Find Your True North

Our community is constantly looking for the right tools—the right routine, the right nutrition, the right mindset—to live active, energized lives. Together with adidas, we collected tips, recipes, and advice from Wanderlust 108 yoga teachers and run leaders on how they operate at their peak performance every day. Dive in! And discover the formula that fuels your journey. 
Explore Fuel Formulas

In Partnership With

adidas white

Book I Re-Read

A Life Without Limits: A World Champion’s Journey by triathlete Chrissie Wellington.

The fact that someone who is so extraordinary can also be so relatable, approachable and vulnerable is super inspiring.

It never ceases to pump me up and make me feel that all things are possible.

Jennifer Hellickson

I keep reading The Eternities: Vedanta Treatise from my teacher Swami A. Parthasarathy. I keep learning that I still have so much to learn.

Rina Jakubowicz

I love Eastern Body, Western Mind by Anodea Judith.

It combines psychology and the chakras of the subtle body. I flip through it weekly when I am looking for inspiration or researching more about chakras.

Jen Elliott

Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser

An eye-opener about how the fast food industry has changed food culture. It’s a strong reminder to be mindful of what power they have over our environment, but ultimately we have the power to choose what we eat daily.

Our food choices make not only an impact to our bodies but also our society, agriculture, and environment.

Nadia Ruiz

Bringing Yoga to Life by Donna Farhi

The book is so down to earth and applicable. Beautiful writing.

Mary Beth LaRue

The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz is a yearly read for me.

I continue to get more and more from it each time I read it. It also provides the sweetest reminders that I think everyone could stand to hear more frequently: don’t take things personally and always speak your truth.

MacKenzie Miller

The Untethered Soul by Michael A. Singer is hands down the most impactful book I’ve ever read, and I constantly pick it up and re-read chapters when I need to be reminded of the lessons.

This book has taught me to free myself of thought patterns that limit my consciousness. It is completely eye-opening and life changing.

Kate Buntenbach

Life of Pi by Yann Martel

The book emphasizes the importance of co-existing and perseverance. I apply the theme of determination to many of my training runs, marathons, and my life in general.

Jane Mellors

A Return to Love by Marianne Williamson.

Everytime I read it I get something new. The first time I was in Mexico and I kept stopping people on the beach to read them passages from it. Crazy yoga lady! ;)

Chelsey Korus

The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown, which reminds me to unapologetically be ME.

Gina DiCello

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë

Besides being one of my favorite books to teach, it’s also the rare book that I actually enjoy rereading! Otherwise, there are too many books and too little time to spending on the same one over and over.

Ann Mazur

I pretty much only read yoga books anymore!

I always come back to Anodea Judith’s Eastern Body, Western Mind. It’s such a great reference for how the chakra system relates to modern psychology.

Molly O’Neill

Load More