Wanderlust’s unique yoga offering focuses on alignment and detail, coupled with a creative and progressive approach to sequencing. If you’ve experienced a Wanderlust class before, you’ll encounter a sense of familiarity here. And if you’re new, you’ll know you’ve found something extraordinary.



The Flow

The Flow classes are Wanderlust’s signature blend of attention to alignment and devotion to flow.  Expect inventive and thoughtful sequences of sun salutations, standing & seated postures, back bending and inversions - guided by a steady breath to heat the body and cool the mind.  Come to practice with equal amounts of humility, intensity and playfulness.  You will leave open in heart, body and mind.  



A carefully crafted, musically scored version of The Flow, which is a microcosm of the Wanderlust festival experience. Each class is a collaboration between one of our incredible teachers and an in-house DJ. This artful blend of sequence and music creates a one of a kind, soulful vinyasa experience.


Slow Flow + Yin

Slow Flow + Yin, as the name implies, is all nourishment for the soul. Take a generous serving of flow, lather it with 15 minutes of yin yoga (deep, intense stretching), and top it off with 10 minutes of sweet restoration. It’s the perfect way to renew mind, body, and spirit.


Additional Classes

The Hour 
A full hour of Wanderlusting.  This well-rounded, flow class is long enough to sate your yogic thirst - but not so long that you can’t stick around for a meditation class, a lecture on the second floor, or a glass of something up on the roofdeck. 

The Fixx 
A vigorous 45 minute flow class, the Fixx is a straight up shot of all the good stuff, set to a kick ass, carefully curated soundtrack. You will move, breathe, and sweat — community style. This mashup of asana, pranayama, and nada yoga is radically fresh vinyasa krama. You will leave sated and fully fixxated.

For The Hot Fixx we bump the heat up a notch - to a cozy 86 degrees. (Warm enough to inspire an extra satisfying schvitz, but not so hot you’ll shoot out your adrenals.)
Warning: These class are highly addictive and may result in recurrent bouts of Wanderlusting.

Flow Basics
These classes are perfect for those that are brand new to yoga, new to flow style yoga, or coming back from a hiatus or injury.  Classes include both flow and static postures, and though they don’t move quickly, students should come prepared to work! 

Holy Roller
Baptised by sweat, born again on a lacrosse ball!  After a classic Wanderlust Flow class, we get to the really good part. Equipt with a bag of self-bodywork tools, you will be guided through a 30 minute exorcism of your personal stable of demons.
Deep tissue massage assists in releasing pain, opening locked muscles, and facilitating proper posture and quality sleep.  When you sell your next screenplay you can shell out for a Rolfing series - in the meantime, a group exorcism at Wanderlust will do just fine.

Prenatal Yoga
Just because you have a bun in the oven doesn’t mean you can’t still get your yoga on...In fact, Wanderlust Prenatal classes may be the perfect practice environment to celebrate your growing—physically, as well as emotionally—into a mother-to-be. You’ll find the ideal balance of pranayama, modified Vinyasa, strengthening poses, and plenty of restoratives, all tailored for you and your evolving pregnant body. Each class will help relieve common discomforts of pregnancy (back pain, sciatica, insomnia, shortness of breath, fatigue, etc.) in a supportive, practical “safe space.” Targeted focus on breath work and relaxation techniques calm the nervous system and are also vital training for childbirth! Open to all pregnant women, these classes bring both body and mind into balance during this time of life-giving transition and change. They provide a nurturing community for all mamas and their babies.

Ecstatic Flow Reboot
A weekly catalyst to evolve your personal brand of awesome; a mashup of three things that Schuyler and Scott find potent and sacred. First, our ability to dip into the transformation zone though flow-based asana. Second, our ability to drop into the deep well of discovery and personal evolution through guided breathwork. Finally, our limitless ability to remake ourselves through daily acts of awake self-reflection and skillful action.

This special Monday evening offering starts with Schuyler's 75 minute flow class, Wanderlust style: Intelligent, music-driven and sweat-inducing. Once you're cracked open physically, Scott fires up a 45-minute session of his signature Ecstatic Breathwork: Ancient rhythmic breathing paired with music to balance the brain and nervous system, clear stuck emotional energy, expand insight/intuition, and open the heart. Schuyler and Scott seal the deal with weekly actionable practices that students are encouraged to take home with them for a week of personal reboot.
(These two classes may also be taken independently.)


Level 1
These classes - also known as Flow Basics - are perfect if you are brand new to yoga, new to flow style yoga, or coming back from a hiatus or injury. Classes include both flow and static postures.  Though they don’t move quickly, come prepared to move!

Level 1/2
Building upon the foundation of Level 1, Level 1/2 Wanderlust classes introduce more creativity in sequencing as well as more challenging transitions.  Basic principles of more advanced poses are introduced in a mindful and alignment-oriented way.  These classes are perfect for confident beginners and experienced practitioners who like a slightly less physically intense class.

Level 2
If you have been practicing consistently for 6 months to a year, Level 2 is for you. Postures that challenge your strength, stamina, balance and flexibility will be explored. Creative and more challenging sequences will also be introduced. At this level, a balance of guided and self practice will be offered. 

Level 2/3
Geared toward experienced practitioners, Level 2/3 classes explore more ‘advanced’ postures and increasingly creative transitions. A baseline for these classes is the ability to practice full wheel and headstand (or appropriate modifications) unassisted.  Most important of all, an int/adv level practitioner is willing to modify their practice from one day to the next according to what their body tells them is intelligent and safe.