lululemon Healthier Communities

lululemon seeks innovative ways to use store locations and community hubs to improve mind, body, and the local community at large.

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Challenge Overview

Your Challenge

lululemon wants your ideas to improve the mind, body, and community of lululemon guests when they spend time in our store and community spaces. 

Winners of this challenge will have the opportunity to partner with lululemon’s R&D and Innovation Lab, Whitespace Explorations, and may see their ideas or technologies brought to life for lululemon guests.  Challenge participants will also have the opportunity to win merchandise, cash, and other awards. 


Why This Matters

lululemon is rapidly expanding and has over 450 stores around the world. If each of these spaces were to influence the well-being of just 100 guests each day, we would impact over 16 million lives a year. That’s twice the population of New York! 

These physical spaces provide a community focused influence to make a difference, and as a group they create a global network that focuses on enhancing wellbeing.

We are committed to driving innovation for societal betterment through empowerment of the individual and their communities,  and we are clear that our means to do so is rooted in discovering and elevating the potential that exists within all of us.

We need your diverse perspectives, game-changing ideas, and belief busting breakthroughs to realise our vision, and will provide you the support and platform you need to do so. 


Challenge Guidelines


At lululemon, we believe in the three pillars of wellbeing that we call the Sweatlife: the mind, the body, and the community around us. 

For the body, we believe regular physical activity and simple whole food nutrition are the foundation. 

For the mind, we believe in emotional fitness: awareness of our thoughts, emotions, and bodily sensations. 

For the community, we believe a human is more than just the individual, and is part of something larger.  As individuals we are a global community in a close, interconnected network of people. 


Why focus on retail and community spaces?

In an ever increasing digital world, we still see the utmost importance in bringing people together physically. Our stores are designed to be multi-functional spaces promoting community where people can not only shop, but learn, grow, and connect with each other. 

The goal of this challenge is to use your ideas to expand the concept of what a lululemon store is and could be.We want individuals and the larger community to leave our stores enriched and better than they were before entering.

These spaces offer configurability and an opportunity to regularly connect with individuals on variable cadences. What these hubs offer now will continue to evolve as the needs of the collective continues to evolve. And most importantly, we don’t take ourselves too seriously at lululemon.  While wellbeing can be serious business, we believe that true wellbeing can only be achieved if we don’t sweat the small stuff and instead, infuse fun and enjoyment in all we do.


Helpful Context Links

The links below are some of our favorite thinkers and perspectives on various aspects of proactive well-being and living better, longer. There isn’t one specific thing to take away necessary, but a perusal of these works, at a high level, should give you a sense of the angle we take when we say “healthy”, the approach toward building a codified lifestyle that is effective and accessible, and the notion that sometimes the most interesting and innovative ideas are the ones that strip out the complexity for the beautifully simple. We aren’t looking for, nor do we expect a submission to quote or reference any of these works directly. Consider them simply as a context-creator to put you on the path to your world changing idea:) Enjoy!


Let your Imagination Soar

You may have an idea of what lululemon stores look like today, how it feels to be inside of them, the goal of your visit, and how much time you spend there. What would be possible if we removed those constraints?

  • What if you visited the space just once for 2 hours? 6 hours? Overnight? How might you improve the wellbeing of an individual?
  • What if you visited the space on a regular basis? How might you improve the wellbeing of an individual in this instance?
  • What if the space was not confined by the four walls? What if the space was configurable?
  • What new technology could be incorporated into these physical locations that would meaningfully improve the health of an individual and/or a community in a single visit?
  • What if there was only one person in the store? What if there were 300 people?
  • What if the stores were not primarily transactional and didn’t even need to make money?

Challenge Structure

You may submit your idea to one of two categories:

  1. Ideation Category: Submit your high-level idea to influence the health and well-being of lululemon guests. If you were to share this idea at a cocktail party, what would you say? The submission is a short description explaining the opportunity, innovation, and action plan of your idea.
  2. Proposal Category: Submit your detailed proposal describing the main details of the concept (user experience, technology, rough plan to execution)

Please see the Submission Form below for the required entry format.

You can submit multiple ideas to each round. Each idea must be submitted separately.



