Yoga

Posted by admin on March 25, 2013 in Mindfulness, Community
Today is the third in our series of "Trailblazers" that we will bring you every Tuesday. Our Wanderlust Trailblazer spotlight gives you the chance to learn more about the inspiring figures that make up the extended Wanderlust family. Today we are happy to present David Romanelli, a Wanderlust Festival yoga instructor who takes participants through vinyasa flows and deep stretches to pull...
Posted by admin on March 11, 2013 in Inspiration, Community
"The role of tradition in yoga is hard to speak about because it's something that [one] talks about in certain, practical terms, but there's really also a rational for why it's valuable to have ties to something ancient, to have links to something that has true roots.  The tradition is the practical and rational side, but then there's also the unpragmatic side, the mystery." Rod Stryker...
Posted by admin on February 1, 2013 in Adventure, Community
What do the Super Bowl, kale chips, and Wanderlust all have in common? Bibi McGill!  Avid yogi, Wanderlust veteran, and super food rock star, McGill will be playing the super bowl halftime show as Beyonce's lead guitarist. Check out the photo she posted on Facebook from her recent rehearsal! Bibi's guitar skills are just the surface of her many talents and passions...
Posted by admin on January 11, 2013 in Yoga
Most yogis will recall the brouhaha that erupted over Mr. William Broad's article that appeared in the New York Times Magazine a year ago, entitled "How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body", an excerpt from his book "The Science of Yoga".  It wasn't a mere blip on the yoga conversation radar: anyone who had anything to do with ever having set foot upon a yoga mat chimed in, offering their two cents on...
Posted by admin on January 3, 2013 in Yoga
Most people hit the mat with some desire of connecting with personal freedom.  It's particularly true for the subjects of the current NYTimes.com front page story on prisons that implement yoga programs for their inmates. The article states that at least 20 prisons are implementing programs via the Prison Yoga Project, started by James Fox, who began the program 12 years ago in California....
Posted by admin on December 19, 2012 in Yoga
We have been following with interest the unfolding story from Encinitas, CA regarding whether yoga should be taught in schools. Each time we've posted about it, you have generated some very interesting ideas on both sides of the issue about whether yoga should be taught in schools, and we encourage your continued expression around this issue in the comments below.   Photos courtesy The...