Meet the Contributor: Elyse

Job Title: Educator at lululemon Logan Circle in Washington, DC.

At the Logan Circle store, Elyse leads a running club each Saturday for runners of all abilities.

Elyse is President of Washington Running Club and trains for races from the 5k through the Marathon. She is also involved in Girls on the Run in Washington, DC, the Junior League of Washington, and is a columnist for

Outside of running, Elyse enjoys cooking, event planning, yoga, weight lifting, and volunteer work. She graduated from Smith College where she was a two-year captain of the cross country team.

Elyse’s favorite lululemon Products are the Run Elation Jacket, the Sergeant Jacket, the Strike Tight, the Not So Deep V Bra, the Hills Run Skirt, the Ultra Run Short, and the Satin Pirouette Headband.

find your passion

Above: Elyse and her run club! Life can be most enjoyed when you live your life with passion. As former United States Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice said, “The most important thing you can do in life is to find a passion. When you find your passion, you’ll realize that you didn’t find it – […]

behind the scenes at a run event

Above: Nine lululemon eductors from the Annapolis and Logan Circle stores wearing matching Bon Bon Pink Cool Racerbacks. A good friend of mine once told me that for every three races you run, you should volunteer at one race. Without volunteers, many of these events would not be possible. Volunteers play a huge role – […]

run into runners

A run event at lululemon Logan Circle brought runners of all levels together.

girls on the run

This Sunday, a group of elementary school students that I coach participated in a city wide 5k race in Washington, DC among various elementary schools. The race was part of a program called Girls on the Run, in which girls learn about wellness and healthy lifestyles through running. The Girls on the Run race was […]

review of the run: see me jacket

A jacket that is light as a feather, reflective, and has multiple pockets to stash your phone and ipod while you run? Check out the Run: See Me Jacket!

there’s nothing like your first time

Why you should never forget your first time… running, that is.