Cover Photo by Mark Grochowski
Imagine, hands on the piano keyboard, five hundred yogis in front of you, and no idea what you are about to play.
Photo by Mark Grochowski
Playing music live for yoga classes presents unique challenges; terror and excitement often come in equal parts. The yogic muse can (and should) take a teacher anywhere they spontaneously want to go and my role as a...
Posted by Guest Scribe on August 15, 2013 in Yoga
“Everything in life is vibration.” – Albert Einstein
“If you want to know the secrets of the universe think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” – Nikolai Tesla
“The heart is the hub of all sacred places. Go there and roam.” – Bhagavan Nityananda
When I began my asana practice I would come to the end and feel overwhelmed with familiar sensations. My body, mind and heart were intoxicated...
Posted by admin on August 13, 2013 in Yoga
Each Tuesday, we feature a unique Trailblazer in our community who has forged a trail that can inspire other yogis to pursue their own path. Today, we are happy to shine a light on Bram Levinson, a Montreal-based yoga teacher, who recently taught at Wanderlust Whistler, and who will be leading classes on (more or less) home turf when Wanderlust pulls into Mont Tremblant for the first time next...
Posted by admin on August 9, 2013 in Adventure
Being open to experience allows you the opportunity to be in the right place at the right time, and to receive the gifts that the universe has in store for you. I had told myself that this yoga road trip venture would not only be good for my personal practice - my heart and soul - but for my future as a yoga teacher as well.
And so it happened that I would have the privilege of...
Posted by Guest Scribe on August 8, 2013 in Yoga
Yoga Festival season is upon us. Music fills the air and bodies fill yoga mats and plenty of them. Having led and attended many mass yoga practices, I’m aware that despite lots of radical energy at these events, there often isn’t as much room as one may like. This said, I thought I’d offer some suggestions on how to practice harmoniously with others in limited space:
1- Setting up: Chances are...
Posted by Guest Scribe on July 20, 2013 in Yoga
Cover Photo by Ali Kaukas
Budokon Primary Series was the first asana class of my Wanderlust experience, and my body was crying out for movement after sitting in airplanes and airports the whole day prior. My experience with Budokon Yoga had been limited to watching a few jaw-dropping YouTube videos of Kancho Cameron Shayne moving with superhuman strength and fluidity, and I was eager to dive in...