The Mountain Life

Wednesday, 9-10 AM

Hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney

 On the Mountain Life, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney explore a wide variety of topics from health, fitness and nutrition to parenting, lifestyle and education. Lynn Ware Peek is an endurance athlete. and lover of the mountain lifestyle. Tim Henney is also an endurance athlete, an advocate of healthy whole-lifestyle, and sits on the Park City City Council.  

For inquiries and guests and content, contact Lynn directly at lynn@kpcw.org.

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Certified Health coach, yoga teacher, and ayurvedic yoga therapist Samantha Zilvitis joins The Mountain Life to talk about the 5,000-year-old practice of ayurvedic medicine and the workshop she offers at The  Shop Yoga on Saturday, June 16 from 1-4pm. 

    

The third annual Latino Arts Festival will be held on Saturday, June 16, from 3-8 pm and Sunday, June 17, from 3-7 pm at Park City Library Field. Event organizer Max Ventura, along with Hadley Dynak of the Park City Summit County Arts Council joins us to discuss how arts and culture not only can build bridges between diverse cultures but help break down barriers and stereotypes and provide opportunities for connection.  

Dr. Adam Cox is a clinical psychologist whose work includes thousands of hours interviewing children in schools in US, UK, Canada, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore. A sought-after therapist and frequent speaker on the psychology of boys, Cox joins the show to explore what makes boys tick and explains how to communicate with them once they become adolescents. His new book is called, Cracking The Boy Code: How to Understand and Talk With Boys.  

 

Dr. Jennifer Haley, a board certified dermatologist, joins The Mountain Life. She updates us on current knowledge about sunscreens, skin cancer, and protecting our skin from the UV rays that accompany the sunny summer ahead of us.  

Then, keep the kids tuned up during the summer with Brain Quest -- Susan Bolotin, the directorial editor of the Brain Quest books and challenges will tell us why it's important for kids to keep the learning going to avoid what's known as the "Summer Slide."

Author, entrepreneur, inventor, producer, Broadway performer, blogger, mom, and wife Randi Zuckerberg joins The Mountain Life to disucss her new book, Pick Three: You Can Have it All (Just Not Every Day.) Randi says the key to finding your footing is to embrace the unbalanced nature of life,  narrow your focus, and don't try to do it all every day. 

Art therapist Jill Johnson, owner of The Paint Mixer, and Hadley Dynak of the Park City/Summit County Arts Council join Tim and Lynn for a discussion on how the connection of art and culture in our community also weaves in mental health as May Mental Health Awareness Month draws to a close.  

Tim Henney and Lynn Ware Peek speak with mental health therapist, Sarah Caldwell CSW, of the Park City office of The Healing Group. With one in eight new mothers experiencing postpartum depression, Sarah addresses this issue and others, like pregnancy anxiety.  She leads walks each Wednesday at 10am from Willow Creek Park.  http://thehealinggroup.com/events

Marc and Angel Chernoff discuss their new book, Getting Back to Happy: Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Reality, and Turn Your Trials into Triumphs. Together, they are the creators of Marc and Angel Hack Life, which is recognized by Forbes magazine as one of the most popular personal development blogs.  

There's a new geriatric physician in town, at the University of Utah's Redstone Clinic.  Dr. Michael Farrell, DO, MBA, is a geriatric physician and works in diverse areas to address the unique needs of an aging population. In his rapidly growing practice, Dr. Farrell sees patients from 65 years of age and older. 

 

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