Below are the Online Activities for Week Four during the Shelter-at-Home Order (April 13 – April 17, 2020)
Friday, April 17, 2020
Release stress and tension during this 45-minute recorded Yoga for All Abilities class with Sunflower Hill Executive Director, and Yoga Teacher, Edie Nehls. All you need is a cushion or a folded towel, some space on the floor and comfy clothes to move in. Let us know if you enjoyed this longer sequence, and be sure to be on the lookout for more live Zoom activities.
As with any physical activity, please practice at your own pace and if you ever have a sensation of pain or discomfort please stop the activity.
Thursday, April 16, 2020
Join Teacher Becca and her family as they learn to set the table for a meal together! Watch the video, then download the table setting directions and fun rhyme from the Sunflower Hill website. Setting a beautiful table will be a snap! We invite you to share with us your unique table setting on social media – be sure to use hashtag #SFHActivities and tag Sunflower Hill!
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
DIY Backyard Bouquet! In this activity, Farmer Caitlin will share easy tips for making a beautiful bouquet using materials you can find close to home. Watch the video, print out the directions, and then create your own bouquet! Whether you find flowers and foliage in your background, or draw your own creation, we hope you’ll get creative and share your work of art on social media – be sure to use hashtag #SFHActivities and tag Sunflower Hill!
Tuesday, April 14, 2020
Join Sunflower Hill Executive Director and Yoga Alliance 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher, Edie Nehls for a Standing Chair Yoga! You will need space on the floor and a chair without wheels. As with any physical activity, if you have a sensation of pain or tingling, please stop the activity. Be sure to let us know on social media what your favorite pose was!
Monday, April 13, 2020
Join Teacher Abby in the Garden for an update on what’s been growing! There were a lot of mushrooms in the garden this week after all the rain. Let us know if you’ve seen mushrooms where you live!