Editor’s Note » May/June ‘11
Good Summer Everyone! Hopefully by the time you read this, the snow will be gone for good and we can get on to summer. Gardening, planting, weeding, sunshine and all that good stuff.
It’s fresh season finally, so make sure to get to a farmers’ market in your area for the freshest local, organic fruits and vegetables. Strawberries will be here soon and they always seem to be gone before you know it, so take notice this year. Buy, eat, freeze, and can while you have the best local options. When it’s November again, you’ll be glad you did.
This issue dedicates itself to finding balance within ourselves and others. Our special “Be Balanced” section is full of local practitioners who teach, live, and breathe yoga. So take the time to find a class that fits your busy schedule. You’ll be glad you did when the stress builds, routines change, the weather turns, or if you just need some you time. We have listed classes in your area, as well as advice from Ayruvedic Practitioner Patricia Wickman, on how find the correct yoga for your dosha and much, much more.
Need a massage? Try a different avenue with Rolfing. Chris Hayden, of Hayden Integration, gives us an overview of what Rolfing is and why you may want to schedule an appointment.
I am always appreciative when our local experts want to share their knowlege and with this issue they outdid themselves. A Great Big Thank You to them, and also to you for reading. Enjoy the issue and the sun! Until next time, be well and balanced.