“I am not a Teacher, but an Awakener.”
- Robert Frost
Hi, I’m Lindsey!
I’m a teacher, a trainer, a movement therapist – for 14 years! (Wow, how did that happen.)
I’ve taught yoga and barre, pilates and HIIT, prenatal and post natal fitness and everything in between. I’ve rehabbed patients back from acute injury and taught at dance-party-vibed fitness festivals. I’ve coached women through quarter-life crisis, motherhood, and menopause. I’ve trained men to summit kilimanjaro and their own fears.
Movement is movement to me and its all MAGIC!
Move Brave connects me to students and other teachers and I CANNOT WAIT to connect with you.
I’m always here, respond quickly, and LOVE hearing from you – please reach out!
Finding Empowerment in Movement...
Universally, we have all experienced suffering. We have breaking points for various reasons and decide to MOVE to make a change to empower ourselves.
Before landing in Oklahoma though, I was a military brat. I went to five different schools before 5th grade. Even after moving to Oklahoma, my family moved six more times before I graduated high school.
Throughout my childhood, we moved and I adapted. In every new place, the only control I felt I had in the world was of my actions and my physical movement. I started to notice how movement could change things beyond the physical.
Movement was release, freedom, and above all empowerment. When I was playing any one of my four sports, or moving within the various types of dance classes, I was able to be my truest and best self. I saw myself authentically. I was able to process and release both trauma and emotion by moving my body.
"It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge."
- Albert Einstein
Service & Dedication...
After discovering the power of movement, I was able to deal with any trauma or suffering I experienced (atypical college weight gain, childbirth, divorce, death of a parent, etc.) and decided to dedicate my life to serving people through the health and fitness industry.
Over the past decade, I have seen and coached countless students back into their bodies via movement; and watched their true selves and self-empowerment grow exponentially.