Christmas is a time of giving, being with loved ones, and indulging. With such a big focus on festivities, it can be hard to dedicate time to health and wellbeing. This is especially true during the frenzied lead up to Christmas where all your time is spent buying presents, going to Christmas parties, and entertaining guests. If you’re stuck for gift ideas this year, here are a few gift ideas for health and wellness to inspire your loved ones.
If you know you will be hard-pressed to get your loved one to do anything physical, a massage voucher is the perfect wellness gift. They can have all the stress of the holiday season kneaded out of them for a relaxing start to the year.
Why not give them the gift of fitness with a gym membership or class passes to yoga, pilates, or anything else they’re into. The cost of membership can be a barrier for some, so you taking that out of the equation can be the gift that keeps on giving.
For kids and teens who are often hard to buy for, paying for them to participate in a fun activity they enjoy (even if just for a term) will benefit them long after Christmas. Imagine purchasing a term pass for their sport of choice, or even an activity they may not have tried before. It also helps out their parents by easing the financial burden of paying for kids’ sports and activities.
How about a private training session, or private lesson in a sport or activity they might enjoy? It could be a luxury they wouldn’t normally buy for themselves and the kick-start they need to find a new activity that motivates them. For those who are already committed to their training, a private session could be something they will really get a lot out of and can help them to work towards specific goals in the new year.
Stepping away from physical activity, a great gift idea for health and wellness is a healthy cooking class. Whether it’s for a person who loves to cook or someone who only makes 2-minute noodles, a cooking class can inspire you to prioritise health in the kitchen.
Some of the best gifts you can give are experiences. Why not book a double pass for you and a friend to go kayaking, rock climbing, indoor climbing, paddle boarding, surfing, stand up paddleboarding, or some other outdoor adventure you haven’t tried before. It will make a lasting memory and could spark a new hobby for you and your friend.
Know somebody who can’t step back from a challenge? Enter them into a fun run, obstacle course race, or an
Finally, you can never go wrong with a day spa voucher. While it may not get their heart rate up, a day of relaxation and pampering could be exactly what they need.
These gift ideas for health and wellness can really help offset the excess of food and stress that come with the Christmas season. If you would like to find out about getting a gym membership for your loved one this Christmas, click here.