After suffering a back injury at the age of 16, Lindsey was recommended to start practicing yoga by a physical therapist. Soon after her first class, Lindsey knew what was missing from her life. Not only did it dramatically increase her mobility, but also decreased the pain associated with the accident and injury. As a wonderful bonus, it also helped her tame the lifelong struggle with anxiety. Practicing yoga was something that soothed her body, mind, and soul. With increased curiosity about the yogic history and lifestyle, Lindsey took a course in college about the philosophy of yoga. It was then that she wanted to become a yoga teacher and dive below the surface of just the physical practice.
In the summer of 2018, Lindsey received her RYT 200 from Common Ground Yoga, which at the time was Elements3 Yoga under the guidance of Andrew Tanner, Carrie Gantz, Erica Tharp, and Laura Ahrens. In the fall of 2018, she received her Aerial Yoga teaching certification from Katharine Scola. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science. Lindsey’s style of teaching includes breath work, body awareness, Reiki healing, and the idea of practicing yogic philosophy on and off the mat. Lindsey is a yoga teacher hoping to help others find balance and peace within themselves.