Ideation Round:

lululemon will award up to 5 innovators for the best ideas in the Ideation Round:

  1. 1st Place: $600 gift card and personalized fit session at your local lululemon store
  2. 2nd Place: $400 gift card
  3. 3rd Place: $300 gift card
  4. People's Choice Awards: up to 2 winners will each receive a $200 gift card based on the ideas receiving the most votes

Proposal Round:

lululemon will recognize the top 3 innovators for the best submissions in the Proposal Round and winners will be announced on April 14, 2020. Following the winners selection and announcement, the top 3 winners will visit lululemon headquarters in Vancouver, Canada, to learn more about Whitespace and lululemon, and to present their proposals in-person to the Whitespace Explorations Executive Team*. The objective of this session will be to better determine the impact and viability of the idea and potentially to develop a roadmap for a guest facing demonstration of the submission.  The top 3 winners will each receive a monetary prize as well; $7,500 USD for 1st place, $5,000 USD for 2nd place, and $3,500 USD for 3rd place. Depending on circumstances, potential options for further integration of the idea include: 

  1. Partnership in further developing the submission
  2. An opportunity to showcase the technology at a lululemon event/location in front of the lululemon guest
  3. A short-term contract with Whitespace Explorations

*lululemon will cover travel expenses for up to two team members to Vancouver, Canada from anywhere in the world. Winners are responsible for securing the necessary documentation/visas to enter Canada should they win. lululemon is unable to provide visa assistance.


How Do I Win?

In order to be eligible for an award, your solution must meet the following minimum requirements.  Solutions should:

  1. Propose a solution that can be applied to the store environment
  2. Propose a solution that is based on current scientific understanding
  3. Address a pillar of well-being as discussed in the background section; Mind, Body, Community. Note, submissions will not be judged more favourably if they address all pillars.  Rather emphasis should be placed on the anticipated impact on overall guest well-being, with interventions with larger impact on guest well-being considered more favourable.
  4. Focus on addressing proactive human well-being and not on alleviating clinical conditions.
  5. Ft within a space the size of a store location or smaller (<1000sqft)

Solutions that meet the minimum requirements will be scored according to the judging criteria below and available for public voting (Ideation Category only).




Ideation Round

% Score



Does the idea impact one or more of the three pillars of well-being?

In what way does it influence a pillar? What type of individual and community would benefit from the idea? 

How big an effect is expected in terms of size of audience and depth of impact of the solution on individuals and a community?

Does this idea have the potential to “disrupt” the well-being industry?




How is the solution unique & innovative? 

How does the proposed solution differ from existing solutions addressing human well-being? 

Is the idea currently utilised in other settings? Or is it completely ‘new-to-world’?





Does current scientific understanding support the plausibility of the idea? If so, how?





Does the technology and understanding exist now? Is it likely to exist in the next 3-5 years?

How will it utilize the physical space?






Proposal Round

% Score



Does the idea impact one or more of the three pillars of well-being?

In what way does it influence a pillar? What type of individual and community would benefit from the idea? 

How big an effect is expected in terms of size of audience and depth of impact of the solution on individuals and a community?

Does this idea have the potential to “disrupt” the well-being industry




How is the solution unique & innovative? 

How does the proposed solution differ from existing solutions addressing human well-being? 

Is the idea currently utilised in other settings? Or is it completely ‘new-to-world’?

Is there a unique human, business, cultural or technological insight?




Does current scientific understanding support the plausibility of the idea? If so, how?



Does the technology and understanding exist now? Is it likely to exist in the next 3-5 years?

What key challenges would need addressing to successfully realise such an idea?

How will it utilize the physical space?

Could there be a plan put in place to implement the idea within 3-5 years? Is there clear milestones identified?




Intellectual Property

All intellectual property rights will remain with the innovator. Please see the Challenge-Specific Agreement for complete details.

The Winners from the Proposal Round may be presented with an opportunity to partner with Whitespace Explorations to further develop their solutions and test them in a lululemon store environment. In such cases, the terms of the partnership, including intellectual property agreements, will be mutually negotiated following the competition.



Challenge Launches: January 7th, 2020

Submission Deadline: March 3rd, 2020 at  5 pm PST

Judging Begins: March 4th, 2020

Public Voting for Ideation Round: March 24th to April 2nd, 2020

Judging Ends: April 6th, 2020

Winners Announced: April 14th, 2020


Additional Rules

Participation Eligibility:

The challenge is open to all adult individuals, aged 18 or older, with the exception of lululemon employees or contractors. lululemon employees and contractors are not eligible to participate in the challenge.

Teams may originate from any country. Submissions must be made in English. All challenge-related communication will be in English.

