Yoga

Posted by Guest Scribe on July 15, 2013 in Yoga
My meditation teachers have taught me to think of my Yoga as having two interdependent parts: Sitting quietly, the inner work I do to become healthy, happy, and whole. And Sweeping the Garden, the outer work I do to become healthy, happy, and whole. The inner work we do in Yoga heals our bodies, hearts and minds and brings with it the inspiration to share what we ha ve learned. The outer work,...
Posted by Guest Scribe on July 7, 2013 in Yoga
Taking in a Shiva Rea class has been on my bucket list for many, many years. Coming from the Canadian prairies, it isn't often that yogic sages come to pay us a visit. So when planning my Wanderlust Colorado schedule, Shiva Rea was on the top of my list. DJ Fabian Alsultany accompanied Rea, offering musical vibrations for the entire space. I thought it was perfectly fitting, as The Alchemist is...
Posted by admin on July 5, 2013 in Community
“Some of the connection between Woodstock and Wanderlust is this wonderful thread, this wonderful core and appreciation of joint spiritual practices and of coming together around the unique energy of the collective, the tribal consciousness, the desire to be at one with each other,” says Dr. Ronald Alexander in this Speakeasy video from Wanderlust Colorado 2012 about the cultural and...
Posted by admin on July 3, 2013 in Community
Come experience Wanderlust Vermont through the eyes of Team Alignyo: they asked people to share their stories of why they did yoga, what yoga had brought into their life, and why they love Wanderlust, and the soundbites they got are perfectly perfect.  We couldn't have said it better ourselves, so watch how they capture the spirit of Wanderlust Festival Vermont in their recap...
Posted by Guest Scribe on June 28, 2013 in Community
Cover Photo: Out of Many, One. Gabby's bear claw. Photo by Ali Kaukas Some rockstar yoga teachers. Photo by Ali Kaukas It's not every day I find myself united with hundreds of strangers in a yoga class.  I usually don’t love massive yoga classes, but per a friend’s suggestion, I went to “Out of Many, One,” a yoga experience hosted by yoga rockstars Seane Corn, Gabrielle Bernstein, Elena...
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...