Kerry feels privileged to be part of the DAHLC community. She enjoys sharing her love of yoga with others and considers it an honor to be part of people’s yoga journeys. Her philosophy is that yoga is for everyone, and she welcomes people of all ages, body types and abilities, from beginners to more experienced yoga practitioners. She hopes that when students step off the mat after her class they somehow feel better—and that they get out of yoga what they need--whether it be a great workout, more flexibility and strength, or perhaps a greater sense of joy, balance and peace.
Originally, a runner, cyclist, and horseback rider, Kerry ventured into yoga as a way to enhance her exercise routine. She quickly became hooked, loving the way it invited her to live life more authentically. She pursued professional instruction, completing her 200 hour yoga teacher training in 2012 and her 500 hour yoga teacher training in 2018. Kerry is married, has 4 children, 2 dogs and 1 horse, and she works full-time at Mayo Clinic. She considers herself a perpetual student of yoga and life, and looks forward to guiding both familiar and new students in her classes.