Toronto Holiday Gift Guide 2014: Thrilling Gifts
OD’ing on stuff? Three memorable gifts that will give them a thrill
Fly Studio, downtown’s first aerial yoga space, has yogis perform postures in silk hammocks suspended from the ceiling. The mix of meditation, inversion and acrobatics gives the workout a Cirque du Soleil twist. $85 for a private class. 489 Queen St. W., 647-350-3597.
With each custom chamber ensemble, Pocket Concerts brings the concert hall to living rooms across the city. There’s a roster of 20 professional musicians to choose from, who play with the COC, the TSO and other orchestras. $1,000 per concert. 647-896-8295.
Thrill-seekers can escape gridlock with Exotic Car Tours’ luxury car test-drives on country roads. Led by staff on motorbikes, drivers swap Lamborghinis, Ferraris and Lotuses every 40 minutes. Aspiring action stars can race police cars at the Cayuga track (they can even ride as the perp). $400 for a two-hour session; $159 for a police chase. 1058 South Service Rd. E., Oakville, 855-815-1300.