Lindsey graduated with Honors from the University of Oregon in 2007, receiving her Bachelor of Science in Sociology, with an emphasis is Environmental Sustainability. She spent the first two years out of college volunteering her time with Americorps, building and restoring trail in national parks, before pursuing her passion for teaching yoga.
It all started with a yoga meditation ‘retreat’ and then she went on to receive her 200 hour teacher training from Rasa School of Yoga in Costa Rica, studying the art of Power Yoga under Carolina Vivas. After a couple of years teaching, she was drawn to the Astanga practice and made her way to India to study with Mark Anasari to receive her second 200 hour training certificate. While grueling, Lindsey feels some of her greatest advancements within her practice stemmed from this time honored traditional practice. In 2016, Lindsey traveled to San Diego to Buddhi Yoga in San Diego working with Carolina Vivas once again and the fabulous Goldie Graham. Her most recent training appropriated her to the 300 hour certification level and was lead by Zuna Yoga. Combining all of her training’s her teaching style has become a progressive combination mix of Astanga, Hatha, Tantra and Power Flow Yoga- you can expect to sweat, laugh and breathe in her classes – plus listen to some great music!
When she’s not teaching yoga, she works with clients one on one who are seeking insight into Ayurveda, the sister science to yoga. In that practice she focuses on nutrition and life coaching as well as integrative private practice of yoga asana. If you’re interested in any of these additional services, please use the Contact section to get in touch or email Lindsey directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.