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 Lorrie holds a  Masters of Arts in Organizational Psychology.  She is a Tai Chi Easy TM Senior Trainer, a member of the Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi (IIQTC) faculty.  Lorrie is also a 200-hour Certified Integral Tai Chi and Qigong teacher, having studied under the guidance of Dr. Roger Jahnke (IIQTC). 

Lorrie is also a certified Spring Forest Qigong Practice Leader, a healing qigong developed by Master Chunyi Lin and certified in the Funadamentals of  Rehabilitative Tai Chi and Qigong from the Institute of Rehabilitative Qigong and Tai Chi.  

She also holds a Whispers on the Wind Shamanic Certificate, Reiki Certificate (Level 1 & 2), Level 1 Holistic Healing with Aromatherapy.

She continuously learns and practices a variety of energy healing approaches that enable individuals to connect with their own healing capability. 

Places where Lorrie has taught and provided introductory sessions.

  • University of Wisconsin Fox Valley
  • Touchmark Retirement
  • Omega
  • Alternatives Holistic Health and Wellness
  • Schubbe Resch Chiropractic
  • Tranqility Massage and Ediface Wellness Center
  • ​LiveStrong Program YMCA
  • Lake Park Swim and Fitness
  • St. Croix Healing Arts Center
  • ​Appleton  North High School
  • ​Appleton East High School
  • ​Neenah YMCA
  • ​Christ the King- Sherwood
  • ​Thrivent Financial
  • ​Memory Project Appleton
  • High Cliff State Park Sherwood
  • ​Smith Park Menasha
  • Wannick Park Sherwood
  • ​Oshkosh Library
  • ​Little Chute Middle School
  • Fox Valley Hematology and Oncology Oshkosh Location
  • Golden Light Healing Retreat Center
  • Menasha Senior Center

Lorrie Ann Formella, owner of Seasons of Life Empowerment, is committed to life- long learning and the sharing of practices that empower people to enhance their health and wellness.   During her 35 years’ experience in organizational and staff development and project management, Lorrie has helped organizations and people improve performance, deliver results and become connected with services that both met their needs and enrich their lives. She applies these skills to her current role of teacher, practice leader, coach and mentor.

A cancer survivor since 2012, Lorrie attributes her quality of life to an integrated treatment approach that includes Tai Chi and Qigong and many other self-care methods learned while navigating through multiple challenges during the “seasons of life.”  She is committed to planting seeds by providing education and practice opportunities that enable people to take charge of their health and wellness.