Lindsey graduated cum laude with a BFA in dance from Mason Gross School of the Arts and is
finishing up her Masters in Dance Education at Rutgers University. Born and raised in Cranford,
Lindsey has been dancing since the age of 3 and currently teaches dance at Yvette's Dance
Studio to students ages 3 years old to adult.
Lindsey completed her extensive Pilates apparatus training program with Polestar Pilates at the
Mason Gross School of the Arts, where she worked with clients from ages 12 to 80. Lindsey
also taught Pilates mat classes locally where she catered the movement to improve her
students' yoga practices.
Lindsey believes that "getting to know our bodies is the greatest gift we can give ourselves. By
giving our body the attention it deserves, we can revive our mind, body and soul through
movement." She truly wants to help all people be their best self!
Joseph Pilates spoke of his exercises as a way to, "build a sturdy body and sound mind fitted to
perform every daily task with ease and perfection as well as to provide tremendous reserve
energy?"(Return to Life, 1945). Lindsey feels that "our bodies are our life and everything we do
has an affect on us. By learning efficiency of movement with Pilates, tasks will begin to feel
easier and energy can be restored.
Lindsey is available for individual, duet and small group Pilates Reformer and Apparatus