Sherry Hanck, E-RYT200, RYT500
CPR AED certified 7.24.2012
Sherry emerged from her first yoga class in 1999 (Om Yoga Studio, NYC) confused and sore yet certain that something special had happened and knew she wanted to be part of it.
Since then Sherry’s yoga journey has included studying with a variety teachers including: Rodney Yee, Seane Corn, Kevin Gardiner, Sadie Nardini, Melanie Smith, Amy Cronise-Mead, Karin Eisen, Naime Jezzeny, Judith Lasater and Anodea Judith. She studied meditation at the Shambhala Center in NYC, as well as, at Yogadharma in Solebury, PA. For Sherry, study is a life-long process as she continues to seek out teachers and teachings that resonate and nourish her practice.
Sherry completed the 200-hour teacher-training program from the Prancing Peacock in 2011, with Liz Connor. Interested in expanding into the therapeutic aspects of yoga, She participated in 100 hours of training in Anatomy & Therapeutics through Yogadharma, (completed January 2013) and completed Yogadharma 300 hour training program (June 1, 2014). Sherry just completed KEYoga (Karin Eisen's) Experiential Anatomy training and continues to dig deeper into understanding how the body works.
Currently, Sherry teaches at the Prancing Peacock in Yardley, PA, Vinyasa at the Vineyard at the Crossings Vineyard & Winery in Washington Crossing and teaches private clients, as well as preschoolers. She also teaches meditation. Sherry teaches various workshops and series at the Prancing Peacock, as well as modules for their teacher trainings (including how to teach yoga therapeutically, Finding Your Voice & working with the Chakras). Sherry writes a blog called, “Drop & Give Me Yoga!"; she has two poems published in a book called, “The Poetry of Yoga” and recently published a book of love poems called, "Love's Wild Journey - Poems from an Untamed Heart." She is a Reiki 2 practitioner and loves to chant
“My greatest wish is to share the magic of that first feeling with as many people as possible and watch how it unfolds and transforms lives.”