Our Favorite Things
At Pilates we've been talking about the things in our lives that keep us going, so here are some highly recommended last minute gift ideas!
Pam: These Sole Energizers are amazing! She brought her set into Pilates for us to try, and I'd say she's lucky she got to take them home again. :) You stand, roll, rest, and massage your feet on them, and Pam says she uses them during conference calls at home.
They are Canyon Ranch brand, and Pam got hers from Rue La La.
Ellen: The Bliss brand shower products she gets at Nordstrom Rack are her favorites. I couldn't find any online to share links or pics, but I've seen them there. Yummy!
Lisa D: This lotion applicator is ideal for lotions, sunscreens, arnica, medicated ointments, or anything else that needs to go somewhere you can't reach.
Lisa recommends this one because it bends, and the washable applicators don't soak up the lotion.
Christine: Wella Bars are her new favorite for when she or her Painting with a Twist artists need a more substantial snack, that will take them through an entire class. I can attest, they are hearty.
Me: I have a few favorites myself. Weleda Arnica Sports Shower Gel is pretty awesome after a hard Barre Burn class. Just saying. It's how I get out of bed the next morning without falling down.
I'm also hardly ever without a layer of Incrediwear to keep me warm. They make base layers and braces that increase circulation, and I have a few pairs of socks and a pair of capris that I keep in constant use all winter. I get them from Holly Hill, link below.
Finally, I wouldn't be me without mentioning my favorite favorite supplement we should all take, Magnesium. Just visit Holly Hill in North Wales. They're known as the Magnesium Store and have not only all the kinds, but also all the information about them to help you decide what kind to take. Haven't heard my Magnesium Soap-Box Dissertation at Pilates? You will!
Happy Merry to you all.
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