Tag Archives: hiking


happy place friday

It’s a gray Friday in Vancouver and the people behind the magic on lululemon.com are feeling a bit maxed. (You know the feeling, right? It’s the end of the week and your fridge is either almost empty or full of condiments.)  Real life gets hectic, my friends. The solution is not to pretend it doesn’t. The […]

do 180 things that scare you

About a year ago, my good friend Nick told me about this hiking trail in Corsica called the GR20, which is supposed to be one of the toughest in all of Europe, and he suggested it would make a great trip to test our abilities. It looked like a cool idea, but I kept on […]

manifesto challenge summary

Here we are, at the end of 30 days of rediscovery, reinvention and realization. I couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate then to take the trip out to Squamish to hike one of the most beautiful views in British Columbia: the Chief. Before hiking the Chief with your alleged ‘friends’ make sure you […]

the daily bhag: day 22 of goal setting

Name: Carly BHAG:I will climb all 54 Colorado peaks over 14,000 ft. before turning 54 years old. Carly is a key leader at lululemon Cherry Creek in Denver, Colorado. what is a bhag? A BHAG (pronounced “bee-hag”) is a big, hairy, audacious goal! why share your bhag? The more you share your goals, the more […]

fresh face friday – adding a little colour

lululemon just got a bit more colourful when we hired Asmin, the first ever colourist on the production team! In the true spirit of lululemon, Asmin will be creating from nothing and setting the tone for what it means to be a colourist here at lululemon. Say hello… Asmin, in her Olympic gear what is […]

fresh faces: our newest designer!

She had us at hello! Meet Toni, the newest member of our yoga design team! We’re thrilled to welcome her expertise, glowing smile, and quick wit to the lululemon family. When Toni isn’t whipping out gorgeous yoga designs, she can be found rock climbing, mountain biking, running, swimming, or dancing… if she hasn’t already taken […]

hiking yoga: step off your mat

Getting down and dirty in yoga class is admirable – getting off your mat and practicing outdoors is extraordinary. Taking yoga outdoors stimulates the senses and heightens physical awareness. I have found hiking yoga to be one of the most invigorating and spiritual activities. Without breath, you are not doing yoga. So why not breathe […]