Mindfullness

Wanderlust readers know that self-care is extremely important (read more about that here). But proper self-care is more than just adequate sleep and bubble baths—it’s caring for every part of you… And we mean every part of you. So what do we mean by “sexual” self-care? For years, sexuality (especially for women) has been considered
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“Let the beauty we love be what we do. There are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground.” – Rumi  It’s time to face the truth: The most important person in your life is you. How can we treat ourselves right? You don’t have to follow a strict regimen—we all have our own ways of honoring
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Are you planning on attending a Wanderlust 108 in London this year? Here’s what you can expect. For tickets, more information, click here. It’s been a full day of yoga and mediation classes. You are blissfully subdued, consciously taking note of every flower, and the sunshine in the sky. As you round the corner, you
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It’s a perennial theme during February, and we’re always delighted to return to this practice: self-love. We’ve assembled five classes, each using different modalities, that are a wonderful roadmap for exploring compassion for the self. A Path to Self-Love: 10-Day Meditation Challenge with Maude Hirst Led by mindfulness teacher Maude Hirst, “A Path to Self
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This journal article features an extract from the book “Yoga Happy” by Hannah Barrett releasing in January 2022. Pre-order your copy here. Register here to get access to FREE Yoga Happy Flow on Wanderlust TV and get a chance to win a copy of Hannah’s Yoga Happy book, and a free month on Wanderlust TV.
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Almost daily I am reminded of the most potent teaching of the Handel Method of coaching; I am the author of my life. When I first began working with Handel coaches in 2010, I came to understand that my life was built on a series of choices that I’d made. The idea that I’d chosen everything, that everything I was perceiving and
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The power of ritual and ceremony should not be overlooked—especially for the modern yogi. Much of our lives these days are spent running around, and as a result it’s critical to set aside time to slow down and connect to your self and your spirit with intention. A Sacred Ritual A daily journaling ritual where
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When you’re stressed, tired, or just plain overwhelmed, self-care is often the last thing on your list. Research shows that making time to play a little every day, finding balance between work and life, does wonders to ease fatigue, increase health and rejuvenate the senses. But how to begin? Start by grabbing something to write on. On the
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I’m guessing perhaps not as often as we might like. Possibly because we don’t believe in ‘ease’ as a consistent way of being, day in, day out. And yet, the alternative is dis-ease. We have been through a lot this past year or so – including a pervading sense of disease. Directly or indirectly, we
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