Vol. 9 Nbr. 1, February - February 2008
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- From tutus to yoga mats.
- Hoop, hoop hooray! Melanie MacNeil demonstrates that it's okay to take the roundabout way to get in shape.
- Yoga on the go: from Mountain Pose in line at the grocery store to Downward Facing Dog at your desk, Cindy Dollar proves you do have time to practice asana.
- The (body) language of love: you don't have to be able to fly like Cupid to land love, Lavinia Plonka explains. Simple body movements will do the trick.
- Healing movement: Kathleen Wallace shares the slow, smooth, and healing exercises of the Lebed Method.
- Herbs to keep you moving: CoreyPine Shane helps you get off the couch and stay warm this winter.
- Pucker up for persimmons! Pattie Baker shares her shocking introduction to the tangy fruit and how you can grow and enjoy your own.
- Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink: Erin Everett asks, "Will prayer and gratitude bring water from the sky?".
- Build community with a shopping spree: Joel Bassett of Buy Local WNC explains how you can help support the local economy while splurging for yourself at the same time.
- Wastewater permits aren't sexy: an interview with Gracia O'Neill of Clean Water for NC: Heather Rayburn lets you listen in on their conversation and offers up ways you can help out.
- Flatter the forests: create balanced cities with Biomimicry: imitation is the highest form of flattery, and the urban imitating the natural is a feasible goal, Michael Figura explains.
- Q&A: green home remodeling.
- Seafood: to eat or not to eat? Tobias Aguirre, executive director of FishWise[TM], shows you how to catch the healthiest option at the seafood counter.
- Didi A'nanda U's'a': yoga lover and community healer.
- Old clothes + needle and thread = a new pillow: Barbara Zarestky, Amanda Carestio and quilting artist Benares Finan-Eshelman give you the step-by-step.