Albrighton Yoga

Monday’s, 6.30-7.30pm at Albrighton Trust Moat & Gardens £7.00pp.

Please get in touch to book your space.

Yoga has many, many benefits, for body, mind and spirit. To name just a few it enhances strength of both body and mind, aids stamina and flexibility, it brings focus and clarity, brings calm and relaxation. With regular practice you will improve all of the above, maybe notice change or just become more aware of your alignment and posture, you will become more mindful, you will even breathe better! Generally you’re overall physical health and wellbeing will grow! 

My classes are balanced, fun and challenging with options and layers for the exercises and poses so you can choose what is right for your body in that moment. Primal Yoga® Flow and Vinyasa Yoga is very fluid, expect to flow from one movement to the next. I encourage you to find your own pace and listen to your body. Unless specified I share with you a combination of all that I practice.

What I Teach

Primal Yoga Flow®  Created and trained by Liz Arch, it is a dynamic and martial arts fusion style that merges Vinyasa yoga with the artistry of Kung Fu and the grace of Tai Chi into an athletic, heat-building flow, while focusing on alignment, balance, strength, power and flexibility.

Primal Yoga® Flow is a fluid and thoughtfully sequenced class that combines movement and breath to cultivate the flow of Qi, or vital life force energy throughout the body. We seamlessly blend yoga with slow flowing movements inspired by Tai Chi, Qigong and Kung Fu into a harmonious dance to create balance, strength and synergy in our physical and emotional bodies. With an emphasis on breath, fluidity and intelligent alignment-based sequencing, Primal Yoga® Flow harmonises yin and yang energy and taps into our body’s own innate wisdom to unlock the healing potential within.

I also trained in Vinyasa Yoga in Bali with the mesmerising Meghan Currie. Vinyasa that I share is pretty similar to Primal Yoga but minus the martial arts. Expect to find beautiful fluidity, a dance, a connection of breath and movement that is both elegant and strong. 

Yogalates™ was my first teacher training and I learnt from its beautiful creator Louise Solomon. Yogalates is a combination of Yoga with an incredible exercise system, Pilates. Yogalates™ is now predominately taught in private sessions but as I mentioned I share my practice and some of its principles, core and functional movements flow into my classes. 

I now have 600 hours of teacher training behind me and I will forever continue to add to this. 

“Keri’s Primal Yoga classes are challenging, kickass and fun! The flow sequences are so organic that you don’t realise how far you’re going until you’re upside-down in a position you never would have thought you could do. I don’t mean to suggest it’s hard, though. As with all yoga, you have choices and levels throughout, and go to exactly where you are comfortable. I don’t think I’ll ever look back, though. This is the best yoga I’ve done so far.”

Sarah Jasmon - Author of Summer of Secrets.

“Since starting under Keri in September 2014, not only have I thoroughly enjoyed every session but both my flexibility and core strength have improved significantly. Given that I have been consistently training in karate for 34 years and obtained a high level, this rate of improvement has been a most welcome and pleasant surprise, my only regret is not starting years ago! I would have no hesitation whatsoever in highly recommending Keri, she is a gifted, knowledgeable and enthusiastic instructor who has proved to be highly effective in enhancing my sporting performance.”

Guy Keen - Chief Instructor of Southport Miyagi Karate School, 6th Dan English Goju-ryu Karate Association.