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Yoga for All. Athletes. Equestrians. Seniors. Beginners. In depth one on one or get a group of friends together. I have many current clients happy to reference.
If you are interested in improving your working relationship with your Equine partner I offer Riding Instruction at your facility, Show & Rodeo coaching as well as tune ups. 24 years experience.
I love meeting new people! Practice Yoga tailored just for you. Judgement free, personal practice. Improve your riding with traditional and dynamic concepts and in depth coaching.
I took a beginner class. I suffer from RA Lindsey was amazing. She took her time in explaining everything and helped where help was needed. I love that she would go at my pace instead of me at hers. I never thought about doing yoga but after taking her class I'm signing up every weekend. I highly recommend Lindsay weather you are a beginner or expert she will show you thing you never thought you could do.
Lindsey is awesome. She really takes the time to learn about each of her clients and sets a program based on their needs.
Lindsey is a fantastic instructor. She is very educated and her instruction is clear. The first time I met with her I walked away with so much and felt confident in my ability to do yoga at home safely and effectively when not meeting with her. I strongly recommend Lindsey andI can't think of one thing I'd change. She really took her time and answered all of my questions about form and breathing. Her voice was soothing and she even goes above and beyond by sending me personal videos so that I may practice poses I struggle with. Lindsey is an outstanding instructor and an all around outstanding person period.
I took my first Yoga class with Lindsey and I was amazed how good I felt after class. Lindsey was very clear with her explanations, she went at a slow pace since this was a beginner class and she didn't push us to the point we were hurting. I'm 60 years old and was very surprised with myself how unbalanced I'd become and Lindsey showed me how my balance will get better and better with each class. Lindsey is a wonderful Yoga Instructor.
When someone makes the decision to begin a Yoga practice it is usually for one of two reasons. Inner inprovement. Outer improvement. However, there is a certain amount of apprehensions that come with this. "I'm not flexible enough", "Everyone else in class will be more advanced", "I'm afraid it is a blasphemy of my faith"... And many more. So, how do we make the new Yogi feel at ease in this transition into discovery?
I have found that three things help keep my beginners committed and coming back:
1. Minimize the Mantra
The average Western practitioner has fear of the unknown. What they think of Yoga is usually summed up in contorting posture and incoherant chanting. I have found that a combination of posture, relaxation pranayama, a little Reiki and some simple and attainable Mantra (I will set the course of positivity in my day) provides an easier platform for opening new doors later on.
2. Keep it simple
Sticking to 10-15 postures that are easy to remember, align and maintain makes a beginner feel much less overwhelmed.
Taking time to contact your student outside of class about their mental and physical status makes them feel comfortable and builds a trust.
I have been practicing and teaching Power & Vinyasa Yoga since 2005. I am a CYT300
I have 24 years of competitive and recreational experience in both English and Western disciplines including Dressage through Intermediare I, Tie down roping and Jumpers.