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    25 Gifts For People Who Love Yoga

    Things that'll make you say "namaste."

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    1. A reversible yoga mat with a different brightly-colored design on each side.

    Promising review: "I got this mat as a replacement of another I received before. I called to get it replaced and Customer service was way beyond expectations. The design is beautiful! it is a little thicker than normal but I love it." — Guillermo

    Get it from Target for $34.99.

    2. A pair of cozy yoga socks.

    Promising review: "They looked great and I've worn them several times already in dance classes (tough use) and they're still great, so excellent quality. Thank you!" — Liza E.

    Get it from KnitKnotSpace on Etsy for $22.17.

    3. A yoga mat carrier that has pockets for your stuff.

    Promising review: "My Manduka prolite yoga mat fits great, even some extra room around it. My hand towel fits in the flap pocket and my phone, keys and chapstick fit in the zipper pocket. Both zippers are a heavy duty plastic. I used to use an open style bag like a canvas tote that was just open and you drop your mat into it, but I didn’t like how everything just flopped around. This is a great bag for the price and I recommend it!" — Kim

    Get them from Amazon for $13.98 in a variety of prints.

    4. A foam pad to make yoga moves a little less taxing on the knees.

    Promising review: "I teach yoga classes and many students have knee and wrist issues. In the past I have suggested a yoga blanket but they have a tendency to slip. The knee pad is perfect, easy to adjust under hands and knees and I have purchased three of them for class use and the students now want to purchase their own knee pads. The pads are easy to manage and move, or you can leave them in place. I have my students wrap them around their yoga mat, strap it on and it is so light weight that it is easy to carry." — D. Grgach

    Get it from Amazon for $18.95 (available in black, blue, dark blue, purple, pink, and gray).

    5. A coffee mug with yoga positions that even Miley Cyrus loves., Miley Cyrus / Via

    Promising review: "Great size mug for those who love their coffee, the coaster is cute and very absorbent (not actual yoga mat material, more sponge-like). This would make a great gift for any yogi friends." – spaceghost

    Get it from Amazon for $15.95.

    6. A yoga brick made from cork.

    Promising review: "I received my bricks very quickly and I love them. They have a gentle surface to touch hands. They are a nice size and the weight is just right, not too heavy. I enjoy them very much." — Gail E.

    Get it from Target for $19.29.

    7. A 2018 calendar filled with sloths doing yoga poses...because what could be better?

    Promising review: "This calendar makes me smile! So glad I ordered it!" — L. Jacobson

    Get it from Amazon for $7.74.

    8. A bottle of yoga mat cleaner spray that's being raved about on Amazon.

    Promising review: "I’ve been looking for a safe cleaning product for my yoga mat and have found it! I got the lavender one, it smells soo good! I recommend this cleaner for any fellow yogi!" — Ella

    Get it from Amazon for $10.95.

    9. A fresh copy of what's basically the bible of yoga poses.

    Promising review: "2,100 poses in a single book? To be honest having read other yoga books I didn't even know there was anything near 2,100 yoga poses. Most other books stop at like 100 - 200. So I started flipping through the book. The pictures are clear, of high quality and extremely well organized. But this isn't just a photo book. Each picture has is described, has its name in Sanskrit and English and the part I like, it tells me which muscle groups are targeted. I might sound simple but if you do the poses, or at least attempt to, now I can get an idea if I'm doing it right." — Eze M.

    Get it from Amazon for $23, Barnes and Noble for $24.04 or a local bookseller through IndieBound here.

    10. A set of Green Army Men that are (you guessed it) doing yoga.

    Promising review: "If you remember playing with little green army dudes back in your not-so-distant childhood than this is a modern peaceful spin on those dudes. Personally, my squad rests on my desk and reminds me to get up and stretch throughout the day. If you need visual stimuli to motivate you to find that moment of inner peace or humor, than buy a squad of these guys from Dan at Brogamats. Heck buy two sets, if that's what it takes to get off your butt and enhance your calm." — Jonathan H.

    Get them from Amazon for $28.

    11. A gift set for yogis that featuring sage, aromatherapy, and a lavender eye pillow.

    Promising review: "Packaging is very cute, I love the little lip balm that was included." — Corinne V.

    Get it from on PachaMamaBodyCare on Etsy for $64.71.

    12. A yoga towel that won't slip.

    Promising review: "This is my favorite yoga towel. I sweat a lot and this towel is non slip and dries up quickly. I wouldn't say it never budges (I don't think that's even possible for me) but it certainly doesn't need to be adjusted often. Wonderful material, as well. I do line dry it as I think that's best for both the material and grippy dots on the bottom." — Anne

    Get it from Amazon for $47.99 (available in indigo, black, garnet, and fuchsia).

