Unplug from the ordinary. Adventure awaits.
From yoga, music, meditation and various workshops, Wanderlust Festivals are a celebration of wellness and mindful living.
"We bring together a remarkable group of yoga and meditation instructors, musical performers, speakers, artists and chefs for transformational retreats in the world’s most awe-inspiring natural resorts. This is an experience that gets into your mind, body and soul. Regardless of what starts you on your path, Wanderlust is an experience that leaves you different than when you came — with new ideas, new friends, newly discovered abilities, and greater peace. Find your true north." - Wanderlust
Practice, Listen, Explore, Learn and Taste at the upcoming festivals and find your true north at Wanderlust!
With so many festivals lined up for the 2015 season, here are our favourites!
Wanderlust Festival: Tremblant, QC, Canada - August 20-23, 2015
Highlight: Flex Your Grey Matter: Your grey matter deserves a stretching, too. Visit the Speakeasy to learn from some of the most engaging thinkers at Wanderlust. Take some time to move your mind. Your muscles will thank you. (Source)
Wanderlust 108: Brooklyn, NY - September 13, 2015
Highlight: Mindful Triathlon: Wanderlust 108 is a triathlon unlike any you’ve ever known. This “mindful triathlon” brings three events together in your favorite local park: a 5k run, an outdoor yoga experience, and a guided meditation — but with a twist. Unlike most triathlons, we place community above competition, inner peace above power, and self-awareness above strength. We prefer slow food to fast run times. For us, winning is measured in laughs shared and new friends made. (Source)
Wanderlust Festival: Sunshine Coast, Australia - October 15-18, 2015
Highlight: Farm-to-Table Dinner: Taking center stage in our culinary experience is the Farm to Table Dinner, presented by EatingWell, which marries a local food ethos with a fine dining palette amidst a backdrop of magnificent views. Regional farms provide seasonal produce and sustainably farmed meats, prepared by the tastemakers of the local food scene. (Source)