Spiritual girl in a material world
KERRY + YOGA
Kerry first started attending yoga classes when she was an undergraduate student in 1996. At the time she was also a dedicated martial artist and in many ways, martial arts and yoga were a match made in disciplined heaven. Inherent to both these aged old practices is mindful movement, breath awareness, meditation and energy (Qi in martial arts & prana in yoga). In addition, both disciplines have been influential in establishing a dedicated self-practice, which has been fundamental in Kerrys mindfulness medication practice and continued professional development.
Her yoga practice is also strongly influenced by her background as a qualified Sport Scientist, Public Health Professional, Mindfulness Teacher and Energy Healer, enabling her to deliver yoga in a way that is easily accessible, whilst offering students a deeper understanding of Eastern Philosophies and Western Science.
ENLIVEN + ENLIGHTEN
Kerry teaches mindfully, with compassion and always from the heart. Her playful and light hearted approach helps guide her students to observe their mind and understand their bodies in a way that unites the body, mind and soul. Kerry believes in working mindfully, allowing ourselves to explore new challenges with a principle of acceptance and kindness towards ourself. She maintains focus on core integration and alignment stemming from her desire to use yoga as a tool to heal and strengthen the body and mind. Yoga with Kerry gives you the time and space to connect more deeply with yourself and your practice.
HEALTH IN THE BODY + PEACE IN THE MIND
Kerry has over 18 years experience of designing and managing a vast range of behaviour change and health improvement programmes within the NHS. Her main area of interest is in mental and emotional well being, with a specific focus on mindfulness for health. Kerry firmly believes that the practice of yoga becomes a lifestyle that finds its way into all aspects of our being, nourishing our body, mind and soul. The philosophy of yoga is rooted in a culture of health and well being and scientific research today is starting to provide concrete evidence as to how yoga works to improve our health and well being. Yoga offers us a way of life, giving us health in the body and peace in the mind.