No specific qualifications or expertise in the field of health and wellness is required. Prize organizers encourage outside individuals and non-expert teams to compete and propose new solutions. 

To be eligible to compete, you must comply with all the terms of the challenge as defined in the Challenge-Specific Agreement.


Registration and Submissions:

Submissions must be made online (only), via upload to the website, on or before 5:00 pm PST on March 3rd. No late submissions will be accepted.


Selection of Winners:

Based on the winning criteria, prizes will be awarded per the Judging Criteria section above. In the case of a tie, the winner(s) will be selected based on the highest votes from the Judges.


Additional Information

  • By participating in the challenge, each competitor agrees to submit only their original idea. Any indication of "copying" amongst competitors is grounds for disqualification.
  • All applications will go through a process of due diligence; any application found to be misrepresentative, plagiarized, or sharing an idea that is not their own will be automatically disqualified.
  • All ineligible applicants will be automatically removed from the competition with no recourse or reimbursement.
  • No purchase or payment of any kind is necessary to enter or win the competition.
  • Void wherever restricted or prohibited by law.

Challenge Updates

And the Winners Are...

April 14, 2020, 9 a.m. PDT by Kyla Jeffrey

We are excited to announce the winners in the lululemon's Healthier Communities Challenge!

We were absolutely thrilled with the overwhelming response and quality of submissions. Ideas ranged from breathwork classes to digital community gardens. Your submission was engaging and well-crafted. 


Ideation Category Winners:

1st Place: HeroX Health Station , Limitless Energy LLC. 

2nd Place: A community that gardens together stays together, Suresh Riya

3rd Place: You, Lisa Schools

People's Choice: The ALIGNED Athlete, Marcy Deresienski (96 votes)

People's Choice: Lululemon: An Alternative to Church and CountryClub, Adam (81 votes)


Proposal Category Winners:

1st Place: Immersive Multi-Sensory Experience, to:Resonate

2nd Place: LuluScape: The full experience, Matthew Payne

3rd Place: Person-specific Nutrition is a wellness foundation, Team NRG

Last Chance to Get Out the Vote!

April 1, 2020, 12:07 p.m. PDT by Kyla Jeffrey

This is your last chance to get votes in for your Ideation Submissions! Voting will close on Thursday April 2nd at 5:00 pm Pacific Time (Los Angeles).

The two submissions that receive the most votes will be awarded as People Choice winners and will each earn a $200 lululemon gift card. You can see more details in the challenge guidelines.

Voting Open!

March 24, 2020, 9 a.m. PDT by Kyla Jeffrey

Ideation submissions are officially open for public voting! Head back to the challenge page and vote for your favourite entry.

If you submitted to the Ideation Round, this is your chance to rally your friends, family, and strangers on the internet to vote for your submission. 

The two submissions that receive the most votes will be awarded as People Choice winners and will each earn a $200 lululemon gift card. You can see more details in the challenge guidelines.

Submissions will be available for voting until April 2nd at 5:00 pm Pacific Time (Los Angeles).

Only one day left!

March 2, 2020, 4:35 p.m. PST by Liz Treadwell

It's not too late! There is one more day to submit your innovative ideas for the Healthier Communities Challenge. As a final reminder, you must finalize your submission prior to the deadline, which is tomorrow at 5pm PST.

In order for your entry to be eligible, it must meet the requirements outlined in the Guidelines section. Be sure to double check these before submitting.

You can view a general How to Submit your entry video here.

We are excited to review all your amazing ideas!

Don’t delay! Seven days until the submission deadline

Feb. 25, 2020, 1:25 p.m. PST by Liz Treadwell

Only 1 week left until we need your submissions for the Healthier Communities Challenge!

This message is to remind you to complete and finalize your submission before the deadline - Tuesday, March 3rd at 5pm PST. In order for your entry to be eligible, your submission must meet the requirements outlined in the Guidelines section.

In case you need assistance, you can view a How-To video on completing your submission here.

Submit any questions you may have to the forum here or

We can’t wait to see what you’ve developed!


