Having spent 15 years practicing and studying a variety of yoga disciplines, Lindsay was eventually led to complete her YTT 200 hours in Mysore in 2016. Since then, she has continued to partake in further study, enhancing her abilities under anatomy specialist Andrew McGonigle, and branching out into Integral Sound Healing under Inga Liljestrom and Tony Nec.
With an exploratory approach to yoga, Lindsay practices a number of disciplines, alongside Buddhist meditation, all of which influence her teaching style. Her classes combine the traditional hatha principles she studied in India with empowering breath-led flow. She seeks to ignite self-love and empowerment in her students, challenging perceptions and encouraging a compassionate approach, through meditation, movement and sound.
“As well as the obvious physical benefits, yoga provides a potent tool for self discovery. During my classes I invite students to seek out the mental and spiritual rewards of yoga. I offer meditative mindful movement, with the intention of leaving participants with a renewed sense of inner calm and clarity.
From a personal standpoint, yoga, meditation, and sound healing have proven to be the most successful antidotes to the speed and resulting tensions of modern life, offering true insight and perspective. I have chosen this path so I can share these transformative tools with others.”