I’m new to the area and really enjoyed the Sunday yin class. I’ll be back tomorrow for some flow! I appreciated the warm welcome, makes me miss my home studio a little less :)
Lindsey believes yoga, at its core, is a practice of self-care that prepares us for community care. Being able to get up in an arm balance or twist yourself into a pretzel is one way to mark progress in yoga, but if this practice can help us treat each other with greater dignity, compassion, and respect—well, now we're really getting somewhere. Students in Lindsey’s classes can look forward to an uplifting balance of centering meditation and invigorating asana. Her sequencing draws from Ashtanga, Jivamukti, and Power Yoga, with an emphasis on helping students feel strong and steady. She received her 200-hour certification from Carolina Yoga Company, and her 300-hour Advanced Studies certification at the Asheville Yoga Center. She is an RYT 500, registered with Yoga Alliance.