Why should you wear no underwear under your yoga pants? So we can stop having absurd discussions about what kind of underwear you’re supposed to be wearing. Like this: More
Questions that will be answered this week by your all-knowing host:
- Why will the new Justin Timberlake album likely raise birth rates?
- What’s the real problem we need Lululemon to start fixing for us?
- Which disease has Downton Abbey‘s Dan Stevens caught — one that he shares with Hugh Jackman, Tom Hanks and Christian Bale?
- Who is Instagramming her weird bloody face? More
Lululemon just recalled their transparent pants. Also, people were buying transparent pants. More
Your Yoga Pants are pushing good men over the edge. Over the edge into lust. More
I don’t know about you, but when I select my yoga clothes, I’m not looking so much for something that offers a smooth transition from the workout studio to the club, but for them to be lightweight and breathable, not in danger of malfunctioning and nothing I have to repeatedly remove from my asscrack. More
For most of my life, I’ve been a gym-goer. More
Only one work week of 2012 is done (though for many of us not even a full one), and we are already stressed. The backaches are here from sitting all day, the tenseness in our hands is back and our eyes are tired from looking at the computer screen already. This is the time of year when we need to take care of ourselves the most and you know one of your resolutions was to get in better shape. That is where the Blissology project comes into play.
The $10 pass gets you access to four streaming vinyasa yoga classes led by Eoin Finn: yoga teacher, TED talker, and founder of the Blissology project, whose happiness and calm is contagious (even through streaming video). You also get access to the Blissology Project Booklet, which outlines Eoin’s mission as well as the principles of his 30-day “Commit to Bliss” program. More
Now that I have kids, the gym has become somewhat of a luxury. Most moms I know complain the only way to squeeze in a proper workout is to get up at an ungodly hour in the morning or to try and motivate once the kids are in bed. Or they head to the gym on weekends, as lots of women do, but the mommy guilt is all-consuming. Then there’s the whole treadmill-in-the-basement concept which, let’s face it, is soooo ’87.
Luckily, we’ve discovered a pretty cool solution to whole working-out dilemma that plagues busy moms. Our sister site Blisstree has partnered with The Blissology Project and Toronto’s 889 Yoga to bring streaming online yoga classes directly onto your laptop. They’re led by master yogi and hardcore surfer Eoin Finn, a Vancouver native and self-described “blissologist” who believes in a holistic approach to health (for example, combining power yoga with food awareness and an appreciation of nature).
If you’re like most Americans, you’ve probably resolved to lose weight, diet, or work out more this year…and every year for the past few years. But if the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results, then that’s just crazy. Which is why we think you should rehab your resolutions. Instead of taking your tenth stab at losing those last few pounds, or throwing hundreds of dollars at an expensive detox cleanse, try Eoin Finn‘s Blissology Project: We bet you’ve never done before, and we swear it can do a lot to help you get your health back on track after an indulgent holiday season.
Yoga is one of those activities that is easy only once you’re consistently doing it—and even then it’s still difficult, as you move up through the various classes and levels. Actually getting to the point where you’re regularly taking classes several times a week is frustrating enough. But with The Blissology Project, you can actually take that daunting first step (into Downward Dog) without stressing. More
Here we are at the start of a new year, ready to keep our resolutions: get in shape, eat better, finally finish reading War and Peace and be able to casually compare our tumultuous love lives to those of Natasha and Prince Nikolay with anyone who’s there to listen. Mostly to exercise. But then we go outside, and it’s cold, too cold to go all the way to the gym, and we’re tired, that mac n’ cheese in a box is looking like the perfect no-fuss meal, and we feel short, and that book would make a great 1,500 page booster seat while we eat our macaroni.
Luckily, there’s a someone to keep you going, no matter where you are. Yogi and “Blissologist” Eoin Finn leads an engaging and powerful Yoga, Meditation and Lifestyle Program that streams online, so you can exercise without having to leave the house. More
Sorry for posting two cat themed items in a row, but this yoga loving cat has captured my heart and soul. More
The Kardashians have a habit of confusing the simplest of tasks. And in tonight’s season premiere episode of Kourtney And Kim Take New York, the pair let the cameras into their home to film them taking a naked yoga class. Naked yoga, as you might expect, is “the practice of yoga without clothes.” Except, as Kim and Kourtney practice it, they wear clothes. And let their naked instructor rub his junk all over them instead. Of course!
For me, the time period between now and about, oh, I’d say 2012 is usually filled with a crazed schedule, lots of un-fun “budget” problems, family drama, and better access to cookie platters than kale salads. Which leads to stress, erratic eating, missed workouts, bad sleep, and a compromised immune system (hi, cold & flu season: it’s me again). And yoga—one of the few things that counteracts the toll of the holidays on my body—often seems like one more (stressful) think to add to my too-long to-do list. Which is why I’m not just happy that Blisstree is partnering with Eoin Finn‘s Blissology Project because we get to offer you 30 days of yoga for $10; I’m happy because it might just get me through Thanksgiving stress, too.
The $10 pass gets you access to an online video library of yoga classes led by Eoin Finn: yoga teacher, TED talker, and founder of the Blissology project, whose happiness and calm is contagious (even through streaming video). You also get access to the Blissology Project Booklet, which outlines Eoin’s mission as well as the principles of his 30-day “Commit to Bliss” program: This is the part that might get me (and you) through Thanksgiving. More