Lululemon is not just a retail store, it’s a movement. This inspiring company aims to promote health and happiness through being fit and physically active, and they make it easy with their gorgeous activewear. Forget daggy trackpants, Lululemon will turn you into a fashionista in the yoga studio or running track and on the street as well.
Each store offers free classes – my local store has yoga, a running group and a stroller walking group. I used to love Sunday morning yoga at Lululemon – what a great way to start the day.
Check out the goal setting application on their website. It’s just one of the creative ways that Lululemon moves and motivates their customers to better their lives. Love it.
Carolyn is a Sydney-based GP and acupuncturist/Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner who has devoted her career to finding the evidence for health and happiness. She was the first practising medical doctor in Australia to also qualify as a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner. She is a post-doctoral researcher at the National Institute of Complementary Medicine and the Chair of the Integrative Medicine Working Group at the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Her previous work on acupuncture for menopause was published in a high-impact internal medicine journal. She has appeared on radio and on national television. Carolyn continues to work as a clinician alongside her research work, and is on a journey to find the best way to combine a career and family. She moved in early 2016 from Melbourne to the Northern Beaches of Sydney with her husband and two young children, and enjoys running, high-intensity-interval training, goal-setting, and the occasional eating of cupcakes.