Tag Archives: Vancouver


an afternoon with chris chavez

Last weekend our global ambassador Chris Chavez came to town and over 300 yogis gathered in Vancouver to breathe, flip upside down, and move together. Check out this photo recap of our community coming together. p.s. In London? Practice with Chris March 26 & 27th at Indaba!

yoga in the dark

Given that the Northern Hemisphere is currently in its darkest time of year, it seemed fitting that at last week’s Underground Yoga class in Vancouver, ambassadors Suzanne and Frankie lead over 200 of us through a practice that honoured the darkness within us. why we should honour the dark We talk a lot in yoga […]

finding the fun in fondo

This past weekend, thousands of cyclists took to the Sea to Sky Highway here in Vancouver to ride the third annual Whistler GranFondo. We’re talking about a 120K, mostly uphill climb. One of our writers, Ella, rose to the challenge and shared the ten things she was thinking about between moments of telling her legs […]

13.1 awesome cheer signs for 13.1 miles

Runners, it’s time to round up the troops. Race day is just a mere three weeks away and we’re going to need all the “rah, rah!” we can get (but seriously, how bout that 20k training run?). Get your friends, families, coworkers and heck, your neighbour’s dog to join the cheering party on August 11 […]

you asked, we answered: run training 101

Rob, our SeaWheeze TackleBox trainer and Emma, our expert nutrition partner at Vega, took over our social channels for a one-hour live Q & A.  We’ve compiled some of the most valuable questions to help you tackle the SeaWheeze half marathon… 3 weeks and counting! tips from our experts Q: Hey Rob – I’m struggling […]

grind now, w(h)ine later

Last weekend we traded in our ski boots for hiking boots and joined in on the fun pain of hiking up Grouse Mountain. Here are some official (and unofficial) stats about the infamous Grouse Grind: trail facts trail length: 2.9K elevation gain: 2800ft commonly referred to as: Nature’s Stairmaster number of people who climb the […]

top fives from the bali spirit festival

A curious lizard walks across the floor as we settle into Savasana cooled by a Bali breeze, listening to the hum of cicadas. At the Bali Spirit Festival in Ubud — a celebration of music, yoga and art — nature is all around. Mix in thousands of yogis from around the globe and plenty of scrumptious […]

one yoga | ryan leier

You can often find us flowing at One Yoga For The People, a small studio tucked away in Gastown, Vancouver. We caught up with owner, and lululemon ambassador, Ryan Leier to chat about his studio, his lululemon lab collaboration and his favourite books and music. Your studio is called One Yoga for the People. What’s the philosophy behind the name? […]

run the world

Before Joanna came to lululemon (you know her as the quick-witted writer responsible for one-liners like this) she could be found serving cocktails at 30,000ft and reminding us that the captain has turned on the seatbelt sign. With limited time between landings and take-offs, her favourite way to see the world was by foot (and […]

(m)app my hike

photo by: Brooke Morse Though I’m not really afraid of anything, intimidation can get the best of me from time to time. The Grouse Grind, a firm fixture on my Vancouver bucket list, was one of those things that required a little more encouragement than say, lavender lattes and mini waffles at Café Medina. Just […]