Our Community Gift Guide

The holiday season is the perfect time to put in that extra bit of effort to support small business and other entrepreneurs. Shopping local doesn’t just have to mean “geographical local” anymore – you can “shop local” in your community wherever that is.

In that spirit, here is our guide to some wellness and soulful gift ideas from our own community.

All You Can Yoga’s online boutique is a yogi’s one-stop shop. Their offering includes courses, books, yoga props, gifts, clothing, and jewelry. Website: allyoucanyogaboutique.com

Jen Wende not only has her virtual yoga online, she also sells essential oils with Doterra. She offers both single oils, blends, and kits. Website: mydoterra.com/jenwende

Find Solace Within is run by a mother/daughter powerhouse-team, Danielle and Lorraine. Their clothing and accessories are a daily reminder that we can stop looking outside of ourselves for happiness, and instead start where it all begins and where it all ends – inside. Website:findsolacewithin.com

Yoga Behind Bars and The Connection Coalition are organizations both bringing yoga, mindfulness, and meditation to unserved communities. Consider giving to these nonprofits, not only do they need monetary donations, but you could support them my getting involved with teaching, sharing, or serving too.  

Websites: yogabehindbars.org and theconnectioncoalition.org

Ay Ses Dunya has been designing her Bohemian Wears for over a decade in Toronto. Her feather headbands would be a great stocking stuffer idea. Website: helloayses.wixsite.com/bohemianswearfair

Namastream + Soulful MBA  bundled together will ensure that 2017 is the year you start online teaching and launch your virtual studio. This bundle gives you a full year membership to the Soulful MBA business training community plus a 1-Year subscription to Namastream 2.0. Website: namastream.com/bundle

Nikki Estrada Yoga Marketplace offering tees made from a soft poly-viscose blend. Each tee has a Gayatri Mantra that is based on the Vedic Sanskrit verse from a hymn in the Rigveda and can be interpreted to invoke the deva Savitr. Website: nikkiestradayoga.com

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