Well, those last months of 2009 just flew by. Immersed in a Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training Program which has me going to LA for a long weekend every 3 to 5 weeks, which is arduous, but attitude is all- it is so the right thing at the right time, with the right people!
Meanwhile, all kinds of garden news- next month on February 7, Maile Arnold and I are going to reprise our pruning and yoga for gardeners workshop, this time for winter pruning. No, early February is definitely not too late. We usually have warm days in January that push new growth if you have already pruned, which will then suffer in those inevitable freezes in early to mid February. And where else can you get the unique combination of Mailes inimitable style and garden tips with Gail’s yoga pearls for body and mind? Remember, pruning is one of the foremost gardening activities that can lead to repetitive strain injuries of the upper extremities from overzealous and improper technique.Email me at email@example.com for further info.
I will be presenting Yoga for Gardeners at both Garden Shows this year, in Seattle Feb 3 and 4, and San Francisco on March 27 (for my 4th year finally got a Saturday slot!). It never gets old or less fun to share with audiences of dedicated gardeners how to prevent orthopedic injuries, not just from stretching, but a whole yogic attitude.