Ideation Round

Details of 3 Pillar Self-Care
Our submission focuses on the reciprocal responsibilities of the individual and the community in health care; care of the body and the mind.
by selfcare661
Info, better choice, bundles and discounts
Offer bundles with wearables, apps, food subscriptions, sport equipment, fitness/sport events vouchers Put the Herox challenge in stores
by ChrisJJ
Lululemon on Wheels
Lululemon on Wheels is an event on the coastline that encourages Singaporeans to be healthier in a more enjoyable way.
by Audrey Clarissa's team
Relaxation for life
Essential oils and yoga classes will be used to improve the customers' bodies, by giving them something they can use for stressful moments.
by Diana Orgaz's team
The community with a family spirit
A family spirit can melt away all tension and propaganda, the closeness that forms will build trust.
by Ridho Kusuma's team
Rehabilitation hub
A revolutionizing rehabilitation hub that offers free specially designed yoga classes geared/structured for physically impaired person's.
by Silence Dogood
Aerial Wellness
Aerial yoga encompasses the Sweatlife by incorporating the body, mind, and community through exercise that benefits the body and emotions.
by Aaron Leong
Idea: VIPaccess - LL available 24x7 for Community
LL stores, small pop-ups and website give guests renewable free VIPaccess passes to remote/virtual 24x7 coaching, shopping assistants, more.
by Mitul Sarkar
The flatpack lululemon pop-up party store
As fans cannot get enough of LL, how about taking the store to the fans - a flatpack-style pop up store for "home parties" in communities!
by Mitul Sarkar
Mom-accomodating Workout Sessions
Stores organize, host and form the start/stop locations for workouts that are welcoming and accommodating for moms!
by SunE Power
Product Creation using the 5 Elements
Creating and launching products in cycles designed with Ayurvedic insight (a sister-science of yoga) will take Lululemon to the next level.
by Talamana
Pull Up Challenge
Add a pull up bar to Lulu locations. Customers have one chance to attempt 5 pull ups & receive a special limited edition bag at check out.
by Cassidy Schippel
Community Crowd-Sourced Vision Board
Implement a screen on store walls that displays a community crowd-sourced digital vision board that is auto-updated on a regular basis
by Benny Chen
Community-Up Wall
A smart screen asking about a life changing habit, latest read book, creative ideas for greener world or recycling, or mind-tickling riddles
by Shahd Mohamed
Beyond personal growth
Wildflower seeds come with purchases. Lululemon plants seeds locally and displays video instore. Instills connection, pride and altruism
by Sarah Brownsteen
Building Community: Peer motivation & Company
An app makes the pursuit of wellness more fun by helping people find good company and peer motivation nearby. Thus, building up community.
by Mitul Sarkar
LuluHub is an interactive terminal that would sit in stores to provide voluntarily provided member information about fitness and well-being.
by Gary Kawakami
Athena: Automated and personalized attention
It will help you improve your experience in the store by giving you a personalized and automated attention while you recycle your clothes.
by Team number 1
The Great Escape
Create non-scheduled cycle, yoga or meditation spaces within or outside of Lululemon stores
by Muwuso Mkochi
Smart Clothing for Best Sports Performance
Fabric woven with electronic fibers measures your posture, which is tracked by an app on your mobile phone.
by Robin Rowe
1 store = 1 collective ->Support for Worthy Causes
Unite community into fundraising for worthy causes via Rewards program that gives points for LL purchases and completed wellness activities.
by Mitul Sarkar
YellowYoga hosts in-store yoga classes for customers to meet new people, exercise with others, and earn points for lululemon merchandise!
by Team 13
Lulu Zone
We are reinventing the Lululemon space into an immersive experience zone.
by Joanne Choi's team
Goal Posts: Goals, inspiration, and connection!
Use technology to set goals, inspire, and connect (& boost sales!) Requires a simple app and/or in-store kiosks to post to social media.
by Jennifer Rider
Crowdsourcing Modeling
Allow shoppers to submit an image of themselves "modelling" their Lululemon gear to be used in the in-store ads.
by David Tufino
A community that gardens together stays together
An indoor oasis where patrons can come to and contribute to a community garden and enjoy healthy food and drinks.
by Suresh Riya
A Rewarding Rewards Program
A new type of rewards program that gives discounts if users have been working out through an in-store gym or corresponding app.
by James Daley's team
Healthy and Active lifestyle is good for consumers. The store will be fresh but warm homely colours. Music and nature will inspire the space
by Jiang Yueqiao's team
Moving Forward Community Access
Provide access to affordable counselling to both the community and Lululemon employees.
