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More Holiday Gift Ideas from YogaDeals

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From Jenn, the official yogadealer, a few more gift-giving ideas for your pals, teachers and all the hard-to-buy-for yogis in your life, on the mat and on the go.

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  1. For the Fashionista - Because black leggings are usually what you buy for yourself.  Treat your yoga-loving pals to something out of the ordinary with Inyo Wear Leggies, a Kickstarter-funded yoga brand with fun printed pants, like Giraffeness , that are made of quick wicking fabric and enhanced with butt ruching  to help accentuate your ass-ana at a fraction of the cost of some other mass brands. ($58, InyoWear.com)
  2. For the Traveling Tea (Coffee) Lover – Perhaps it’s a stereotype – which are usually based on some truths – yogis love tea (some also love coffee; no shaming, here).  The Bodum Insulated Stainless-Steel Travel Mug is perfect for making a fresh cup of French pressed joe or loose tea for sensible sipping on the way to/fro the studio. ($30, Bodum.com and Amazon.com)
  3. For the To Do List Maker – This Esty find rings true as a reminder of living the yoga – an adjustable forget me not for any size yogi, just as Namaste should be – malleable in shape and remembered always. ($10, Esty.com)
  4. For the Bangled Beauties  – For those on your list with a love of wearing bling to class, now they can without have disturbing their mat neighbors.  Plus, these MADE WITH LOVE recycled rubber bracelets (set of 18) are made by a Women’s Co-op in West Africa who are paid a fair price for their work and raises funds for L’Empire des Enfants, a center for homeless children in Senegal. Reasons enough to buy these as a self-gift. ($28, MadeWithLoveProject.com)
  5. For the Self-Helpers – Self-help ebooks will seem so last year after Intuitive Solution  which gives a new twist on how-tos with a therapeutic game that can even be played solo .  It’ll help get the players through the rough stuff that comes up, giving a meditative and positive approach to healing and moving forward in life, all on the comfort of your own couch. ($26, InnerLinks.com orAmazon.com)
  6. For the Indecisive & Early Adapters Alike – If you tend to err on the side of indecision and are attempting to gift a yogi who seems to have it all (the accessories and the inner peace), the BuddhiBox is a great option, since the subscription based service decides for you, packing up a box of surprise yoga-worthy (often new to the market) goodies on a monthly basis. ($31/month,BuddhiBox.com)
  7. For Your Yoga Teacher – For the YogaDork who has an unquenchable thirst for anatomy knowledge, Jill Miller’s (founder of Yoga Tune Up) new book, The Roll Model, is a great addition to his/her library, offering therapeutic methods for releasing tension and pain that creeps into the body. ($25, Amazon.com)
  8. For those Stressed Out with No Time to Get to Yoga Class – The Moji360 Mini Massager, is a personal massager without the awkwardness of most massagers (NSFW), so that those who suffer from physical tension and are chained to their desk, can enjoy a little release with a self-massage with this magical roller ball “carpet” that can be used everywhere from shoulders to feet to hands, etc. ($30, GoMoji.com)
  9. For the Gadget Go-Getter – For teachers and those who like to keep their phones by their mat (again, no judgements), the SmartBean by Antec is a portable Bluetooth receiver that connects to any stereo/speaker without chaining your phone to it, so that you can adjust the volume, skip and pause. It’s also handy for headphones if you want to keep your phone in your bag without feeling like you’re on a short leash since it easily clips to your clothing. ($30, CyberGuys.com)

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2 comments… add one

  • Laurie

    We need some yoga related holiday cards!!

  • Hi Yoga Dork! We love your blog and we are so thrilled to be featured on this list! Thank you so much!

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