13 Perfect Gifts for Your Favorite Yogi
Yoga gift guide
We all have at least one fit friend in our lives who loves to get her "om" on. As a yogi, she's totally flexible, but when it comes to gifts, she'd definitely prefer some presents over other. To help you choose from the countless yoga gifts on the market, we've rounded up some gifts for yoga lovers that your friend will go heels-over-head for (in a headstand, of course). Whether it's a pretty yoga mat, a stylish yoga bag, trendy yoga pants, delicate yoga jewelry, or even just a little stocking stuffer, we have you covered.
Zella Live In High Waist Leggings
To buy: $59; nordstrom.com
Over 3,000 (yes, you read that correctly) positive reviews can't be wrong. These uber-popular Zella leggings come in a range of fun hues and have a high waist that flatters all shapes. Buy a pair for your BFF who lives in yoga pants, and stock up on a few for yourself while you're at it.
Yoga Design Lab Mat
Gaiam Restore Pressure Point Muscle Roller Massage Stick
prAna Ergo Leggings
To buy: $88; amazon.com
Many yoga lovers lead double-lives as dedicated runners. For the cross-training friend in your life, the prAna Ergo leggings are prime. They're designed to wick sweat during her runs and contour to her body during yoga class. So, for an extra ambitious workout day, she could run to class and seamlessly transition to her spot on the mat.
Anchor Hocking Water Bottle
prAna Women’s Parker Sweater
Gaiam Chakra Mat Bag
Plexus Wheel 3 Wheel Pack
Liforme Travel Yoga Mat
To buy: $125; amazon.com
If your friend is constantly jetting off to yoga retreats around the world—or maybe just wants a mat that easily transports between work and class—this travel mat is a great buy. It includes unique features like Liforme's signature "GripforMe" fabric which stays grippy even when sweat strikes, along with the "AlignForMe" system—etched lines on the mat that help offer alignment guidance for each pose. Plus it's made of sturdy naturally sourced, sustainable rubber, so it won't fall apart when her wanderlust strikes.