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Lululemon is making some big moves. They just acquired Mirror, an interactive workout device that streams over 10,000 live fitness classes right through, well, a mirror. It helps you and your instructor check your form and has features that tell you about your activity and time. Along with the Mirror, Lululemon launched a new membership program called Lululemon Studio.
Lululemon Studio is what gives you access to thousands of fitness classes, like yoga, dance, boxing, and more. Lululemon partnered with big fitness franchises like Pure Barre, Rumble, and Forward_Space so you can take classes specifically from their instructors. And with Lululemon Studio, you can get early access to events, 10% off shopping perks, 20% off classes, and so much more.
You probably still have lots of questions, and I get it. It’s all still new. Below, I break down everything in detail. For more savings, definitely check out the early Lululemon Black Friday deals happening now. And read up on our Lululemon hacks so you can shop smart every time.
Lululemon Studio costs $39 per month.
You can sign up for a free Lululemon Essential membership which gives you early access to product drops, returns on sale items, and free hemming. It doesn’t give you any access to workouts, but it’s worth signing up for the free perks.
Lululemon Studio is a $39 per-month subscription that includes all of the Essential perks, plus more. First, it grants members access to over 10,000 world-class workouts with live instructors. You and up to five other family or household members can use the subscription. You also get 10% off Lululemon clothing plus 20% off in-person classes at their partner studios. Just know that this offer varies by location. Partner studios include:
- Y7 Studio
- Pure Barre
You need the Mirror to access Lululemon Studio.
Essentially, the Mirror ($795, Mirror) is a full-length smart mirror with a camera. That means when turned on, instructors can see you and check your form. People like the Mirror because it basically replaces your gym. You can work out at home even if you don’t have a lot of space. People who like to do cardio especially like it since it offers dance classes, barre, and yoga. And when you’re done working out, you can cover the camera and turn the whole thing off.
Here’s the catch: you can only use Lululemon Studio if you have the Mirror. And it’s pricey. The Mirror retails for $1,495, but it’s on sale now for nearly half off at $795. But it’s an at-home replacement for your gym that you can use whenever you’d like without pressure. If you can’t pay that up front, you can finance the Mirror for $17 a month with Affirm.
And it works both ways: you can’t use the Mirror without Lululemon Studio. When you purchase the mirror, you’re mainly getting the mirror, the mirror stand, a camera lens cap, and a standard warranty. You only get access to classes, shopping perks, and discounts when you purchase the Lululemon Studio membership.
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The Lululemon Studio and Mirror are worth it if you like cardio.
Let’s say you want to sign up for Forward_Space classes. A single Forward_Space class costs $38. If you end up taking six single classes in a month, that costs $228 in total. With Lululemon Studio, you can get the same six classes for $182 with a 20% off discount.
Also, if the thought of going to the gym gives you anxiety, the Mirror is nice in that you’re working out in the comfort of your home. You can turn your camera on and off, and you can get live feedback from trainers that are available 24/7.
I also like that you get unlimited Experiential Store classes. There are a few Experiential Stores across the country where you can shop, work out, eat, and hang out. If you live by one of the Experiential stores, you can go to one free class per week. But if cardio isn’t your thing, you’re better off staying with your gym.