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*Ed’s note: while the author uses “she” for consistency, these archetypes can apply to both male and female yoga instructors.  At my studio, each yoga instructor is unique and infuses the class with his or her own energy. Despite their individual personalities, I have noticed that yoga instructors tend to fall into particular archetypes. I often
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Weren’t sure how tarot related to practice? In this series, Wanderlust teacher Elizabeth Crisci does a monthly reading to explore how seasonal energies may show up on the mat. Get your own tarot reading at any Wanderlust 108 OR Wanderlust 2-day city Festival this year. Tickets on-sale now! Or, learn from Elizabeth directly in Wanderlust Stratton this June. Winter is the time
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Vinyasa and Hatha yoga can both help you relax and improve your strength and flexibility. The origins of these practices differ, and the poses and techniques are different. Hatha yoga originated in 15th century India and was originally used to purify the mind before beginning a meditation practice. Vinyasa yoga is faster paced and it places
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Broken hearts seems to be part of life. I remember my first broken heart when I was 18. The perfect romantic world which I had constructed in my mind’s eye was suddenly destroyed. All at once I found myself with shallow breath, standing on the ruins of my perceived idealism. I was frozen for a
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The truth is, I’m terrified. A few weeks ago, I met a man who has created an organization that supports (financially and through community) entrepreneurs who are working to make big changes in the world.  When I say big changes, I mean big changes, like tackling climate change, world hunger, and potable-drinking-water-for-millions-of-people big changes. His name is
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For many of us, no morning is complete without a piping hot cup of coffee. While a morning cup o’ joe has become ubiquitous in both culture and routine, so have the so-called “post-caffeine jitters.” If you have the tendency to consume cup after cup, you’re likely very familiar with these jitters—creeping anxious feelings that may