by Rebecca Suchodolski
Bamboo lined yoga shirts that monitor heart rates
Shirts with a bamboo lining and an attached heart monitor.
by Tristan DeBerardino
Puppy OM
Partner with a local rescue and share an engaging, educational, and empowering puppy yoga experience for your curious customers. Pure bliss
by Amelia Herold
Five-sensing store
Store becomes a multi-sensorial experience with touching wall, smell, music, and food in a congruent way to create a pleasant experience.
by Fabiola Stephania Barragan's team
Lululemon Hero X Health Station
Our Hero X Health Station stems from the reality that we can change the Planet together, with renewable energy, and our individual energy.
by Limitless Energy LLC's team
Yoga Without Bounds
Virtual reality devices can be used to create yoga experiences at destinations all around the world- all within the walls of the store.
by Leyla Battista-Channell
Basic Concepts of Self-Care Awareness Health Care
Some of our tested concepts, based on our foundational principles of 'patient centered care' and 'do no harm' medicine.
by selfcare661
Engagement with Senior Citizens
Senior Citizens are active and have free time. Activities that engage them will encourage participation in healthy behavior and improvement.
by Harold Fravel
Lululime Bar
A one stop shop where consumers can enjoy a healthy beverage while visiting and trying on Lululemon products. No need to leave for foodcourt
by Mo shay
Retail of the Future... Today!
What we are proposing is not only a change to the layout of the store but rather, redefining what a store is and how it affects customers.
by Max Haines's team
Lululemon:An Alternative to Church and CountryClub
There is a decline in attendance at church and country club. LL could offer alternative opportunities to these community gathering spaces.
by Adam
A single service to cater various skin needs which is environment friendly with the installation of vending machines at lululemon stores.
by Sudhanshu Gupta's team
Community Garden
by Susanna Park
Micro-Wellness Center
Bring your friends and sink into deep relaxation at our Bathhouse & Spa featuring a sauna, warm saltwater soaking pool, and cold plunge.
by Robin Tama
A custom cross-fit offering where customers can enter the store and get personally customized training wear to fit all of their sports.
by Lisa Schools
Smart Change Rooms
Have change rooms with a second screen that gets triggered by the clothes a user brings in and provides contextual help.
by Muwuso Mkochi
Well-being in Every Dimension
Create an immersive space where the walls and the ceiling are displays to support education, exercise, mediation, entertainment, & more.
by Michael Riordan
Lululemon Palette
Palettes are super popular, what if Lululemon had a palette inspired by the company and visitors to the store.
by N Stein
embedded sensors in clothing
For $20 extra, every piece of clothing can have an embedded sensor package to help quantify and improve health.
by Mike Dussault
The ALIGNED Athlete
Breathwork designed to empower athletes to increase performance athletically and academically, by slowing down and finding alignment.
by Marcy Deresienski
Future of Lululemon
We believe that if Lululemon were to instill our ideas into their corporate stores, it would make for a better shopping experience.
by Matthew Martinez
The Lululife wellbeing App & In store experience
An interactive wellbeing app that links to stores and reaches anyone, anywhere for accessibility to classes, events, workshops and more…
by Lululife
My idea is for business promotion of store.
Connect Workout Buddies
Use an app and an in-store "speed dating"-like meetup to connect workout buddies.
by SunE Power
Intelligent Sizing Kiosk
We propose a kiosk that automatically sizes up customers and provides customized sizing and clothing recommendations.
by Justin Lovelace
Lululemon active learning space
A minimalist store on 2 levels. Level 1 retail library. Level 2 events space hosting workshops and collaboration with brands
by Vivian Chen's team
Lululemon Customizing app
A Lululemon app that allows customers to design and customise their clothes based on what they want and is made and delivered to their homes
by Coretech
Online Access to Yoga and Meditation Classes
Online yoga and meditation classes with a broad range of different classes for different needs, from movement to meditation, for any level.
by Aileen Quinn
Lulu the Dog
A dog in every store that wears lululemon branding clothing. The dog is supposed to be friendly with customers and open to pet.
by Elias Nichols
Healing headband
Breast cancer awareness head band desiged in pink with Lululemon lettering in black. 70 percent proceeds go to breast cancer awareness.
by Silence Dogood
The Needs of the Body
Equip each store with a first-aid station, AED, fire extinguisher, and free public restroom.
by Grace Lo Porto
Water Tranquillity
The idea is using 5 sensorial marketing (Visual, Touch, Taste, Sound, Scent) in the room of the installation by using technology
