For 10 years, Wanderlust Festival has gathered teachers, experts, musicians, and creators at stunning destination resorts for transformational experiences—each unique unto itself. For the first time, we’re bringing our destination festival experience to select US cities.
Seattle may be best known for caffeinated locals, the Space Needle, and Pike Place Market, but the aptly nicknamed “Emerald City” is also celebrated for its expansive greenery year-round. One visit here and you’ll see why people from all walks of life—locals and visitors, artists and innovators, explorers and dreamers—are inspired by the mix of urban and natural spaces that make Seattle unique.
Set out in 640-acre Marymoor Park, that lush greenery is exactly what you’ll find, and what makes Seattle a perfect place for our ALL NEW 2-day festival tour. Whether you call Seattle home, or it’s your “om away from home” for the weekend, it’s the ideal backdrop for a transformative experience.
What to Expect
Start your day with an early morning yoga session in The Greatest Place to warm up the body and mind. Grab a cup of tea on your way to a musical meditation walk for a spiritual refresh. Then, return to the festival grounds and grab a bite from a delicious local food purveyor. Take a seat and invigorate your mind at one of the cutting-edge Speakeasy talks. In the late afternoon, join a heart-pounding HIIT session, take a Thai massage class or take flight in an aerial yoga hammock. As dusk falls, grab a pair of headphones and join others dancing to the beats of dueling live DJs at our signature silent disco. That’s just a sample of what’s awaiting you.
From intimate, advanced yoga classes taught by world-renowned instructors in The Lab, to the open air fitness studio where you’ll find your new favorite way to break a sweat to The Haven where you’ll wind down with revitalizing bodywork sessions—over the course of two days, Marymoor Park will serve as your urban retreat. There are countless ways to discover your sense of adventure. How will you tap into your true north?