Posted by on November 17, 2010 in
The body is made up of 72 thousand energy channels and they are like the plumbing in your house, they get clogged up. When things like this get clogged up, the circulation of whatever your sending through these channels don't flow as well. The different centers of the body are called "Chakras," and they are similar to an airport or train station, there are a lot of pathways moving in and out of...
Posted by on November 16, 2010 in
It brings us great joy today to announce our dates for Wanderlust
Squaw and Wanderlust Vermont. So much joy, that we would like to give
you this video clip of highlights of 2010 from our friends at prAna.
Nick Rosen of Enlighten
Up! takes us on a tour of Wanderlust 2010 at Squaw Valley. The
video begins with clips of Duncan
Wong, John Friend, Shiva Rea with Chris Sharma, and
Beaver Theodosakis of...
Yoga, organics, conscious consumerism, environmentalism, spirituality -- Wanderlust has a lot of idealistic underpinnings and we talk a lot about the mindful life and other "serious" topics. Sometimes we even forget that, at its essence, Wanderlust is a festival and it's about having fun. So from the home of highfalutin idealism also comes these inspired new festival experiences:
Posted by on November 15, 2010 in
The Daily Love shot Wanderlust 2010 each day, here they bring highlights from Shakti Sunfire, and a morning meditation session and interview from Garth Stevenson. Wanderlust yoga teacher Doug Swenson says "The students are awesome, thats what makes the class the best."
This video is rich with great performance clips from MC Yogi and John Friend as well as Moby and The Mayapuris.
Check out for...
Posted by on November 13, 2010 in
Mariel Hemingway is an actress, author, mother, model, cook, and a lover of all things yoga. In this video Mariel talks about how yoga has transformed her life.
Yoga for Mariel was a transition for her to learn how to be aware and present.
What is yogic lifestyle to you?
Posted by on November 12, 2010 in
Lama Christie McNally has trained in Tibetan monasteries in India and Nepal to receive a Geshe degree, which traditionally takes 20 years of studying. She is one of the first Western women to be recognized as a Lama and has begun to change the face of Buddhism that has historically been predominantly male.
From 2000 to 2003, Lama Christie completed a traditional Great Retreat of 3 years, 3...