Lori Seemann

E-RYT 200/500 Yoga Instructor, Owner

I found yoga in 2001 after the birth of my second child. I was working night-shifts as an RN in a hospital and struggled with anxiety, as well as finding the time and motivation to take care of my body while also being devoted to my family. I loved the way my body felt while doing yoga, and the calm my mind experienced after. I always looked forward to attending classes.

I completed my initial 230 hour yoga teacher training program at the Yoga Center of Minneapolis in 2008. I had decided to take the training to deepen my knowledge of both the physical and spiritual aspects of yoga, and began teaching part time after my completion of the program. I continue to expand my knowledge of yoga with ongoing training every year, and recently completed my 500 hour teaching certification with Christina Sell & Giaconda Parker at the San Marcos School of Yoga. Personally, the practice of yoga is slowly and steadily building my capacity to be content, even joyful, regardless of what is happening around me.

I also am a Registered Nurse and one of the family owners of Prairie River Home Care, which provides long and short term medical and supportive care to clients in their homes.  I am inspired and humbled to work with an amazing group of people that strive to uplift others everyday, both in home care and in yoga.  I emphasize physical alignment in my yoga classes. Strength and flexibility are balanced in order to gain control of the body in a graceful and purposeful manner.



Lori Seemann instructs the following:
  • Mixed Level Yoga
  • This 75 minute yoga class offers both basic and intermediate options and longer holds in order to explore depth in postures. Arm balances and inversions may be explored with guidance. Appropriate for fit beginners and ongoing students.

  • Hatha Yoga with Meditation
  • This 90 minute yoga class will begin with slow paced sun salutations followed by a sequence of standing, balancing, seated and reclining postures connecting movement and breath.  Class cultivates the intention of connecting to the heart center, quieting the mind, and settling into stillness.