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Little Worlds with Big Ideas

Season 2 Episode 206 | 26m 46s

Visual artist Paula Hayes is known for her sculptures, installation art and landscape design, but she is perhaps best known for her living terrariums of organically shaped, handblown glass. These large and small-scale ecosystems explore relationships between plants and people’s connection to nature. Paula learns self-massage to loosen hand muscles and build forearm strength to protect her wrists.

Aired: 03/17/24 | Expires: 03/17/26
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
Extras
Join a culinary pioneer for a dramatic dinner and see how he addresses lower back pain.
A ceramicist creates stunning vases and improves her posture in the garden and the studio.
A culinary farm-to-table pioneer alleviates shoulder pain while harvesting fruit trees.
Tour private American gardens with experts and learn how to take care of your body.
A jeweler mixes natural materials with gemstones; stretches relieve back pain.
Join the harvest at the largest American saffron farm as gardeners find back pain relief.
Gardening on a grand scale causes grand aches; pruning adjustments are the solution.
Tour a Miami tropical habitat and see how strength training enables body maintenance.
Enjoy a Japanese garden and see how balancing your body promotes pain-free weeding.
A 5 acre prairie-style garden is the setting for simple exercises that alleviate aches.
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Join a culinary pioneer for a dramatic dinner and see how he addresses lower back pain.
An artist incorporates nature into his work; shoulder pain is reduced with easy movements.
A 40-acre farm produces flowers for arrangements; stretches provide relief from bending.
A ceramicist creates stunning vases and improves her posture in the garden and the studio.
Sticks and saplings create stunning outdoor art; the artist gains ankle and leg strength.
A jeweler mixes natural materials with gemstones; stretches relieve back pain.
A culinary farm-to-table pioneer alleviates shoulder pain while harvesting fruit trees.
A photographer’s aches in the garden and behind the camera are relieved with stretches.
Tour a jazz pianist’s urban garden and see how overworked hands get relief with pebbles.
A home-staging guru transforms her home with plants and resolves hip pain with stretches.