Yoga

Posted by admin on April 23, 2013 in Community
Today's Trailblazer is Austin-based yoga teacher Gioconda Parker, who has been practicing, teaching and studying yoga for over 15 years. In 2008, she initiated and co-founded the community movement “Changing the World, One Om at a Time,” a seva project designed to unite yoga communities in practice and service. Embodying the idea that teachers must also be students, Gioconda is currently...
Posted by Guest Scribe on April 18, 2013 in Inspiration, Yoga
The alarm either bodily or electronic nags at me each early morning to awaken, partake in my 6-minute ayurvedic ritual (involves oil, cold water, neti pots, lotion, lemon… sounds more luscious than it is), run/tiptoe to my cushion/mat, light my altar candle and get it started before I answer to anything or anyone else. Sit. Breathe. Recite mantra. Move with intention and gratitude....
Posted by YOGANONYMOUS on April 17, 2013 in Yoga
One of the more delightful aspects of yoga is discovering an unexpected yogi showing up in the most unlikely places.  We love stories that prove anyone can practice yoga, regardless of their upbringing, background or profession. Our friends over at YOGANONYMOUS recently sat down with Diamond Dallas Page , a WWE superstar, and learned that even rough and tumble wrestlers practice yoga!...
Posted by admin on April 9, 2013 in Inspiration, Community
"We don't spend all day in our yoga practice: the point is to carry it with us as we go out into the world."  In her Speakeasy talk entitled, "The Art of Aligning Body & Soul", Marianne Williamson helps us explore our spiritual relationship with yoga and meditation: not only how they affect us both internally, but how they can ultimately create a collective understanding, shaping us...
Posted by admin on April 2, 2013 in Inspiration, Community
It's only appropriate that on the day that we announce our "Yoga In the City" series for 2013, we feature a Trailblazer who teaches not only at Yoga In the City NYC, but at three of our four summer festivals this year (WLVT, WLCA and WLBC). Schuyler Grant, however, is more than just a teacher, she's a Wanderlust Festival co-founder and a big reason that all of these events exist! Further to this...
Posted by admin on March 29, 2013 in Yoga
If you're dipping your toe into the Wanderlust waters for the first time this summer, we know that the sheer magnitude of things to do at the festival can be overwhelming!  Luckily for you, we've enlisted a Wanderlust expert to help you navigate the schedule: multi-year Wanderlust alum and hooper extraordinaire Shakti Sunfire provides her hit list of "What Not To Miss at Wanderlust." ...