Looking for a more mellow triathlon? Try Wanderlust’s version for yogis

Not all triathlons involve high intensity, fast-paced legs of swimming, biking and running.

On Nov. 11, yogis can participate in their own version of tri, one that includes a 5K run (or walk), an outdoor 90-minute yoga class and a guided meditation.

The Wanderlust 108 is billed as the world’s only “mindful triathlon.” The event also includes live music, vendors and local foods.

Wanderlust will host a “mindful triathlon” geared toward yogis on Nov. 11. Photo by Diana Gerstacker

The tri will kick off with a 5K run through the Travis County Expo Center, 7311 Decker Lane. Chelsey Korus and Adrienne Mishler will lead high energy yoga classes, followed by a meditation session from Vinny Ferraro. DJ Sol Rising will provide music.

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Not enough? Participants can also take workshops in aerial yoga, acro-yoga, hooping, walking meditation, photography or essential oils workshops, or join a community yoga experience led by local teachers. The Kula Marketplace will showcase clothing, jewelry and handcrafted items from local vendors.

Watch this video about Wanderlust’s “mindful tri.”

Admission ranges $20 to about $45. For more information, or to buy tickets, go here.

For every registration, Wanderlust will donate $1.08 to No Kid Hungry, which works to end childhood hunger. For more information go here.


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