Still panicking about finding the perfect gift for this holiday? No worries- we have compiled a list of our clients’ favourite fitness and holiday gifts that will have anyone on your gift list excited. This year, we’re focusing on useful and meaningful gifts, read on!
1. Waterproof socks
Know anyone who bikes or walks to work? Instead of bringing an extra pair of shoes to work, try gifting them waterproof socks to keep feet warm and toasty during those wet Vancouver days! We recommend Showers Pass Waterproof Crosspoint socks– $46CAD
This accessory is the most sought after for our clients this season! They are wireless, easily transportable, and sense when they are in your ears to pause the music when they are out. These are great for people who love to work out with music but hate when wires get in the way and like small and compact earphones- $219 CAD
3. The 5 Minute Journal
Instead of getting a generic planner or journal this holiday season, gift your loved ones The Five Minute Journal! This journal was made to help users become more optimistic and reflective with only five minutes of journalling every day! The simple design works with any style, and this gift is perfect for those working on resolutions for the new year – $30.64 CAD
4. Gift an Experience
Sometimes the best gifts are not material items, but experiences! Experience gifts won’t be re-gifted, returned, or stuffed in the back of a storage closet, they’ll turn into memories with people you love. Whether it’s tickets to concerts, plays, or events around town, you can choose something that both of you would love to experience together. Other ideas: take them to get manicures or a spa treatment together, lessons for something they’ve always wanted to learn how to do, or treat them out to a restaurant they’ve been meaning to check out. The possibilities are endless, and can work with any budget!
Mika Fogelman- Client Care Manager
Mika is passionate about helping others in any way she can. Having danced since she was five years old, she discovered excitement for fitness through teaching Zumba dance fitness classes, and loves to help others develop their confidence through exercise.
This post has been developed by studio contributors which include Co-Op students, kinesiologists, therapists and our expert colleagues