Mindfullness

Join Caleb Jude Packham for a Sattva Yoga experience every Monday on Wanderlust TV, to enhance physical, mental and emotional fitness. His signature practice, Sattva Yoga combines yoga asana, kundalini, breathwork, kriyas & meditation. The following interview with Caleb includes an excerpt of the book, The Power of Yoga for Men. Through their own personal traumas of losing
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An increasing amount of western yogis are embracing the ancient teachings of Ayurveda, an ancient system of natural healing developed in India. Ayurveda believes that everything in the world—the Earth and all things on it—can be characterized by physical traits, and can therefore be brought into balance according to that physicality. In climates that experience
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This recipe is from Wanderlust Festival Executive Chef Kevin Callaghan. Try your hand at making some of his beloved favorites for yourself. Giving it a go? Let us know by tagging @WanderlustFest and using #WanderlustKitchen. Fig Hand Pies INGREDIENTS Dough8 cups all-purpose flour2 tsp salt4 tbsp sugar1 ½ lb butter, cut into small pieces1 ½ cups
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After a long, lazy summer, maybe your little ones have finally been picked up by the school bus. Maybe you’re headed back to campus yourself. Or maybe the transition from the shakti of summer sun towards the grounding energy of fall gets you in the mood for a little rigor and routine. However you mark this
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Exclusive to the Wanderlust community, you can now redeem a 10% saving off the HUG signature course and visualisations hosted by Zita West using code: HUG10 I often talk to my clients about how your emotional well-being can affect your physical well-being; how achieving a strong mind-body connection can have a positive and powerful influence
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Yasmin hosting a FREE live event on 27 September at Bingham Riverhouse in Richmond, London where she will be discussing ‘The Power of Community’ with Reeva Bains, Co-Partner of Wanderlust UK.  The event is in person and live streamed. To register for the in-person event click here, and live steam click here. We Are In
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By now, we’ve all heard motivational phrases like “sweat is fat crying” and “the cure for anything is saltwater: sweat, tears, or the sea.” But while that first one is technically incorrect and the second is vague (albeit kind of uplifting), it’s true that sweat is a fantastic, natural, and involuntary way for the body
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A diet rich in fruits and veggies helps to lower heart disease and aids with weight maintenance. It’s the nutrients and antioxidants in all kinds of combinations of these colourful foods that make our organs happy, and that bring an extra ounce of beauty to the skin. Smoothies and juices are especially perfect for summer,
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The following is an excerpt of the book, The Power of Yoga for Men and interview with co-author Caleb Jude Packham Through their own personal trauma of losing a parent at a young age, and being put up for adoption at only 5 weeks old, yoga has been a life-long teacher and healer for Londoner’s
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There is an urgency to every social movement that I have ever been part of: racial justice, men working on misogyny, food justice, organic farming, environmental justice, queer liberation, and healing justice. This urgency drives us to not only change the next moment but also to change this very moment. This is not only unsustainable
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There’s a Rumi poem that begins: “Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I’ll meet you there.” I’m pretty sure that, there in that field you will find a yoga festival taking place. Yoga defined the first eight years of my thirties. It took me around the world in search of
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We’ve all heard the amazing benefits of meditation. Sitting with ourself sounds like the easiest thing in the world – and yet for most people it’s the hardest! Even with so many people shouting all the benefits of meditation such as increased awareness, mental clarity, increased presence and capacity to move through life, there’s still
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If you have come for a quick fix, I’m afraid you’ve come to the wrong place. [I can’t] offer some magic pill, life hack, or wellness protocol for living longer or looking younger. Rather this is about the messy and vulnerable work of transformative change. The kind of change that demands the whole truth and
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It’s finally here—the day you get to leave work early and head to the airport for that long-awaited trip to Bali (or if you’re like me, your parents’ house in Virginia). Regardless of the destination, you’ve got your bags packed, ID ready, and some healthy snacks stashed in your tote bag. But let’s not forget
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The Juneteenth National Holiday may be new to the conscious awareness of some people. But for many others, we have been celebrating and commemorating Juneteenth for awhile now. For those unfamiliar, Juneteenth (June 19th, 1865) is the anniversary of the day Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, TX and through General Order #3 informed enslaved African
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