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The PFY Holiday Gift Guide

With the holidays quickly approaching, it’s time to tell ‘em what you want (what you really, really want). More yoga everything, right?

But what is the perfect yoga gift? Let us help you decide. Maybe you’re shopping for someone else, or maybe you’re unsure what to request for yourself. If you’re low on gift ideas, read The PFY Holiday Gift Guide below.

Get your Secret Santa a yoga book

Shopping for something thoughtful under $20? Give them a yoga or meditation book. (Bonus points if you get it from your local bookstore instead of Amazon.)

You could buy them Being Peace by Thich Nhat Hanh or The Tree of Yoga by B.K.S. Iyengar, considered one of the forefathers of modern yoga. For something more anatomical, try The Key Poses of Yoga by Ray Long or Yoga Anatomy by Leslie Kaminoff and Amy Matthews. Or, PFY Morristown manager Kim Conyers recommends The Buddha’s Brain by Rick Hanson. “It’s a unique take on yoga philosophy,” says Conyers. “I read it a while ago, and it has really stuck with me.”


They’ll love a brand new yoga mat

Image shows a black Manduka yoga mat almost completely rolled up.High-quality yoga equipment can be expensive. But in a hot yoga class when one sweats so much they could drown, a good yoga mat is sort-of a must-have. Nobody likes a slippery mat.

Just as a soccer player invests in a good pair of cleats, the dedicated yogi needs a good mat. And no one makes a yoga mat better than Manduka. They’re durable, cushiony and grippy AF. “Everyone loves the Manduka Grip Adapt,” says PFY Operations Director Christina Kilelee. “They’re way stickier than Lululemon, Alo or Liforme. The price point is better, too.” Swing by the studio today and pick one up. You’ve got plenty of time.

Save 20% off a PFY Gift Card

Take the guesswork out of gifting, and give the recipient exactly what they want—for less!

From now until Dec. 31, buy up to two $100 PFY gift cards for just $80 each. They can use the gift cards toward yoga classes, workshops, retail and more. Plus it feels good to support small businesses.


A yogi can never have too many outfits

When you practice yoga everyday, you need a lot of clothes. All that sweating means never-ending laundry. Especially for men, yoga studios have a limited selection of retail. Most students love brands like Lululemon or Alo for their flattering, sweat-wicking fabrics. Another good option for the guys is Rhone, which sells men’s active wear at a slightly better price than the other brands.

Bonus tips: Shop Lululemon’s We Made Too Much racks for a decent discount. And if it’s your first time shopping with Rhone, they’ll give you 20% off your first online order.

Powerflow On the Go

Give them an annual membership to Powerflow on the Go, so they can practice yoga anywhere at anytime. With new yoga classes added every month, this subscription is the gift that keeps on giving.

Yoga takes the stress out of holiday shopping. After all, there’s no better present than presence itself. Stop by the studio today and pick up some last-minute gifts.

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