Born and raised in Southern California she has always been movement inspired, creatively driven, and spiritually drawn in by the natural energies of the oceans and mountains along the California coastline. As an athlete all her life, professional dancer/choreographer and former vocalist, swimmer, skier, equestrian rider and musician, Lori’s movement background is extensive. With over 20 years of movement analysis, Lori brings a unique perspective to the training experience.
Lori is a passionate movement educator and believes each of us deserves to feel good in our bodies, especially through the aging process. Her hope is that the aging process will not be an acceptance of diminishing ability, but an unveiling of the possible freedoms ones body can recapture. While trying to establish the best biomechanics possible we are on an advancing journey forward to fewer restrictions.
Like in nature, learning the importance of balance in ones life is key for longevity and well being. Peeling away the self-imposed or societal weights on ones spirit is important. Movement has a healing property and finding grace and fluidity in the body is finding balance and is how we were designed to move.