Lindsay is your guide in taking the guesswork out of your health & wellness. Empowering you to create a lifestyle which honours your unique constitution, history, and your amazing potential for resilience and health. 


Holistic Nutrition

The body needs to absorb the best of the nutrients you feed it, and Lindsay's years as a yoga teacher and mindfulness practitioner lead to a three dimensional approach to health and wellness. She creates a holistic personal profile that addresses the complex needs of your individual body.

Meet Lindsay

I inspire clients to live healthy and meaningful lives while balancing work with play.

My passion is grounded in personal experience of healing my embarrassing adult acne, decoding digestive troubles and learning to live life without croissants.

Yoga

I strive to make each class warm and inviting, to make space for students to explore their inner workings of mind, body and spirit.

My classes are held at Yoga Village, Toronto's only Pay-What-You-Choose studio. 

My journey to health has been refined over the years. I spent most of my 20's sleeping the day away, after developing digestive issues in my late teens. To add to my frustrations, I had adult acne of the worst kind. It was painful, embarrassing and I struggled to find what the true cause was.

After a doctor informed me that what we eat doesn't affect our skin, I took control of my health + wellness, vowing to help others with similar disappointments. I became the go-to person amongst family and friends, supporting them to vitality with the power of whole foods. Naturally, I became certified in Holistic Nutrition, a perfect addition to my experience as a Yoga Teacher. This combination informs the work that I do, helping you feel and look your best.


Lindsay is a wealth of information in regards to herbs, food, anatomy, body chemistry, body mechanics, and has a slightly ayurvedic approach to things. However, what makes me trust her vocation more than anything else is that she is an amazing and generous cook. She understands “soul-food,” and that the point of food is to nourish both the body and the soul.
— Jeremy R.