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4 Yogi Must-Haves for February

Gift giving doesn't stop with the holidays. Here are a few-must haves for the new year.

1. Sedona Yoga Festival

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Meditate amid panoramic desert scenery in a city that’s considered the most energetically potent in the Southwest. The Sedona Yoga Festival, held February 8–11, will include yoga classes, music, and a 20-hour “Traumatic Stress: Healing and Resiliency with Yoga” initial training for teachers interested in working with first responders, veterans, and trauma survivors (all-access pass $457, one- and two-day passes $145–$297, sedonayogafestival.com).

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2. Restore and Rebalance: Yoga for Deep Relaxation

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The latest book from Yoga Journal cofounder and renowned yoga teacher Judith Hanson Lasater, PhD, gracefully guides you through restorative practices and teaches how “slowing down is the same thing as waking up” ($22, amazon.com).

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3. SkinOwl Beauty Whip

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Soothe parched winter skin with a 30-minute face mask made from organic aloe-leaf juice, organic olive and jojoba oils, and antioxidant-rich maqui-berry powder. Apply morning or night for a skin refresh and moisture boost ($68, skinowl.com).

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4. Sat Nam Babe Bug Party Leggings

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Available for kiddos sizes 6 months to 5T, Sat Nam Babe’s line of T-shirts, leggings, and organic-cotton harem pants are a perfect fit for Happy Baby Pose ($40–$45, satnambabe.com).

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