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April 19, 2013

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Wanderlust Festival is hitting the road to offer a series of free, one-day yoga events featuring top teachers, acclaimed musicians and renowned speakers as a part of the 2013 Wanderlust Yoga in the City series. I am teaching at this summer'sWanderlust Yoga in the City San Francisco and would love if you would join me for this outdoor yoga class with live music at Little Marina Green on May 12. This event is free to the public and is a great way to unite our urban yoga community so I hope to see you there!


Recipe for a Delicious Dayventure*
1 park full of yogis
3 classes taught by top teachers
An infusion of mind-bending music
You + as many friends as you can gather!
We're bringing a taste of our epic mountaintop adventures down to sea level with one-day Yoga in the City events in San Francisco (May 12)Chicago (June 2)New York (June 9) and Los Angeles (June 30). Max out the awesome-meter in your own backyard with classes by teachers like Shiva ReaSchuyler GrantDana FlynnWade GotwalsBrock Cahill and an awesome crew of AcroYogis, all mixed in with beats by the likes of MC Yogi and DJ Drez. The events are complimentary with registration, but they do fill up quickly, so register today. Get all your friends to register too, because what's a killer block party without your peeps?
* Dayventure:  a staycation, but far more exciting….
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A journal is a place where you record thoughts that inspire you, where you reflect on what adds meaning to your life, and where, piece-by-piece, you navigate your path towards a purpose-driven life.  Normally, it's not good etiquette to read someone's journal, but in this case, we encourage you to delve into our new Wanderlust Journal and explore the columns that inspire you!  Each category reflects a different element of our mission – from creatingcommunity, to providing actionable information; from mindfulness news to tales of adventure. We will invite personalities in our community to take the platform in our Guest Scribe column; we will feature Wanderlust teachers & performers in our Trailblazer series; you will meet the people that make up the Wanderlust staff in our WLHQ editorials; and the "Where Does Your Wanderlust Take You" stories will whet your appetite for adventure, as intrepid yogis share how their lives changed course after attending a Wanderlust Festival.
Get a taste for what the WLJ is all about by checking out Wanderlust Colorado Speakeasy keynote lecturer, Joel Salatin, who wrote a very inspiring piece for us about taking responsibility for creating change. It begins with the choices you make in the garden & kitchen and carries over to the rest of your life. Want to go deeper with the man the New York Times calls 'The High Priest of Pasture?' Check out the community comments from our live Q&A in his exclusive article for us. You can look forward to more opportunities for getting closer to friends of Wanderlust by making it a habit to take a daily dive into WLJ to keep focused on the path toward your own personal true nort.

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imageI am come for you
April 25, 26, 2013, 8pm
Glorya Kaufman Dance Theater, UCLA
Choreographed by Carson Efird, in collaboration with the performers
Performed by Carson Efird, Loren Fenton and Gwynn Shanks

Sound score by Joe Westerlund
Live mixing, percussion, piano, laptop and electronics by Joe Westerlund
Soprano Saxophone by Michael Lewis 
Bass clarinet, tenor saxophone and trombone by Robert Pence 
Trumpet and electronics by Trever Hagen
Violin by Stephanie Economou 
All sounds were recorded by Griffin Rodriguez, Brian Joseph and Joe Westerlund

Lighting by Pablo Santiago
Costumes by Lynn Ellen Bathke
Video consulting with Heather Coker

I am come for you, a thirty-five minute trio performed by Carson Efird, Loren Fenton and Gwynn Shanks, accompanied by a live original sound score by Joe Westerlund, generates a new kinetic language for dance theater. Feeling states and non-verbal expression are physically filtered through through impulse-driven interactive relationships wrestling with familial obligation while mourning the death of a familial patriarch, a maiden name and the ephemeral dance itself. A departure from Edward Albee’s one-act absurdest play, The Sandbox, I am come for you, morphs from text to movement, spoken to unspoken, questioning the significance of words in the momentous junctures of life and death. Dancers shape-shift from real to unreal in a time lapse marriage of wedding and funeral rituals irreverently thrown into the non-sequitur day-to-day actions of this peculiar family unit. Journeying together from the visceral to the spiritual realm and back again, the trio befriends an outlandish winged creature that will ultimately lead to one of their demise. In attempt to escape the inevitable, the dancers hold on for dear life while acknowledging all of the little deaths that pass them by, until... 
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