Tag Archives: books


building your yoga library

After purchasing traditional classics such as “The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali” and “The Bhagavad Gita,” Kelowna educator, Dewi Peters, found herself wanting more. With little idea of where/how to start building her yoga library, she reached out to the brightest, wisest and downright coolest yogis she knows to find out what books they hold dear. […]

gifts we’re giving this year

Though we truly believe that there are no better presents than presence itself, it’s always fun to treat friends and family to gifts we know they’ll love. Here are some of the gifts our Digital Team is giving this year: 1. ezlinks.com If my dad could be anywhere, he’d be on a golf green so […]

who is john galt?

This question appears many times in Ayn Rand’s classic 1957 novel, “Atlas Shrugged,” and, curiously, it also appears on the side of our shopping bags currently in our stores.

You might be wondering why a company that makes yoga clothing has chosen a legendary literary character’s name to adorn the side of our bags. lululemon’s founder, Chip Wilson, first read this book when he was eighteen years old working away from home.

best beach reads this summer

Just like summer weddings, summer beach reading can’t be rushed into without advice from your friends. When we asked for some great beach reads for the summer, you didn’t let us down. Here are the top picks for “something old, something new, something deep and something trashy”. Enjoy!

think dan pink

Today we say hello to Citron and Pink Mist! It’s no secret that we love pink around here but you may not know about our other love – this Pink. If you haven’t checked out any of Dan Pink’s work, we strongly suggest you do. His books, his blog – everything the man touches seems to turn to gold – pink gold.

chronic case of bibliophilia

Bibliophilia is our Store Support Centre’s book club. Tanya takes us through their first journey of reading together. Bibliophilia members celebrate the completion of their first read at lululemon’s Store Support Centre. There is so much to gain between the covers of a book. Some teach us about parts of the world we have yet […]

making my “stop-doing” list

Sleep. Read. Sweat. Shower. Work. Meet. Write. Shop. Clean. Fix. Organize. Here. There. Everywhere. I am a recovering list-a-holic. Seriously, if I could itemize the minute details of my life purely for the satisfaction of crossing tasks off my list, I would. I do. The to-do list is hardly fresh. Children return to school and […]