We had such a blast meeting our community at the Kula Marketplace, trying different styles of yoga and listening to the inspiring words of our fellow yogis. For those of you that missed it, or want to relive the moments, here are some of our favourites:
1. Incredible Classes
From acro yoga to black light yoga, we had the opportunity to try out classes we wouldn’t always think to bring into our daily practice. Thanks for exposing us to the wilder side of yoga Wanderlust. So much fun!
2. Halfmoon Originals
There were incredible Halfmoon throwbacks out there. We love that our products have been supporting you for years. Check out this retro eye pillow!
3. Meeting our Tribe
From passersby to people next to us in class, we loved meeting so many of our loyal fans and making new friends. You guys have great wisdom to share, causes to support and stories to tell. Thank you.
4. Catching Up
It’s always nice to see familiar faces and at Wanderlust we were lucky enough to connect with so many of our friends and supporters from over the years. Shout out to Halfmoon friends and Ambassadors Insiya and Eoin from Blissology, Carolyn Budgell, Cam Lee, Julia Kayda, Erika Arnold and Josephine Jacob for stopping by to say hi!
5. Our Big Reveal
We showed off our new prints at Wanderlust and received amazing feedback. Thanks for nerding out over our bolster pyramid and meditation sanctuary. We are so happy you love our new line up as much as we do.
A cute little pupper paid us a visit and got comfy while we chatted with her mom about meditation cushions. We love Luna's smiles!
8. Charles Bradley Concert
This man has got soul, a sparkly outfit and a heart of gold. Our favourite moment was at the end of his set when he threw long stemmed roses into the audience. The crowd went wild. We love you Charles Bradley!
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