Tim Henney

Co-host of The Mountain Life.

Ways to Connect

  Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with evolutionary biologist, paleontologist, science communicator, and advocate for connecting with nature - Scott Sampson.  He'll be in town on May 11 for the Summit Land Conservancy breakfast at Deer Valley. 

Then a quick peek at the Cycling Chicks fashion show on May 10 at Athletic Republic with Debbie Drain.  

Finally, Mark Wolynn, author of It Didn’t Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle.

Richard Louv

Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with the equestrian community of Park City about inclusion in the Recreation Master Plan.  Then, a conversation with Devery Karz, who just won a spot to represent the U.S. at the 2016 Rio Olympics in the sport of rowing.  Finally, the man who coined the term, "Nature Deficit Disorder," Richard Louv.  He talks about his new book, Vitamin N:  The Essential Guide to a Nature Rich Life.

  Today on the program Lynn and Tim speak with Dr. Wendy Suzuki, who takes them through the connection between brain health and overall well-being. Her new book is Health Brain, Happy Life: Activate your Brain and Do Everything Better.

The second guests on the program are Steve Hough and Mike Motyka who discuss a local hydroponics business that’s producing greens, possibly in your neighborhood in Park City.

The final guest on the program is Ken Ilgunas discussing  his epic, never done before, and sort of illegal hike across the heartland. 

  Today on the program Tim and Monika speak with participants from Running with Ed.  This community event raises thousands of dollars for local education.

The second guest is Sheri Fisher from Tadasana Yoga in Park City talking about the 40-Days to Personal Revolution Program.

Finally Tim visits with Adam Shell, the director of Pursuing Happiness; a documentary film that he says is full of pleasant surprises. 

  Today on the program Tim and Lynn talk Parenting – in a way that teaches children to think for themselves.  Education expert Heather Shumaker is the first guest. Heather writes about what she calls renegade parenting and rules for raising confident, creative kids.

Then endocrinologist Dr. David Ludwig tells us we can reprogram our metabolism.  Dr. Ludwig gives the science behind – it’s we eat, not how much we eat, that determines our metabolism.

Finally an interview with Dr. Robert Melillo, who explores a new food plan for those on the autism spectrum.   

  The first guest on the program is Dr. Kelly Brogan, a Manhattan based holistic women’s health psychiatrist and coeditor of the landmark textbook Integrative Therapies for Depression. Dr. Brogan joins us to talk about her book, A Mind of Your Own: The Truth about Depression and How Women Can Heal Their Bodies to Reclaim Their Lives.

On the program today, author Chuck Newhall brings his story of perseverance in the face of insurmountable odds and offers a guiding hand to others who are facing challenges on the battlefield, boardroom or back at home in a discussion of his book Fearful Odds..

Then we are joined by Barbara Bradley Hagerty. Barbara spent nearly twenty years as a correspondent for NPR and penned the NYT bestselling Fingerprints of God. She’s with us to talk about Midlife, the subject of her new book, Life Reimagined.

  This week on the Mountain Life, we speak with Devoted 2 Children, a Park City based nonprofit that supports an orphanage in Haiti.  There’s a fundraiser on Sunday at the Shop Yoga Studio from 1-3pm – a Family Fun-draiser. 

Then, there’s a new doctor in town, Gastroenterologist Dr. Aga Bednarz.  If you haven’t scheduled a colonoscopy yet, and you’re 50 – now’s the time.

Finally, award winning comedic actress Lauren Weedman on her book, Miss Fortune: Fresh Perspectives on Having it All From Someone Who is Not Okay.

March is National Colon Cancer Awareness Month and we speak first with Megan Czarniecki, a health systems manager for the American Cancer Society. 

Then it’s a look at traffic, congestion and the transformation of New York City by dedicated bus lanes, pedestrian plazas, and bike share. Janette Sadik-Khan, former NYC Transportation Commissioner and Seth Solomonow, media specialist to talk about their book,  Street Fight: Handbook for an Urban Revolution.

First up this morning we are joined by Drew Hardesty and Paul Diegel of the Utah Avalanche Center to talk about the avalanche season, fatalities, side-country and social responsibility. Our second guest is  Karin Carestia, owner of Alpine Apothecary.  She is in studio to talk about her line of skin care - addressing the special needs of sun beaten/wind beaten skin in dry climate at 7,000 feet!   And last,  George Garvin is here to tell us about an event, The 5 Tai Chi Sessions with Master Jesse Tsao in early March.

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