Healthy Gift Ideas

by jamie on December 4, 2015

ID-10056929Healthy Gift Ideas

Have an active and healthy person on your gift list and are stumped as to what to get them for Christmas or other holiday gift-giving celebrations?

Or, do you want to encourage someone who has expressed interest in becoming healthier and you need some good  ideas for a gift for them?

Below are some suggestions (from do-it-yourself to lavish) for gifts for the holidays and beyond that those on your gift list might appreciate.

You might even want to add some of these to your wish list!

  Healthy Gift Ideas

• Free gym membership passes to see which gym they prefer and a month or two of their choice after they have made a decision as to which they prefer

• CSA box (Community Supported Agriculture) in your area

• Organic vegetable box delivered weekly (check in your area for specific companies)

• Massage gift card (single or more)

• Foot massage and reflexology session

• Energy reading for the New Year

• iTunes card for music to walk or run to

• Workout DVDs (Collage Video)

• Parking pass for area to walk that requires paid parking (locally, Lafayette Reservoir)

• Gift certificates for your local Farmer’s market

• Healthy cooking classes offered by local park, recreation departments or adult education programs or privately

• Line dance or other dance classes offered by local park and recreation departments, adult ed programs or community colleges

• Walking tours of local cities

• Snow shoe, ski or x-country ski weekend

•Gift certificate for natural or healthy food store

Healthy Trader Joe’s cookbooks

• Elliptical or other exercise equipment (My husband and I bought a used one for each other for Christmas a few years ago and we are both still using it and love it!)

• Chlorine filter for a shower head

• Water purifier

• House plants to create more oxygen

• Journal to jot down daily blessings

• Hat, gloves and scarf for walking in the cold

• Rain gear for walking in the rain

• New running/walking shoes

• Hiking boots and socks

• Hiking passes and trail maps (locally, East Bay MUD, available online)

• Private and group dance lessons

• A month’s worth of healthy meals for the freezer

• Membership to local hiking/walking associations/clubs (check park and recreation departments for information)

• Container garden kit

• Calming or energizing music – you can record yourself or purchase

• Meditation CDs

• Session with home organizer to help de-clutter – or purchase “the life-changing magic of tidying up” by Marie Kondo

• A note letting someone know how very much you appreciate them for who they are and how much they mean to you (raises your and their serotonin levels)

• Massage chair

• Beautiful salad bowl and servers

• A chef’s knife and sharpening steel for cutting up lots of vegetables

• An assortment of organic teas/coffees or teeccino (herbal coffee)

• A gift certificate to a store that sells organic vegetables and fruit

• Exercise wear for exercise classes

• Make-over session with clothing/make up and hair

• Closet cleaning/organizing with clothing consultant

• Session with a life coach

• A January retreat program to set the intent for the New Year

 

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Copyright Jamie Davidson 2015

I hope that you got some ideas or that some of them sparked other ideas of what you would like to give someone one your list and that you have a happy and healthy holiday season.

Please let me know some of your good ideas for healthy gifts.

 

 

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