VT Lodging Selling Out, Wanderlust Wine, Spiritual Cinema, + More!

Posted by on 6/14/11 in Uncategorized

With Wanderlust VT only 10 days away, the hotels at Stratton Mountain are filling up fast. But there still are options: Stratton Central Reservations (800-787-2886) still has a few affordable 2-4 bedroom units available -- and these multi-BR suites are perfect for sharing. Check our Facebook Discussions page and find yourself some roomies. Don't forget about VRBO and Stratton Rentals (802-297-3078) too -- but don't sleep on this one!



We've made no secret of our love for the grape, and we're proud to announce that the first ever Wanderlust vintage is available for order now. Wanderlust wines are lovingly made by Greg Martellotto, an itinerant yogi winemaker who's produced a sustainably farmed and harmoniously blended red and white just in time for our Vermont festival. Like life itself, Wanderlust is all about the journey; bring wine, you'll need it!

Wanderlust is happy to announce our first-ever Spiritual Cinema, which features thought-provoking and inspiring films. Vermont kicks off with Kumaré, which challenges our notion of what a guru is. In Vermont we'll also feature Wake Up, which explores the essence of spirituality, and Dance of Liberation, which demonstrates the healing power of dance and movement therapy. The California screenings will include Kumaré and Yoga Woman, which explores the feminine practice that honors intuition, family, flow, connection, community, activism, and the cyclical nature of women's lives. Also in California is The Heart of Transformation, which explores the essence of what makes Anusara yoga one of the most popular systems of yoga today. Last but not least is Connected: The Film, which talks about the importance of personal connectedness for understanding and coping with today's interconnected world. Each film will be followed by a short Q&A with either the director or star of the film. Screenings are free to attend, but we request that you sign up in advance on the scheduler. Those on the wait list will be accommodated on a first come first served basis as room permits. The screenings will take place in the Speakeasy at the Luna Bistro in Wanderlust Vermont and Alpenglow in Wanderlust California. For more information on the screenings click here for VT and here for CA.

The top fundraiser for the Vermont and California Wanderlust Yoga Aid Challenges will win a 4-day Sage pass to the 2012 Vermont and California festivals.

Watch this video to hear Seane Corn talk about the challenge and her free class with Michael Franti to benefit Off the Mat, Into the World's efforts in leadership development, local youth projects, and global humanitarian initiatives worldwide. Click here to sign up for Vermont and here for California. Can't make it to either Wanderlust Vermont or California but want to fundraise?? Sign up here.

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