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There's an art to gift giving. It says alot about you, what you've gifted and why. Done right, you feel a sense of achievement - perhaps even a little smug. A blend of visual intelligence, years of friendship and understanding means you can recognise your loved for who they are, and most importantly - their potential. It's not essential to gift these items for a happy Christmas, but we're sure they'll be over the moon with any of these.
While we can't predict how our year will look, there is one thing we could all do with, and that's a new beginning on resolutions as a whole. While new starts invite new opportunities, we believe incremental changes can sometimes be more beneficial than creating many big goals.
Here, we're sharing a few ways how to prioritise and bring joy to your own life's practice. Take what you need, and leave the rest, you're guaranteed to take something away with you.
It’s natural that the turn of the year has us looking ahead. Workout wise, we’re trained to set goals; to foresee the new moves in the fitness world and our moods that will delight, excite and renew our own practice. We don’t know exactly what this year will hold, but we do know what we won't be taking into this new year.