I teach Hatha Yoga, translated from Sanskrit as Sun-Moon, which encompasses the physical practices of yoga including both active and relaxing poses and pranayama or breath work.
My classes offer humor, compassion, and the belief that anyone who practices yoga is a yogi, no matter your age, ability, or size. A typical class may include pranayama, Sun Salutes, standing, seated, and balance postures, backbends, inversions, twists, and meditation. Postures are modified for the students’ needs. My focus is on teaching proper body mechanics and mind-body awareness.
I have been practicing yoga for over 20 years, teach classes for adults and children and completed my 200-hour yoga teacher training at Yoga At The Village in Glendale, CA.
Private and group sessions are available. Contact me for my current class schedule. Beginners and advanced students welcome.
ERYT-200 Yoga Alliance, ID# 54307
"I was truly inspired by Lori's passion and dedication to the art of yoga. She has shown me what a yoga class should be. She helped me to start each day, invigorated, refreshed and full of enthusiasm! Plus, she's just so sweet and fun!"
“Lori is definitely the most compassionate, individual's growth-oriented, and FUN instructor I have worked with. Love her!"
Yoga for Kids
Yoga helps kids to develop coordination, balance, flexibility and strength, increases self-esteem and concentration, and creates mind-body awareness. In my Hatha-based yoga class for kids, students will learn and practice yoga poses linking breath with movement while learning about the yogic principles of mindfulness, compassion, and patience. In addition to traditional yoga, students will play yoga games to develop teamwork, cooperation, and creativity. Students will laugh, smile, breathe, and have fun, while practicing yoga in a safe and encouraging environment.
I teach yoga for kids at private and public schools in the Los Angeles area. Contact me to schedule a kid's yoga class for your little yogis.
“Lori conducted the morning yoga classes for the whole camp. She demonstrated each posture beautifully and made the transitions from one posture to the next in elegant and fluid motion. It truly inspired all the campers.”