Join Kate Baldwin and assistant Nina Beatty in O’ahu, HI, and Guest Scholars Eoin Finn and Schuyler Grant, for a journey of self-discovery, diving deep into the inner workings of your breath, body and mind. This is a unique opportunity for you to:
Study with world-class scholars and work closely with a dedicated mentor
Connect with a community of inspired yogis dedicated to daily practice and continuedlearning
Benefit from Wanderlust’s depth of resources
Cap your training with meaningful change through a seva project
Tune into yourself and find your true north with the Wanderlust Voyager Program.
Kate is a dedicated yoga teacher, ocean lover, and truth seeker. Her teaching style blends strength with grace revealing a practical yet inspiring fusion of Western Movement and Eastern Principals. Kate’s athletic background combined with her practical approach to the practice offer a unique harmony of power and discipline paralleled with vulnerability and Self discovery. This balance of strength and grace in her own being empowers students from all backgrounds and inspires the discovery of peaceful warriors, and maybe teachers, in us all. Kate is passionate about expanding yoga awareness and inspired by projects of the same vein. She has lead multiple Teacher Training Programs on the island of Oahu, as well as produced and organized yoga festivals on both the East Coast and in Hawaii. Kate’s latest adventure took her to the Oceans of Southern India as part of the yoga and surf film project, Beyond The Surface. Kate currently splits her time between Hawaii, Virginia, and California. www.trueunion.org
Nina Alena Beatty was born and raised on the North Shore of O’ahu. She has been serving her community for the past 6 years teaching donation-based yoga. She teaches yin, vinyasa, and keiki yoga (for the kids!). Nina bases her teaching and life around the principle of being present with the constant changes we face. Her classes are arranged in a manner to suit the day and the needs of the students in a light-hearted fashion. Intention setting is a key part of her teaching. She believes we all have different reasons to be on our mats, but it is very important to let our own Inner Light shine through the universal teachings of Yoga.
Nina also directs Keiki O Waihuena, an educational program for children at an organic farm (Waihuena Farm) across the street from Pipeline. The curriculum covers yoga, cooking, nutrition, art and gardening. She has previously been the head yoga educator at Sunset Beach Elementary School. Nina has her culinary degree and has been a community advocate for growing and eating local and organic food. She teaches cooking classes through the AINA In Schools program at local elementary schools. She also teaches adult cooking classes promoting the use of ‘ulu, or breadfruit (a staple in the traditional Hawaiian diet).
Nina also loves to play in the ocean. She considers surfing, swimming, and body-surfing all to be a part of her daily yoga practice.
Eoin Finn is a yogi, surfer and blissologist residing between Vancouver, BC, Venice, CA and Bali. He teaches his unique and transformative Blissology Yoga classes and workshops across the globe. Blissology is the art of tuning into the force that makes us feel connected to each other and the planet and using it to guide us so that we achieve our personal goals while minimizing our impact on the web of life. His visionary writings about health, happiness and interconnection have appeared alongside noted authors Deepak Chopra, Prince Charles, and Eckhart Tolle, and include features in Vogue, InStyle, Yoga Journal and Oprah Magazine. My Life Mission: “To stay in touch with the deep vibration of Love so that I can be a conduit for it in all I do in life. I want to inspire people to be continuously lit up by this mysterious but powerful force. One of the best ways is to get out in nature and let its beauty fuel you. Love is the ultimate renewable resource.” www.opentoyoga.wordpress.com
Schuyler is the co-creator of the Wanderlust festival, director of Kula Yoga Project Tribeca and co-director of a sister studio in Williamsburg. She has developed a signature style of Vinyasa yoga called Kula Flow, which integrates the breath-based flow of Ashtanga and the precision of Iyengar into a deep, sweaty and transformative mind/body experience. The opening of Kula Yoga Project in 2001 was her attempt to bring a little California vibe to the mean streets of NYC, and the studio is now a go-to in NYC for teachers of all traditions. With the festival, her two studios, and her three daughters, she is in deep need of her yoga practice; it healed her back two decades ago and now keeps her soul intact on a daily basis. www.kulayoga.com
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