by Evania Jocelin Budiharto's team
Lululimelight that brings shoppers worldwide together with a storewide three-in-one augmented reality (AR) platform.
by Aether
Giving Back with Yoga Community Projects
A portion of sales of Lululemon apparel goes back toward the community, supporting programs that provide yoga to the underserved.
by Aileen Quinn
Personal Nutrition guidance AI for Body and Mind
The health of both the Body and the Mind will be improved when lululemon users are able to get personalized AI-smart nutrition guidance.
by N R G
feel good from the inside, show it in the outside
Improve the community relationship, by adding a smoothie bar in the stores for those who want a healthier choice after doing some workout.
by Fernanda Paola López Ramírez's team
Futuristic presentation
AI is present everywhere, so let's bring AI to the store, showing virtual assistants that welcome people and perform basic introduction.
by John Harold Belalcazar
a community project
a MOVEMENT to build community, inspire connectedness, and support the pillars of health and wellness. follow @acommunityproject on insta
by Kayla Springer
Sound and view from nature are the best vibrations that you can provide to the individuals. Thank You.
by Abhishek Yadav
Meditation/yoga group
Meditation or yoga group classes that Lululemon provides to its customers, and allows them to try and test Lululemon’s active wear
by Sannidhi Gudipati
Because we care, we go green.
Shop concept where we help Lululemon clients relax by aiming the main mental illnesses in each country by having a vertical garden.
by María Ampudia's team
Helping Hands Headband Machine
Customers create custom headbands with a variety of designs, and an identical headband will be donated to charity.
by Anna Turner
Himalayan Salt Inhalation Room
A Himalayan salt inhalation room in a lululemon store is an excellent way for shoppers to cleanse their respiratory track as they destress
by Laura Schalken
Promote Health by Television
by TAMU ENDS 101 Team
Lulu Fitness App
A credit system where points can be earned through different activities such as working out, volunteering in communities, etc.,
by Benjamin Figueroa
mother is the necessity of invention
a campaign to connect new & existing mothers to network of global support: mental health screening, customized nutrition, family goals
by Amelia Buttress
An interactive 'maze style' experience. Guests learn Lululemons journey and the WHY they exist. All through engagement, play & having fun!
by Byron Salisbury
Drone phone
The mobile smartphone is provided with small folding motors inside the phone
The electronic clothing tag
Made of an electronic screen that shows images of a specific product on a model allows customers to see how the item looks on a person.
by Jeremy Grail's team
All Bodies Yoga Teacher Training Online Course
Partnering with The Yoga Seed Collective, The All Bodies Yoga Teacher Training Online Course would consist of a 40 hour webinar.
by Aileen Quinn
Jildball is a synthesis of legend and ancient folk game. Тhe player must throw the ball exactly in the center of the circles
by Jacob Bizehr
Temple as Shop / Temple within Shop
The science used to create ancient temples (as harmonic wave generators to create alignment via entrainment) can be used in/as a shop space.
by Talamana
Elevate: Lululemon Rainbow of Purpose
The rainbow of purpose: the Lululemon logo broken out into colors representing the different channels of wellness
by Isabelle Hughes's team
Meet Lu! Lululemons newest personal stylist!
A Physical interactive screen to virtually try clothes with filtered selections fitting guest's environment, characteristics, and likings.
by ENDS Team 4
The Revolution of Radical Love
Recognize and Acknowledge the Power of Love in our communities by honoring those who are Courageous enough to exemplify Radical Love!
by Debbie Dixon
What's growing on you today?
Our skin is alive with microbes that affect our wellness. Would you like to know whats growing on you? Find out at your local Lulu store.
by James Pearce
Going Green.
Going Green, my proposals to manafacture recyled cork into yoga mats. This proposal connects us to our community by healing our environment.
by Silence Dogood
TDCS and AMG testing.
Using transcranial direct current stimulation (TDCS) acoustic myography (AMG) and exercise (yoga) to calculate brain and body biomarkers.
by Silence Dogood
How2 #sweatlife in interstitial time... anywhere!
Mock-ups in store + instruction on how to #reclaim wait times ANYWHERE by stretching and exercising. E.g. curbside, in transportation, etc
by Mitul Sarkar
A Relaxing Experience
I suggest lululemon stores give their guests an ipod and headphones when they're shopping and play relaxing music, such as binaural beats.
by Laura Vognar
Free membership card given on entry that provides you with access to an online community designed around your preferences and habits.
by Haleigh Copeland's team