With its inclusive vibes, chill atmosphere and Insta-worthy locations, it’s not hard to see why Wanderlust appears on most yogis’ bucket list. And with the yoga-music festival taking place in 10 different destinations across the globe (and studios in the US and Canada), it’s now even more accessible than ever. However, for those of us who are running low on funds or annual leave, Wanderlust may feel a world away. But thankfully, that’s about to change.
They’ve just launched their on-demand yoga class streaming service, Wanderlust TV. This means that everyone with an internet connection will now be able to experience a class with world-famous yogis like Wanderlust co-founderSchuyler Grant, Noah Mazé and Briohny Smithfrom the comfort of their bedrooms.
Wanderlust is far from the first on-demand yoga streaming service to hit the market — apps like Gaia andYogaia have had that base covered for a while. So, what sets it apart? Well, the variety for starters!
Currently, Wanderlust TV has three different categories of on-demand videos: challenges (daily 20-minute classes for 21 days designed to help you build the foundations for yoga and meditation practice) workshops (five to seven 20-minute classes that focus on specific types of yoga) and class packs (grouped according to teacher or yoga style). There’s also classes for every yoga style you could imagine, for all experience levels, ranging from speedy, five minute sessions to longer, more intensive classes.
Then, there’s the music. No Wanderlust experience would be complete without a killer soundtrack and the on-demand classes are no exception. Some of the classes feature custom soundracks mixed by Wanderlust DJs, including Taz Rashid, DJ Drez, Garth Stevenson, Ida Jo, and DJ Sol Rising.
Single classes start at $4, three-class packs are $19.99, and the 21-day challenges will set you back $30, making the virtual sessions cheaper than a class at your average yoga boutique studio—bargain! You can sign up or find out more at tv.wanderlust.com.