Healthy Kids Corner Radio

Exploring Grit with Dr. David Holmes of the Community School

Our guest on the December 29, 2015 Healthy Kids Corner Show is Dr. David Holmes, the Executive Director of Strategic Initiatives at Community School in Sun Valley, Idaho. Listen: About David: B.A. from Middlebury College, M.A. Columbia University, Ph.D. University of Denver … [Read more...]

Global Family Yoga with Mira Binzen

Our guest for the December 15, 2015 Healthy Kids Corner Show is Mira Binzen, Director of Training for Global Family Yoga. Listen: More about Mira: Mira is a registered Yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance at the 500-hour level (E-RYT, RCYT), a certified iRest Yoga Nidra teacher and a professional Integrative Yoga Therapist (1,000-hour level certificate). She holds a degree … [Read more...]

Speaking Up for the Local Food Movement

Our first guest on the December 1, 2015 Healthy Kids Corner show is Ali Long.  Ali is the Founder & Director of the Local Food Alliance, an organization that creates awareness for the need of local food education and policy.  She is also the President & Trustee of The Springcreek Foundation. As I introduce Ali, I talk about the exciting event coming up in Boise on … [Read more...]

Creating a Healthy Relationship with Food (Annie Mahon)

Our second guest for the December 1 2015 Healthy Kids Corner show is Annie Mahon, author of the newly released book, Things I Did When I Was Hangry. As I introduce Annie, I talk about the exciting event coming up in Boise on September 3rd (Buy Idaho and First Thursday) as well as the Local Food Alliance's sold out dinner on December 4th. Listen: About … [Read more...]

Healthy Living Strategies with Laurie McBride

Our guest for the November 10th 2015 Healthy Kids Corner show was Laurie McBride. On the show we talked about making great meals with slow cookers, healthy living according to the 5-2-1-0 plan and unique ideas for cutting back on sugary drinks. Listen. Here are a couple photos from the YEAH program class I attended when participants received free Hamilton Beach slow … [Read more...]

A Conversation With Kids Yogi- Teresa Power

Teresa Anne Power, who has practiced yoga for the past quarter-century, is the author of The ABCs of Yoga for Kids. For the past eight years she has taught yoga to young children, both in school and at local organizations, helping 800+ children develop a healthy attitude towards their body. Listen: Her book has won eight book awards, and she has had numerous articles … [Read more...]

Dare to Change the World with McKenna Peterson

Our guest for the October 27th Healthy Kids Corner Show is McKenna Peterson. Listen: McKenna is a graduate of the Community School in Sun Valley, Idaho. A former Freeskiing World Tour competitor, McKenna spends most of her winter backcountry skiing and chasing snow. She works on a fishing boat in Alaska during the summer months to continue to have winters off. … [Read more...]

Inspirational Nursery Rhymes with Todd and Jackie Courtney

Our guests for the October 27th Healthy Kids Corner show are Todd and Jackie Courtney, co-creators of the board book series "Inspirational Nursery Rhymes". Listen: About Todd Todd J. Courtney has lived in San Jose, CA most of his life. He has spent the past 25 years as a business owner/investor and during the last 5 years, he was teaching what Wallace D. Wattles calls … [Read more...]

Listen and Heal with Deb Finch

Our guest for the October 13, 2015 Healthy Kids Corner show is Deb Finch, of Deb Finch Healing Arts. Over the last 20 years Deb has studied the most effective and compassionate alternative techniques for healing and re-balancing the body, mind and energy system.  Not only are these techniques extremely effective, they are also very gentle. Deb loves sharing this work and … [Read more...]

Better than Kale? Hear about Moringa from Lisa Curtis

Our guest for the October 13, 2015 Healthy Kids Corner show is Lisa Curtis. Lisa Curtis witnessed the challenges that rural communities in West Africa face as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Niger. After a few months with limited fruits and vegetables, she found herself experiencing early signs of malnutrition — a condition that affects over 18 million children across West … [Read more...]