For over a decade, Brian and Lorrie have been traveling and sharing Yoga and AcroYoga love.
"We bring our own unique approach to teaching and healing — one that is focused on strong foundations, clear communication and a safe container to explore your potential."
PHOTOGRAPH BY JEANNETTE JOHNSON
Both Brian and Lorrie teach on-going yoga classes in Southern California and lead workshops to the public as well as continuing ed for yoga teachers, trainings and retreats in the U.S. and abroad. They each collaborate with yoga teacher trainings offering unique engaging training modules.
While there are many pieces to the puzzle of health and wellness, the practice of yoga, mindfulness, play, relaxation, breath-body connection are those they continue to share.
They compassionately support you on your path of growth and wellness.
E-RYT 500, Certified AcroYoga Teacher (AYI)
Brian has been heavily involved and an influential part of AcroYoga, first growing with the NYC acro community and later planting new acro seeds in the Inland Empire. He brings his years of experience and stellar training principles to every training and workshop, sharing the practice of AcroYoga.
Based in Southern California since 2014, Brian conducts a wide range of classes and workshops including AcroYoga, vinyasa flow yoga, alignment based yoga, yoga for children with autism, veterans, seniors, seniors with Alzheimer's, partner yoga, and thai yoga.
Among the many wonderful teachers he has studied with are the usual and some not-so-usual suspects, from various traditions including Iyengar, Kripalu, Ashtanga, Jivamukti and Thai yoga.
Lorrie’s yoga journey beginning in the BKS Iyengar tradition, swiftly transitioned from tentatively taking her first class to attending as many classes as would fit into her schedule. Eventually, there came a moment when she realized yoga was no longer something she did, it illuminated who she is.
Now with multifaceted experience and trainings under her belt, Lorrie, who is herself a forever student, co-teaches AcroYoga and partner yoga with Brian Yuen. She leads Restorative Yoga Foundations teacher trainings, and collaborates and teams-up with yoga teacher trainings offering Pranayama, Meditation, Restorative Yoga training modules, as well as her weekly classes and various workshops. The healing art practice of meta/loving kindness has cracked Lorrie’s heart wide open.
Lorrie brings with her clarity, compassion and sometimes her attempts at humor. Her classes blend traditional and healing qualities of yoga through the lens of devotion and love. She encourages students to explore, discover and cultivate their potential and bring lightness and into their practice and a greater sense of well-being into their lives.