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Wanderlust Yogis converge on Thredbo

International yoga star Elena Brower has a packed house at the Quiet Place along the Thredbo River. Photo by Steve Cuff.YOGA disciples have converged on Thredbo for the inaugural Wanderlust Yoga Festival, with an estimated 2000 visitors transforming Thredbo into an exciting, vibrant, and lively village.
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With workshops and seminars scattered across the four day period, from Thursday 18 to Sunday 21, spirits were high, and there was a constant sea of smiling faces.

Many were first time visitors to Thredbo and all commented it was a fantastic festival, an exceptional venue and one they will most likely return for next year.

The event has already been listed for 2017 with tickets on sale, and if previous events are any indication, it could well double in numbers and swell to 4000 people like its New Zealand counterpart did in the space of 12 months.

Combining a mix of music and yoga and the serenity of the Snowy Mountains, high profile international yoga teachers and headline music act Xavier Rudd and the United Nations converted Thredbo Village into mini yoga studios and music venues all with their unique Wanderlust names.

Asking a visitor where poolside or Eagles Nest were would have been greeted with confusion as these were now the Rue Boheme and The Highest Place, alongside other interesting name changes such as the Kosciuszko Room renamed The Mothership, and the snowmaking pond, The Harbour.

From SUP yoga on the Harbour, stretching in the quite place or chanting and dancing at The Highest Place, it was one big yoga party creating a very a relaxed feel compared to the hustle and bustle of winter.

Jindabyne yoga teachers Jane Corben from Jindabyne Yoga Shala and Sonya James from Alpine Yoga were in in attendance to listen and learn from the maestros, as were many other Jindabyne residents.

“It’s fantastic, it’s a really good venue, I just attended the one in New Zealand, Wanderlust at Lake Taupo two weeks ago but this venue surpasses anything,” Jane Corben said.

“The feedback is really good on the setup, everyone is buzzing with the energy of the mountains and luckily we have great weather as well.”

In stark contrast to modern day festivals, Wanderlust devotees were clear on their priorities, which was yoga first and drinking and partying second. While it certainly was not a dry event, the behaviour of guests was impeccable.

“Brilliant, what I have witnessed so far has been great, very warm like-minded people, it’s good to see,” Sonya James from Alpine Yoga said.

Thredbo General Manager Jordan Rogers was ecstatic with the results from the weekend and was prominent around the village during the festival.

“As you know we have a number of music festivals in Thredbo, we see a lot of upside in creating reasons for people to visit Thredbo outside of the snow season, the music festival scene is really crowded, the growth and participation in yoga is massive and I think this brings together a lot of new connections in summer that the music scene no longer does,” Mr Rogers said.

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