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With the Wanderlust Passport, the earth is yours to explore. Gain unlimited access to Wanderlust events and scheduling in over 20 countries on 5 continents. Click here for more information. Wind whips through your hair, allowing it to take flight and tangle with the DJ Drez beats that emanate from the car speakers. A mundane highway grows smaller
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Mark Purser has been studying the art and practice of yoga and meditation for over 20 years, and he holds the highest level of formal qualification available for yoga and meditation teachers in Australia, with over 2,000 hours of formal study with the world-renowned Satyananda Yoga Academy (Bihar School of Yoga). He has practiced and studied
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by Baxter  A while back, I started playing around with what I call “hands-free” twisting in seated and standing poses. I can’t recall exactly why I started playing around with this idea, but it may have been inspired by a dynamic standing sequence my wife Melina Meza teaches that includes a hands-free twist. In any
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The word “gratitude” is thrown around quite a bit. We see #blessed flooding our Instagram feeds, witness yoga teachers asking us to pinpoint areas of gratitude, and are approaching a holiday semi-dedicated to expressing thanks. And yet still so many of us struggle with cultivating gratitude. What’s the deal?  Like many things in life, gratitude
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Cars, medical devices, IKEA furniture, even small household appliances: They all come with instruction manuals. The parameters of our practice are defined by prescriptives in ancient texts such as Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras or the legends outlined in the Bhagavad Gita. And yet the greatest of life’s journeys—the very one that allows for the perpetuation of
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A long history of sexual misconduct haunts this popular practice. Here’s how some Ashtangi yogis are moving forward. Learn about how sexual misconduct is affecting the Ashtanga yoga community. For most dedicated Ashtanga yoga practitioners, 2018 has been a painful year of reckoning. We’ve had to excavate the past and face uncomfortable truths about Pattabhi
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by Sandra Razieli When I first started practicing yoga, Triangle (Trikonasana )was an iconic pose. Those who could get their hand all the way to the floor were considered to be advanced practitioners. Having a bit of hypermobility, I was able to accomplish this fairly quickly and thought I was doing good for my body.
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Asana and meditation teacher and popular podcast personality Rosie Acosta says yoga and a sunny outlook saved her life. Here’s how. Here’s how our December cover model, Rosie Acosta of the Radically Loved podcast, went from troubled teen to enlightened yogapreneur.  Ashley Turner On a sunny afternoon in the Hollywood Hills, Rosie Acosta sits on
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Curious to learn more about sacred geometry? So were we. To get the lowdown, we spoke to co-founder of the Sattva Collection, a jewelry company that utilizes sacred geometry in its pieces, handmade by artisans in India. Annemarie sheds some light on this mystic study. Sacred geometry: it’s a mysterious tool used by many to manifest
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We’re counting down the minutes to Wanderlust O’ahu. This Pacific-kissed festival is a salt and pineapple-flavored oasis of  yoga, music, art, and inspiration, all nestled in the heart of the Hawaiian North Shore. It’s an ideal way to spend a long weekend—especially if you need a break from your winter routine. (Did we mention O’ahu
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There are a lot of ways to define wellness. Renowned yoga teacher Elena Brower defines it as “your ability to respond rather than to react;” Dr. Mark Hyman says it’s the integrated care of every aspect of ourselves: Physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and relational. Wellness activist Kerri Kelly believes that “wellness is the culture of
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As a girl, Mallika Chopra—daughter of the legendary teacher, Deepak—learned the transformative power of meditation. Here, she shares a one-minute breath practice for kids that can help ease anxiety immediately. Mallika Chopra, daughter of legendary meditation teacher Deepak Chopra, shares calming breathwork for kids in an excerpt from her book, Just Breathe: Meditation, Mindfulness, Movement,