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Take the energy and aesthetic of a rock festival and pair it with the practice and food of a spiritual retreat.

FIRST HELD IN 2009, the Wanderlust Festival has now expanded to multiple locations across the US and Canada. This year was the first time it was held in Whistler, BC. I was tasked with shooting the event, and finding time to actually practice my yoga. The four days were a whirlwind of downward dogs, provocative talks, yoga pants, and solid music acts, including Thievery Corporation and Michael Franti.

A video series is soon to come but, for now, enjoy the pictures.

[Special thanks for accommodation during the shoot provided by Delta Whistler Village Suites.]

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About The Author

Ian MacKenzie

Ian MacKenzie is the founder and former editor of Brave New Traveler. He is Head of Video at Matador Network. Ian is also an independent filmmaker, with his first feature (One Week Job) released in 2010. His more recent projects include Sacred Economics and Occupy Love.

  • Christina Hegele

    Very cool! But what is it with BC and yoga… I once stepped off the gondola on Grouse Mountain and walked into an open air yoga workshop by Lululemon!

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