Philosophy workshop at the Vegas Yoga Festival last month
Fall is here in all its glory! Crisp air and sunny skies call everyone outdoors, and I hope you've been able to make time to enjoy Vegas' short transitional season. Halloween frosts put an end to the eggplant and pepper season, and we've been eating fried green tomatoes to celebrate the end of a cycle. Pomegranates are just beginning to ripen, goji berries are in abundance, and the seven year-old saffron crocuses in our garden are exploding with purple blossoms and their costly stigmas!
I'm including a selection of fun photos in today's newsletter--enjoy!
Spring Semester at UNLV: Introductory Yoga Courses
Enrollment is open for the introductory course I teach at UNLV as PEX 169. We have introduced an early-morning session to my schedule, which is as follows:
Tuesdays +Thursdays 7:30-8:20 am
Tuesdays + Thursdays 8:30-9:20 am
Tuesdays + Thursdays 10:00-10:50 am
Additional information is on the UNLV website! If you've been meaning to seriously commit to yoga practice but keep putting it off...the time is now!
Looking forward to seeing you soon! Until then, enjoy every moment of this glorious life!
A student in my yoga class at UNLV was featured in this student success column
Ozark adventuring: We're narrowing in our search for the perfect yoga spot
Autumn medicinals wildharvest in the mountains
Nature waits for no one! Pay attention or the season will pass you by.
Saffron--the world's most expensive spice--an easy perennial for Vegas gardens
UNLV Students: Did you know that there's a 2-credit class that takes a canoe trip to one of the most beautiful areas around? I was the assistant for PEX 177 this fall!