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A Rainy Start To Wanderlust

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To celebrate the 2011 Vermont Wanderlust Festival, we’ve got Lindsay Ingalls of CookVeganLover.com fame on the scene giving us updates, interviews, and anything else wild and beautiful going down at this awesome event. Below is her first small update from a rain-drenched Vermont!

Today marked the start of the first ever Wanderlust Vermont Festival. Wanderlust is a one-of-a-kind festival that brings together the world’s best yoga teachers and amazing performers in rock & roll, all in the beautiful mountains of Vermont. Although the weather was less than desirable-rain, rain and more rain- the relaxed group of yogis participating in today’s events went with the flow and made the best of a wet situation.

The feeling around the mountain today was quiet and relaxed as yogis slowly filtered in for the weekend. Classes were small, but wonderfully beneficial from the “Kundalini” class with Kia Miller to the “Legs, Knees and Lower Back” workshop with Anusara teacher Desirée Rumbaugh. Today is just the start of a wonderful weekend that connects yoga with music and nature.

Some early pics below!

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