Lori Scott, RYT 200
My yoga journey began over 15 years ago, taking classes to improve flexibility and relieve stress. After many years of working in the corporate world, I decided to pursue my Yoga Teacher Certification and turn my passion into my career. Prior to teaching yoga, I have over 25 years of administrative experience in a variety of forums to include online communities, special education advocacy, marketing, law, and community fundraising. Of all my accomplishments, I am most proud of my role as a mother of two boys. As I continue to grow each day with them, I take nothing for granted. I vow to look back on every moment with gratitude for I am not here just to teach, but also to learn. They have inspired me to change my story... to change the old patterns of self-doubt and choose self-compassion. Yoga has transformed my life and it is my mission to keep learning and helping others connect with self-compassion.
While my daily yoga practice continues to bring balance into my life, sharing yoga with others feeds my soul. I strive to help beginner students feel success and inspire experienced students to grow their practice. Through essential breathing techniques, proper alignment of poses, and guided meditation, I am dedicated to helping yogis of all skill levels feel renewed and balanced for a complete mind/body connection. Creating a relaxing, supportive and inclusive atmosphere for ALL students to feel comfortable is very important to me. Yoga is for EVERY body! Yoga with Lori meets you where YOU are. There are no prerequisites! Prepare yourself for deep relaxation as I guide you through meditation to calm the mind, de-stress, and feel the transformational benefits of this beautiful practice.
Lori Scott, RYT 200
Certified Yoga Teacher
Member of National Yoga Alliance
Kids Yoga Teacher Certification
Seniors Yoga Teacher Certification
Barre Above Certified
First Aid / CPR / AED Certified
Federation for Children with Special Needs
Trained Parent Advocate
Additional Workshops include:
Yoga for Mood Disorders