Re: The downside of yoga
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: February 15, 2021 11:29PM

Does Yoga Have A Conspiracy Theory Problem?


Re: Lululemon:Resist Capitalism event --- WTF?
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: April 17, 2021 12:51AM

Wellness brand Lululemon has employees comparing it to a cult

Kyle Schnitzer
April 14, 2021



“On the outside looking in, Lululemon seems really kind and really inclusive, as long as who you are includes what they want you to be,” Emma, the employee, said.

She added: “Often, I just came home crying.”


Workers also said that they were “heavily encouraged” to workout daily and often felt pressured to share their personal problems with their bosses.

Another employee, Erin, who worked at a Minnesota store, said that company made it more difficult for minorities to feel like their voice mattered.

“I think they definitely don’t appreciate all types of personalities,” Erin, an Asian-American woman who worked for Lululemon, said. “And it’s harder for minorities to feel like they have a voice during training when they’re constantly being talked over.”

Lululemon denied any of the claims made in the report.

Re: The downside of yoga
Posted by: facet ()
Date: May 28, 2021 01:13AM

I enjoyed reading this recent thesis in which the writer shares valuable insight (regarding its title) into yoga, as well as meditation and other mindfulness practices, maybe others here will enjoy it too;

Experiences of Shame, Exclusion, & Appropriation in
Mindfulness-based Wellness Culture
Charlotte Grace Starling Portland State University


Apologies if it has already been posted.

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 05/28/2021 01:18AM by facet.

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