Lululemon doesn’t want to just sell you the yoga pants, it wants to be there while you work out.

The company said late Monday that it has agreed to buy at-home fitness company Mirror, and investors seemed impressed: Lululemon’s richly valued shares rose around 6% on Tuesday morning. Mirror is a $1,495 piece of equipment that comprises a camera, speakers and a reflective screen, allowing users to see both a remote trainer and their own form. Like Peloton, whose exercise bikes go for a heftier $2,245, Mirror charges a $39 monthly…

— to www.wsj.com