Garden Club to horde gardening ergonomics lecture
September 30, 2017 - garden totes
The Evening Garden Club of West Roxbury will be hosting a harangue from 6:45 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 11, patrician “Long-Lasting GardenERS: An Ergonomic Approach.”
Gardeners adore to learn about safeguarding their plants, gripping them healthy, and fluctuating freshness periods.
“As we finish tumble cleanup and start meditative about chores for subsequent spring/ summer, now is a time to concentration on ourselves: gardenERS as good as gardens,” pronounced bar President Ann Hopps Morgan.
October orator Susan Guest is a transformation teacher and aptness coach, as good as an zealous gardener. She is ardent about gardening and vital a prolonged healthy life in a outdoors.
Guest will share tips to assistance find change and peace in a garden, including elementary landscape modifications, ergonomic tools, and easy practice techniques to assistance keep strength and stability, urge aptness and equivocate injuries while gardening.
“This harangue is for everyone, from group and women ‘of a certain age’ with achy-breaky legs and backs, to prime ‘garden athletes’ with good skills and lots of energy, to younger gardeners who can still receptacle vast plants, yield underneath shrubs and stand trees with a best of them,” pronounced Morgan. “We all wish to be able of doing some-more and to equivocate injury.”
This is a second in a garden club’s three-part tumble harangue series, “2018 Garden Thought-Starters.” All garden bar lectures are hold during a Elks Lodge, 1 Morrell St., West Roxbury. For non-club members, a $12 concession is requested, that advantages work during a organization’s 3 village painting sites. Advance reservations are not required.
For additional information revisit a bar website http://gcfm.org/eveninggcwestroxbury or hit Morgan during firstname.lastname@example.org.