The Yogi's Ultimate Christmas Gift Guide

November 28, 2017


It's official: the lights are up, Black Friday has passed and we're on the countdown to Christmas. No need to panic if you're looking for the perfect gift for a loved one - whether they're a full-time yogi or someone looking to try something new, For the Core has you covered. Check out our list of this season's best yogi buys.


1. A For the Core Gift Voucher

Gift your friend or loved one with credit to spend on classes here at For the Core. Our class sizes are intimate, providing students with plenty of space to move and flow with ample attention from our dedicated instructors. All levels are welcome and it's the perfect way to start the New Year.  Gift cards are available in custom prices. Find out more at


2. Palo Santo Wood

Set the scene and get grounded on or off the mat with Palo Santo. This ancient ceremonial wood comes from the forests of Peru and Ecuador; its beautiful clean smoke of pine and citrus essences have a powerful way of connecting you to your breath, whilst helping you to cleanse the energy of a room. Palo Santo is perfect to light before your yoga practice. Make sure you buy from a ethically harvested and Fairtrade source such as The Holistic Shop at



3. Black n Blum / Eau Good Charcoal Water Filter Bottle

Stay hydrated with a traditional Japanese binchotan charcoal water bottle, transforming tap water into a tasty rehydrating life elixir. You can purchase one at


4. Paradise Row Buddha Bag

For a more luxurious Christmas gift, we're loving this Buddha inspired bag by Paradise Row. Embrace the tiny details with the Buddha focal charm, echoing the mood of serenity and mindfulness to take with you on your daily travels.


5. Bodhi Yoga Mat

There's not much more we could say about this mat; take a look at this beauty at



6. Born Peaceful Yoga Mat Bag

Having the right kit can not only make you feel more confident but it can also ensure practice in ultimate comfort. Match your yoga mat with a bag to store all of your accessories in one place to make sure you're ready on the go.



7. Foam Blocks

Investing in some equipment can develop your practice by providing you with additional support to safely explore poses and develop a greater awareness of your alignment and body mechanics. Use blocks and straps during standing balances and more passive restorative poses.


8. Calm Balm

Some aromatherapy can't go amiss in any yogi's bag. Apply calm balm to the pressure points on your temples or wrists to lift your mood in moments of stress. Scented with Roman Chamomile, Lavender and Calendula Oil for added goodness.


9. Yogi Tea

Stay warm on the inside this Christmas with Yogi Tea's new range of Ayurvedic teas, perfect to rehydrate after class.




10. Lily Bod Leggings

Yogis have no time for low quality leggings with awful VPL. What better gift than breathable, moisture-wicking, slimming kick-ass leggings which allow you to flow in your class with ultimate comfort and confidence?  Check them out at











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