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Holiday Gift Guide For Yogis

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Are you still looking for a meaningful, yoga-inspired gift for your loved ones this season? Let your gift be a token of inspiration, and well-being that lasts beyond the holidays.
Here’s a list of just a few of my favorite items from brands that I love, as well as a local gem.
Consider giving yourself an inspirational gift as well. You deserve it!

Add some glam and shine to yoga practice and beyond by getting a pair of the Manduka Surihaku Legging or Beyond Yoga Glass Half Full Essential Long Legging. Both are absolutely fabulous, chic, and super stylish yoga leggings that bring a little sparkle to your day or night!

Manduka Surihaku Legging

**If you should decide to order from Manduka please click on the photo to follow my Affiliate link or head over to my website  and click on the Maduka logo on the right side of the home page.
I appreciate your support! 

Beyond Yoga Glass Half Full Essential Long Legging

 Beyond Yoga Eat Sleep And Re-Pleat Jacket 

Cozy up in this super soft, stylish and stunning jacket that comes in 5 different colors.
I love the lovely pleated back detail and the logo zipper pull is beautiful. The very soft Spacedye makes this jacket a super soft and lightweight favorite item to take you from studio to street

Manduka eQua Yoga Mat Towel

I love Manduka yoga mats and just tried out the eQua Yoga Mat Towel. Amazing!
Do you ever slip on your mat? Or do you sweat a lot during your practice? This towel will provide you with ultimate grip, while it absorbs moisture and sweat.
Roll up this super soft towel and take it with you anywhere you go! Satisfaction guaranteed! The trick is to spray the towel with water. Try it out!

**If you should decide to order from Manduka please click on the photo to follow my Affiliate link or head over to my website  and click on the Maduka logo on the right side of the home page. I appreciate your support! 

Organic India Tulsi Tea
I love Tulsi teas! They come in many different all natural flavors, and support health and well-being.
Get them online or at your grocery store. They taste delicious and are soooo good for you! 🙂
“Throughout India, Tulsi is acclaimed as “The Queen of Herbs” and is revered as a sacred plant. Tulsi makes a delicious and nourishing herbal tea, abundant in a vast array of health benefits. Tulsi’s life-enhancing qualities, repeatedly noted in ancient Indian scriptures dating back over 5,000 years, are now here for you to fully enjoy.” ~ Organic India

Yogi Tea

Another favorite tea brand is Yogi Tea. Each teabag contains healing herbs and spices while it delivers an inspirational note with every cup of tea. Boost your energy or mood, focus your mind, balance and relax your senses and so much more. Most grocery stores carry this brand, otherwise you can click on the link to order online.

My Chic Farmhouse

If you are so fortunate to live at the beautiful Mendocino Coast, I encourage you to check out the gem of a store called My Chic Farmhouse on the McCallum House property in Mendocino.
Choose from a multitude of beautiful gift items, like Italian linens, Shawls, Pottery, and handmade Jewelry. Unique designs connect you the beauty of life and touch the heart.

A New Yoga Mat

The right yoga mat for you can make all the difference in your practice. If you haven’t found the right one yet, you may think about investing in a good quality mat that meets your budget and practice needs.
If you should decide to get a new yoga mat for a loved one or yourself, please feel free to contact me for suggestions. I would also like to share the latest review of Reviews.com with you for your consideration. http://www.reviews.com/best-yoga-mat/

Stay tuned for next week’s blog “Homemade Aromatherapy Gifts for the Holidays”!

Thank you so much for your interest, consideration and time! I hope that you will find some inspiration from the above ideas. Please share this article with your friends and spread the word!

Wishing you a Happy and Healthy Holiday Season!

Many blessings from my heart to yours,

Tanja

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Tanja Alexandra Kern

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