Why is September so hard on many of us?
As we move from summer to fall, you may notice that your energy levels begin to change. In both Traditional Chinese Medicine and in Indian Medicine known… Continue reading
The greatest challenges offer the greatest rewards
Case in point, the week-long watershed education camp I directed at Happehatchee in June involving middle school age children. Preparing for this camp kept me up for weeks. You might be thinking “that’s not very… Continue reading
I am encouraged by the beauty of nature and openness and caring of many of our youth!
How do you describe the curiosity of young people who are given the tools and guidance to figure out for themselves real world science or are allowed to… Continue reading
Third time is the charm, at least that is what I have heard
On Sunday, May 1, four local high school students, one FGCU graduate student, one Happehatchee volunteer, my husband and I hit the jackpot– environmentally speaking. We headed out in canoes for our… Continue reading
Students taking a hard look at the Estero River health.
Southwest Florida is facing its share of Water Woes this year, and some students and I are doing some thing about it thanks to the Happehatchee Eco Spiritual Center and … Continue reading
Why Yin Yoga has a place in your health routine!
Some of the Yoga poses look very familiar but when practiced in the Yin style of Yoga they have different names and often, different purposes. For instance, Cobblers pose (Baddha Konasana) in the… Continue reading
Awesome Open House at Happehatchee!
We had phenomenal attendance Saturday September 26 at Happehatchee’s Open House and Celebration of National Estuaries Day. The response from the community far exceeded our “hopes and dreams,” according to board member Holley Rauen.
The weather forecast was foreboding,… Continue reading