosh It all starts with a dream - and the courage to chase it.And every good road starts and ends at the same place. The Oxford dictionary defines Wanderlust as: A strong, innate desire to travel. “a man consumed by Wanderlust” That’s me all right- for as long as I can remember, I’ve been consumed by that never-ending desire to go, to travel, to be in the moment.I...
Posted by admin on June 26, 2013 in Inspiration
Four days of sun. Four days of the sun/shining. Shining on our bodies. In our bodies.  Cycling through and vibrating back out. Coming out as a sweet nectar.  Feeling the heat. Heating up. We are heating up. Together we are heating up. Soaring back in. Back into our bodies, and back into our hearts. The sun is shining. I can see the nectar coming out of your heart.  I can see your...
Posted by admin on June 19, 2013 in Community
Cover Photo: Taken yesterday at Stratton Mountain, prepping for Wanderlust This Friday, communities throughout the northern hemisphere will be celebrating the summer solstice - the longest day of the year, when light is most abundant and we honor our connection to the sun. It’s no coincidence that our first festival of the season falls over this sacred occurrence, and I’ve found myself...
Posted by Sean on June 5, 2013 in Yoga
Cover Photo: This is NOT me.  But... I did take the photo. By Sean Hoess ~  In a recent interview, I was asked about my personal yoga practice, a question to be expected of someone who's a co-founder of a certain well-known yoga festival. I think I managed a relatively cogent answer -- and heck, it was for a business TV show anyway -- but after a moment of reflection, I knew that I...
Posted by Jess on May 29, 2013 in Community
“This is Jess, she’s a recovering showgirl.”  Straight from the mouth of my delighted friend, I have now been introduced to a full table of new people.  My jaw goes slack and my eyes grow frantically wide, as I quickly grapple with ways in which I can explain his statement to everyone present, including myself.  I hadn’t even used the adjective dancer in an introductory sentence...
Posted by Karina on May 22, 2013 in Mindfulness
"There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so." ~ William Shakespeare Leave it to ol' Bill to have been hip to the notion of neuroplasticity back in the days when he was penning Hamlet by candlelight (around 1603). Indeed, artists often presaged concepts that were touted as scientific "discoveries", as Jonah Lehrer's eye-opening collection "Proust was a Neuroscientist" makes clear...