Wanderlust 108 Is Back With Free Meditation And Yoga In Prospect Park

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Wanderlust 108 Is Back With Free Meditation And Yoga In Prospect Park
The world’s only mindful triathlon, Wanderlust 108 will make its way to Brooklyn for an epic day of running, yoga, and mediation on Sunday, September 8. 

After more than 60 events around the world, Wanderlust 108 is rounding out it US season in its hometown. Returning to Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Wanderlust 108 is an all-out mindful celebration bringing together teachers, experts, musicians, and creators for an all-day “transformational experience”. Read on for a taste of what to expect.  

Depending on the experience you’re looking for, the day itself can vary a bit. Everyone is invited to join in on their signature Wanderlust 108 yoga and meditation experience for free, which includes 90 minutes of yoga followed by 30 minutes of mediation in the park’s open-air Greatest Place stage. But if you’re looking to kick things up a notch and have “An Amazing Day” or “The Greatest Day” there are certainly opportunities for that, too! 

To enjoy an amazing day at the Wanderlust festival-meets-triathlon, your $49 registration will include participation in the 5K run in addition to a 60-minute yoga class, a guided meditation, and drop-in access to bonus classes, activities like aerial yoga and various talks. For the greatest day, however, you’ll get premium access to the entire event. That means for $149 you get everything included in “An Amazing Day,” plus premium mat placement in their yoga session, priority venue access, and unlimited class scheduling.

Topping off this wonderful day, Wanderlust has partnered with (RED) and will be donating a portion of each ticket to their Global Fund to fight AIDS. 

For more information about the event, and to purchase tickets, be sure to head to Wanderlust’s website, here.

Where: The Nethermead – 101 Prospect Park Southwest 

When: September 8 from 7:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.

Tickets: Vary in price, grab yours here.

Also published on Medium.

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