Christmas gifts for yoga lovers
Need a little inspiration for finding perfect yoga gifts this Christmas?
From blocks and bolsters to mats and mala beads, it can be tricky to navigate the yoga-gifting world.
Thankfully, help is at hand. We’ve put together some peaceful picks to help you find the perfect yoga gifts for your loved ones this Christmas.
Lightweight yoga pants from Lavender Hill
Add a simple elegance to any yoga routine with these high-waisted tapered yoga trousers. Bend and stretch through a yoga practice with ease – these trousers stay in place to ensure you feel secure and supported.
Soft to the touch, breathable and featuring temperature-regulating material, they’re ideal for making sure a yoga practice is as comfortable as possible.
Plus, Liz Earle Wellbeing readers enjoy 10% off at Lavender Hill. Simply enter the code LIZLOVES at checkout to receive your discount.
Yogaru Yoga Sequencing Cards
The sequencing cards from Yogaru are ideal for helping yoga lovers to plan their practice before getting on the mat. They also make an excellent gift for yoga teachers to help them visualise their classes.
Each card shares tips for getting into the postures, along with information about the muscle groups used. These cards are a fantastic way to help create a balanced and informed practice.
With 108 cards of various levels and intensity, it makes an ideal gift for yoga enthusiasts of all abilities.
Non-slip mat from Liforme
There’s little more frustrating to a yogi than feeling their hands and feet slipping and sliding during downward-facing dog. Chalk powder can help to reduce slippage but can be messy.
To take the strife out of stretching, treat your favourite yogi to a Liforme Mat. These non-slip wonders come in a range of colours to suit every mood and style. Plus, each mat comes with its own bag, making carrying and storage a breeze.
Festive home mist from True Grace
Create the perfect atmosphere for a yoga practice with a room spray. We particularly love the festive additions from True Grace.
The Manor Christmas room spray is ideal for spritzing before an energising practice. With notes of mandarin and woody cinnamon, this spicy, zesty scent will lift the mood and give an extra pep in any yogi’s step.
Liz Earle Wellbeing readers also enjoy an exclusive discount when shopping at True Grace. Simply add the code LIZLOVES at checkout.
Breath by James Nestor
The breath is central to a yoga practice. For those looking to further their study in this area, Breath by James Nestor is an essential read.
Written from his own personal exploration of the breath, science journalist James Nestor reveals the hidden secrets behind the breath and how ancient practices could help us in our modern-day lives.
He outlines the research that shows how simple adjustments to the breath can improve our athletic perfomance and free us from common ailments. Find out more about Breath by James Nestor in his podcast interview with Liz here.
Linen bolster from Yoga Matters
For days when you needs a little bit more support, a bolster could be just the ticket.
These squishy-yet-surprisingly-supportive cushions are ideal for a restorative practice when rest and relaxation is on the agenda.
The beautiful range of bolsters from Yoga Matters make perfect yoga gifts. We’re especially fond of the natural linen version.
Asquith Conquer Cami
We love the Conquer Cami from Asquith London. Its longer length means this top stays put, even through energetic flows. The pretty back design of this cami is worth showing off and, thanks to a hidden in-built bra, you don’t have to worry about unsightly straps obscuring the pattern.
Crafted from a blend of bamboo viscose, organic cotton and Elastane, the material is naturally breathable and sweat-wicking, ensuring optimum comfort throughout practice.
Liz Earle Wellbeing readers enjoy 15% off at Asquith London. Simply use the code LIZLOVES at checkout to receive your discount.
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