Get your downward dog on by day and dance under the stars all night at Wanderlust, summer’s ultimate yoga and music festival, set against some of the nation’s most breathtaking natural scenery.
Festivalgoers practice acro-yoga, a blend of acrobatics and yoga, at Squaw Valley’s Wanderlust Festival, the one-of-a-kind 3-day yoga and music festival that takes place in 4 different US locations.
Jeff Krasno, Wanderlust co-founder, created an atmosphere that strives to be a “dynamic and fun experience that gathers people around mindful living.“
A festivalgoer experiences oil relaxation at Wanderlust Festival. In addition to outdoor yoga classes and world-renown musical acts, the festival offers mediation hikes, lectures, cooking demos and more.
Wanderlust Festival, first launched in California in 2009, has become the largest multi-day yoga event in the world. Now in it’s fourth year, Wanderlust has expanded nationwide with events returning to Squaw Valley, Stratton Mountain in Vermont and new locations at Copper Mountain in Colorado and Whistler in British Columbia.
A festivalgoer at Wanderlust Festival in Squaw Valley performs Natarajasana, or “Lord of the Dance” pose.
Michael Fronti and Spearhead performed at Wanderlust’s Squaw Valley in 2011. This year’s musical line-up includes top acts like Ani DiFranco, Ziggy Marley, Deepak Chopra and more.
After you get your downward dog on during the day, you can sip cocktails poolside and dance under the stars with your yogi friends.
Yoga indoors? Not here. Practice your inner flow in the outdoor classrooms.
An air yogi takes her practice off the mat and performs on Manduka's aerial rig.
Co-founder, Schuyler Grant, leads a class.
Nature-loving yogis practice in the crisp mountain air at Wanderlust in Squaw Valley.
Schuyler Grant gets hands-on and assists students during class.
Schuyler Grant performs an arm balance in front of an eager class at Wanderlust.<br/> For more information on Wanderlust, visit the <a title="website" href="http://www.wanderlustfestival.com/" target="_blank"><em> <b>website</b></em></a>.