About Kerri Hanlon

Kerri Hanlon is co-founder and creator of the Adaptive Yoga Program at Yoga Home in Conshohocken, a Best of Philly Yoga Studio.  She is a contributor to CBSPhilly and shares her experiences about living with and grieving a child with disabilities so others know they’re not alone.  Her practices are available through Yoga Home’s online studio.

All posts by Kerri Hanlon:

How My Yoga Practice Got Me Through the Holidays

How often have you heard the importance of continuing your practice when life gets chaotic? As we head into this holiday season, I’ve been reflecting on this time last year. Life was upside down for me late 2017, and I truly believe had it not been for my practice, my path would have looked much […]

Adaptive Yoga – Creating a Culture Where ALL Are Welcome

There’s been much discussion in the yoga community about Accessible Yoga. The word “accessible” can mean many different things, based on your lens. The Accessible Yoga Mission Statement begins with “Accessible Yoga is dedicated to sharing the benefits of Yoga with anyone who currently does not have access to these practices, and with communities that […]

The Yoga Bubble

I’ve been told I live in a “yoga bubble.” I spend more time at my yoga home than my dwelling home. It’s literally where I work, eat and sleep (ok, not really; maybe the occasional drifting off in savasana). Safe to say I’m surrounded by yogis in most aspects of my life.

Yoga is for EVERY Body

They enter the studio by walking, wheelchair and scooter. Their diagnoses may be cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, Down’s Syndrome and more. None of this matters. They are yogis.

Opening to Gratitude

If we take a good look at our levels of gratitude, we may find sometimes it’s easier to feel thankful than others. Co-owner of Yoga Home Kerri Hanlon shares what we reap from reflecting on what makes us most grateful, exactly in those most challenging moments, on the mat and off!

The Power of Intention

“I invite you to set an intention.”  How often do you hear that in a yoga class?  And how often do you truly take it to heart? Two years ago I set an intention and began the process of letting it manifest.  It was what I held in my heart as I stepped on my mat, what I scribed about in my journal, what I boldly put out in my New Moon wishes.  And now, I’m seeing that intention come to life.

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