Cheri Trousil

On their family ranch in Steamboat Springs, CO, Cheri and her husband Ed embrace ranching life in the mountains, while expressing their love & commitment to land preservation, building community and the healing power of nature. 

In 1999 Cheri, Ed and their two small boys acquired the Humble Ranch.  The family ranch quickly became home to the Colorado non-profit Humble Ranch Education and Therapy Center.  As a practicing Physical Therapist, Cheri partnered with horses initially offering hippotherapy; quickly expanded the center to provide therapeutic riding and a variety of equine assisted learning opportunities. 

Today, Cheri and Ed are still passionate about serving their community, and preserving ranch lands.  Cheri continues to offer equine assisted therapies and loves collaborating with community agencies such as Hospice, the School District and the local hospital.

Additionally, Cheri is a certified Qigong Instructor and has hosted several women’s retreats sharing qigong and providing a platform for women to connect with themselves, each other and nature. 

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