Tim Henney

Co-host of The Mountain Life.

Ways to Connect

The Mountain Life - April 26, 2017

Apr 26, 2017

Tim and Lynn’s first guest is Gail Hornstein, professor of Psychology at Mount Holyoke College and author of Agnes’s Jacket.  She will be the Connect Summit County speaker May3rd at the Park City Hospital. Then they speak with internationally recognized Clairvoyant Counselor, Author, and Educator Ellen Tadd.

The Mountain Life - April 19, 2017

Apr 19, 2017

Today on the program, Lynn and Tim speak with Barbara Oakley, an engineer whose work involves bioengineering with a focus on the complex relationship between neuroscience and social behavior. She teaches the world’s most popular on line course called, Learning How to Learn. The they speak with two local adventure guides Tina Nardi and Alisha Niswander who are putting together a camp for girls , ages 14 through 17, called EmpoweHERment camp. 

The Mountain Life - March 29, 2017

Mar 29, 2017

Today on The Mountain Life, Lynn and Tim explore creativity, from the history of humanity to the chair lifts of Park City's ski resorts.  First we speak with Dr. Agustin Fuentes, chair of Notre Dame’s Department of Anthropology and a National Geographic Explorer who has written a book called, "Creative Spark: How Imagination Made Humans Exceptional."

 

The Mountain Life - March 22, 2017

Mar 22, 2017

First on the program is an interview with Dr. Martin Gibala about the benefits of High Intensity Interval Training and his book, The One Minute Workout: Science Shows a Way to Get Fit That’s Smarter, Faster, Shorter.  Then Tim and Lynn speak with Jennifer Wright about her book, Get Well Soon: History’s Worst Plagues and the Heroes Who Fought Them. And finally they speak with Wendy Kohn and Summer Sanders Schlopy about Running with Ed which is on May 20th. 

The Mountain Life - March 15, 2017

Mar 15, 2017

  Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney are joined by Amy Roberts, someone we visit with frequently but usually she is in a supporting role, this time we talk with Amy about the release of her new book, "Remorse.Then Dr. James Doty, professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at Stanford University and director of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education about his study of the connection between the head and the heart and his book,"Into the Magic Shop."Finally,  Josh Hobson who is organizing the Park City satellite of the global March for Science on April 22nd.

 

The Mountain Life - March 8, 2017

Mar 9, 2017

Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney, in their monthly segment about art and culture in the community, speak with Hadley Dynak and Julie Hopkins about how art and culture shapes the appeal of the town.  

Then, they talk about the North American Handmade Bicycle Show taking place March 10-12 at the Salt Lake Convention Center.

Finally, Friederike Fabritius, who reveals her research in her book, "The Leading Brain: Powerful Science Based Strategies for Achieving Peak Performance."  

Tim Hinney talks with Whitney Koslowski and Lindsey Cunningham who are responsible for a popular workout class, the Beau Collective.  March is Nutrition Month.  The Executive Director and co-founder of Park City Eats, Ann Bloomquist brings us up to date on school nutrition. Finally, Tim talks with Sam Maggs, author of Wonder Woman: 25 Innovators, Inventors and Trailblazers Who Changed History.

The Mountain Life - February 22, 2107

Feb 22, 2017

Today on the program, Tim and Lynn talk with Marielle Pariseau  - the "Tooth Fairy," for outstanding dental health in Summit County. Then they talk with Sue Klebold, who has written a book called A Mothers Reckoning: Living Life in the Aftermath of Tragedy. She is Dylan Klebold's mother.  Dylan, along with Eric Harris, were the high school-aged shooters at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado who took their own lives at the end of their brutal killing spree.

The Mountain Life - February 8, 2017

Feb 9, 2017

Lynn and Tim continue their monthly segment on the importance and connection art and culture have to our mountain Lifestyle and community.  Hadley Dynak, Executive Director of the Arts Council, and Corrine Humphrey join in the conversation. In the second half of the program, they explore the Inca formula for transformation with local Western Shaman Danielle Bryan who will be presenting a Medicine Wheel workshop through 2017 in four classes. Finally, they dive into the controversial topic of vaccines with author of The Vaccine Race, Meredith Wadman.

The Mountain LIfe - January 18, 2017

Jan 18, 2017

First on the show, Lynn and Tim speak with Susanna Eubank, owner of the local Pure Barre Studio, about this hugely popular workout program.  Then they talk about the importance of REST with author Alex Ping about his book. His book is, REST: Why You Get More Done When You  Work Less.

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