the best things in life are free!



Complimentary yoga!

I'm a fairly new yogi, having only practiced yoga for about a year and a half (and even though I was fairly athletic, I was never very flexible). So I know that as beginner, hitting up your first yoga class can be a somewhat confusing (which style? which studio?) and intimidating experience.

Many people might not know, but lululemon stores offer weekly complimentary yoga classes for the community. The goal of these classes is to help you try out many different styles of yoga and experience a range of teachers from various local studios in a supportive environment. The classes are mixed levels and the crowd ranges from yoga class virgins to health-conscious athletes who use yoga as a way to stretch their muscles out.

You know the saying: the best things in life are free. At the lululemon where I work, the Ala Moana store in Honolulu, Hawaii, we actually offer four weekly events: a Sunday morning yoga class, a cardio boot camp on the beach, a running club, and a weekly health seminar. All. For. Free.

So whether you are a complete beginner to yoga, a longtime yoga lover looking to dabble in different styles, or just trying to stretch your dollar, come find bliss at your local lululemon store. Find your local lululemon here to find out what's happening at your store, or just drop by and ask. Good luck!

Above: Guests and educators work up a sweat at a complimentary in store yoga class! Mats are always provided.

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LOVE the free classes!
It was such a great way to get me into the world of yoga when I first started working for Lululemon.
I think having it as free not only promotes our desire for a healthy n fit world but opens the possibility up for those unfamilar with the pastime.

Big THUMBS UP! And to anyone who hasn’t tried it,
do it! What do you have to lose?!

Comment by Jenna — May 1, 2009 @ 6:54 pm


When and where are the sales on the lululemon clothing?

Comment by Julie — May 5, 2009 @ 12:44 pm


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