Living Well

  • Monday 11am-12pm
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Talk

Living Well explores the many ways that we can live well in our lives and in our community. Each week, Dr. Bob interviews a local guest who shares how they live well in their own life and how they inspire others to do the same. Listeners are welcome to call the show with questions and comments. Dr. Bob will also provide commentary, information from the news and internet, and local community events that support our ability to live well.

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Aug. 21 2016

'm looking forward to having founder of Sacred Valley Acupuncture, Krystal Kinnunen, as my guest on Living Well this Monday 8/21. We'll find out how she lives well and helps other through acupuncture with a focus pn women's health and pregnancy. Her mission is to offer women and children a compassionate and loving healing space by supporting them through alltheir life cycles. I hope you can join me for the conversation on AshevilleFM!

Living Well airs on Mondays, 11AM-12PMEST, on 103.3FM and streamed on www.ashevillefm.org. Living Well is hosted by Dr. Bob Hanna, Integrative Therapy of Asheville, a psychologist with a holistic approach to helping adults and couples. Check out Dr. Bob's website, www.bobhannaphd.com, to learn about his services and peruse the fantastic archive of Living Well shows.

Jun. 19 2016

A North Carolina native, Sue Ford is a singer-songwriter-multi instrumentalist. She has been teaching music to preschoolers through middle schoolers in Asheville since 2003.  Her music education includes Orff Schulwerk, an approach she strives towards in her instructing.  Sue has studied piano, percussion, guitar, banjo and cello.
 
Sue Ford is currently the music teacher at Rainbow Community School and formerly at Evergreen Community Charter School.  For 12 years she directed Evergreen’s EMBE Marimba Band, a middle school band, which performed many times in the Asheville area and beyond.  
 
Sue Ford is a composer, writing choral music performed by Womansong of Asheville and writing instrumental and vocal music with and for her students. She has performed for 50 years and released an album of originals in 2004.  Sue was recognized by the Mountain Xpress as “Best Music Teacher” for three years.
 
Sue Ford lives in a beautiful rural setting in Weaverville with her husband of over 35 years, professional puppeteer Hobey Ford. They have three creative and talented grown daughters. 

Living Well airs on Mondays, 11AM-12PMEST, on 103.3FM and streamed on www.ashevillefm.org. Living Well is hosted by Dr. Bob Hanna, Integrative Therapy of Asheville, a psychologist with a holistic approach to helping adults and couples. Check out Dr. Bob's website, www.bobhannaphd.com, to learn about his services and peruse the fantastic archive of Living Well shows.

Jun. 12 2016

Rod Murphy won 14 awards for his first three documentaries including "Best Documentary," "Best of Fest" and "Audience Award." He also directs and produces video content in the non-profit and corporate sectors for companies and organizations like Mission Health, New Belgium Brewing, American Express, Outward Bound, Industries for the Blind, Asheville City Schools, LEAF International and The Biltmore. His work has been screened Internationally at festivals and on tv. His 4th feature "El Chivo" is currently on the festival circuit.

Living Well airs on Mondays, 11AM-12PMEST, on 103.3FM and streamed on www.ashevillefm.org. Living Well is hosted by Dr. Bob Hanna, Integrative Therapy of Asheville, a psychologist with a holistic approach to helping adults and couples. Check out Dr. Bob's website, www.bobhannaphd.com, to learn about his services and peruse the fantastic archive of Living Well shows.

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