Wanderlust Festival Returns to Stratton Mountain
For Yoga, Music and the Spirit of Adventure
STRATTON — Wanderlust, producers of the largest yoga lifestyle events in the world, returns to the breathtaking Stratton Mountain Resort, June 21-24, 2018. Located on the heart of the Green Mountains, the four-day festival will create the space for yoga enthusiasts, music lovers, foodies and soul seekers to come together for an extraordinary weekend retreat.
What can you expect at Wanderlust Stratton? Learn different styles of yoga from world-famous instructors, take in live music under the stars, get inspired by talks from today's thought leaders, indulge in local and organic delicacies, and explore the great outdoors—go mountain biking on Vermont's country trails, hike the Sun Bowl, forage for edible plants through lush forest, kayak on Lowell Lake, and more.
"The combination of yoga, live music and Stratton Mountain makes this festival so unique," says Sean Hoess, CEO of Wanderlust. "We can't wait to share the adventures we have in store this year."
This year's marquee talent includes:
YOGA—Practice with the world's most sought after yoga talent, including Seane Corn, Schuyler Grant, Noah Maz , Chelsey Korus, Caley Alyssa, Derek Cook, Joseph Barnett, Donovan McGrath, Daniel Scott, Mary Beth LaRue and more.
MUSIC - Groove to live, oceanfront performances featuring the sounds of Garth Stevenson, Kuinka, October's Child, Roothub, Christopher Hawley, and of course, our signature Silent Disco, with live DJs spinning tunes, such as Jesse Blake , DJ Taz Rashid and more .
MEDITATION -Relax and get grounded with meditation sessions from renowned teachers such as Light Watkins, Megan Monahan and Andrea Rice.
TALKS - Attendees will be inspired by the Speakeasy series, a lecture program featuring today's thought leaders: Ken E. Nwadike, Jr., whose `Free Hugs' videos have reached hundreds of millions of views on Facebook and YouTube, will speak about the ways you can support a cause, and the power of positive interaction; Lauren Ash, founder of the culture-shifting lifestyle brand, "Black Girl In Om will discuss ways to declutter your life, and how we can practically make wellness spaces safer and more inclusive for everyone; Sol Halpern, president of Highlander, a mindful finance company , will give you the tools to create a healthy relationship with money; Emily Morse Doctor of Human Sexuality, and founder and host of the iTunes Top-Rated podcast "Sex with Emily," will explain how to have better sex, use "communication as lubrication," and how to stay connected outside the bedroom and more.
FOOD & WINE - The Farm to Table Dinner is a seated, festive, multi-course, family style dinner where guests will experience traditional and innovative dishes and live music in a beautiful mountainside evening setting. At The Cookout, enjoy a buffet of grilled meats and veggies, local and seasonal sides, music and delightful company. (Gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options available for both the Farm to Table Dinner and The Cookout.) Or, join us for The Happiest Hour, where guests can socialize, snack, and enjoy libations and music while basking in a post yoga glow.
For further information and ticket pricing, please visit https://wanderlust.com/stratton
Attendees will enjoy unique experiences curated by a number of Wanderlust partners including:
adidas will host onsite sports programming for event attendees enabling them to embed more sport into their day and create their best selves at all US-based events. Apparel from the adidas x Wanderlust co-branded collection will be sold at each event.
Flow is pleased to bring their high quality, naturally alkaline spring water to Wanderlust festivals to hydrate attendees throughout the day. These events will also be a chance to taste Flow's brand new flavored water: organic cucumber + mint and organic lemon + ginger in a refreshing environment.
Ford Motor Company was built on the belief that freedom of movement drives human progress. Ford is proud to be the Official Vehicle of Wanderlust and to support healthy initiatives inside, and outside, the company. Event attendees can stop by the Ford Zen Den to learn more about the sustainable practices and wellness programs at Ford, and of course, take home some incredible giveaways.
Spiritual Gangster, a yoga inspired clothing brand for high vibration living, whose purpose is to spread good vibes, gratitude and always give back.
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The Wanderlust Festival tour will continue beyond Stratton Mountain with stops in Squaw Valley, California, July 19-22; Whistler, British Columbia (Canada), August 2-5 and Tremblant, Quebec (Canada), August 23-26.
Wanderlust Holdings, LLC is a global yoga lifestyle company founded in 2009. Our mission is to help you find your true north—to live a healthy and inspired life. Wanderlust's events encompass Wanderlust Festival, the largest multi-day yoga and music festivals in the world and Wanderlust 108, a one-day "mindful triathlon" taking place in urban parks across the world. In 2012, we opened the first Wanderlust Yoga studio, a re-imagination of the yoga studio experience and began offering Wanderlust Teacher Training, a yoga teacher-training program inspired by the Wanderlust festival experience. In 2015, we launched Wanderlust TV, a media platform connecting viewers with inspirational teachers and wellness experts and Wanderlust Hollywood, a 10,000 square foot center in Los Angeles, CA offering yoga and meditation classes, a world-class organic restaurant, and a full-featured performance venue.
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