    13. A set of seven wall decals; one for each chakra.

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    Promising review: "Perfect. Easy to apply and vibrant colors." — Angels

    Get the set from Wayfair for $32.99.

    14. A set of 8 essential oils to help ~get into the zone.~

    Promising review: "Best value for essential oils for the money. I’ve ordered these several times and they are all always the same high quality. I combine lavender and orange in the diffuser for stress relief." — Cheri R.

    Get them from Amazon for $17.95.

    15. A set of cookie cutters shaped in a variety of yoga poses.

    Promising review: "This shipped very quickly and is the perfect Christmas gift for my yoga and cookie loving mama!" — Caitlin L.

    Get them from YummiYogi on Etsy for $40.

    16. An exercise ball to build stability and exercise the core.

    Promising review: "I bought the white ball to use for physical therapy. The ball is good quality, holds air well, and works exactly as it should. It looks pretty ok for a gym ball. Almost like it could maybe be furniture or decoration. It's a semi-matte white that, over a few months of daily use, hasn't yet picked up any dirt or discoloration." — Rien

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99 (available in black, blue, green, pink, purple, red, and silver).

    17. A book that helps to give everyone (yogi or not) a fresh perspective.

    Promising review: "What is not to like and appreciate in Sadguru’s simplified, easy to follow essence from vedic knowledge? We can incorporate the learnings into our day to day life." — San

    Get it from Amazon for $16.94 (hardcover), Barnes and Noble for $17.41, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here.

    18. A glass water bottle for optimal h20. intake.

    Urban Outfitters

    Promising review: "First off it's a straight up super cute drink bottle, I purchased the teal color and I looove it. Secondly, it's one of my favorite bottles to drink out of - perfect size opening for having no awkward suction issues. The fact that it's made out of such sturdy glass makes it rather durable and healthy (no creepy plastic leaching into my water). I've also found that unlike plastic bottles, when I put lemon or any fruits in my water bottle for added flavor, I never find the following day to have any creepy after taste left in the bottle leaching into the water." — Jacky

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $18 (available in teal and black).

    19. A yoga wheel for the more advanced yogi.,

    Promising review: "This yoga wheel is whoa. It allowed me to attempt (and succeed) king pigeon on the first try — something I definitely wouldn't try without the wheel. I was immediately happy with the purchase when I laid back onto it; this feels very supportive and is covered with a spongy tread that doesn't feel uncomfortable against the spine. It is fantastic for a "restorative" fish pose and so much more sturdy than using the highest side of a block." — HelloKitteh

    Get it from Amazon for $46.97.

    20. A set of four stemless wine glasses.

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    Promising review: "These wine glasses are even more beautiful than expected. Purchased as a gift for my yoga BFF." — Kathy

    Get the set from Wayfair for $27.99.

    21. A monthly subscription box intended for female yoga instructors.

    Promising review: "This box actually gives you tools to use as a yoga teacher to help you grow your business. The Facebook group makes it so supportive and interactive. Elizabeth is such a sweetie! I always look forward to receiving my YBB box!!" — Laura O.

    Get it from Cratejoy for $39.95/month.

    22. A bottle of Dirty Lemon, a refreshing, highly instagrammable lemonade to drink after class.

    Instagram: @leavesyoubreathless,

    Can confirm sightings of these drinks all over the yoga studios and soul cycles in New York (and it tastes pretty good, too).

    Get them from Dirty Lemon for $45 a case (available in Ginseng, Matcha, Charcoal, Ginseng, or Sleep varieties).

    23. A pair of no-slip yoga socks to keep it all in once place.

    Promising review: "If you love slipping and sliding all over the floor, then you will hate these socks. My girlfriend bought these to use in a yoga class and she said they were great. No more sliding and ruining form in yoga for her. They fit just like regular socks but don't slide at all. They do exactly what she wanted them to do for a great price." — Bryan S.

    Get them from Amazon for $12.99.

    24. A highly rated yoga mat that comes with straps for easy traveling.

    Promising review: "Personally, I love this yoga mat. It's VERY plush and comfortable, and very easy to restore once you're finished with it, since the straps are elastic. I use it with the ribbed side down and the smooth side up, and I never had a problem with it squeaking. The straps did seem to leave a (very light and superficial) permanent indent in the yoga mat, but it seriously doesn't affect the use of this yoga mat at all. Since the indent is on the ribbed side, which goes face-down anyway, you can't even feel it, but even if it was on the flat surface you probably wouldn't notice it." — Sarah

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

    25. A Savasana candle made to compliment your regular yoga practice.

    The candle smells like "a blend of moss, neroli, wood, amber and musk with a green herbal finish" aka HEAVEN.

    Get it from Anthropologie for $16.

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