We are so inspired by the businesses in our community because of how many of them are committed to helping to make the world better than it is today. Check out some great businesses below and how they are helping others.

Laura Houd | Licensed Professional Counselor

What motivated me to create my business was a personal passion for self-exploration. My clients often come to me looking to understand themselves, improve their relationships and feel better about their place in the world. The trouble is we live in a society that bombards us with distractions, making it difficult to connect with ourselves. Read more>>

Kylie Sleeth & Jenny Junker | Owners of Thrive! Therapy and Occupational Therapists

Thrive! Therapy is a mobile outpatient therapy provider including occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech language pathology. We primarily work with older adults in the Denver metro area. We meet individuals in their own homes or in the community and address needs including safety, home modifications, community living skills, fall prevention, and more to help them continue to live and age in place. Read more>>

Bill and Kelli Parker | Founders, Owners, & Operators of Parker Pastures

We are part of a world-wide community of holistic & regenerative ranchers and farmers, and we are the co-founders of The Colorado Regenerative Network, which is a Savory Global Hub. Regenerative ranching describes ranching and grazing practices that, among other benefits, reverse climate change by rebuilding soil organic matter and restoring degraded soil biodiversity – resulting in carbon drawdown, an improved water cycle, increased plant and animal biodiversity, and more. Read more>>

Amanda Cook | Private Yoga Instructor

Mindful Mountain Movement was created because times are weird and our practice helps. I have studied various schools of yoga, meditation and leadership development for 15 years. I have learned that our “practice” encompasses everything. Yoga is how we breathe, how we move, how we show up in the world. And sometimes, yoga means touching your toes. Read more>>