Kaleidescope of Consciousness
- Matrix of Meditation
Lindsay Jamison, CYT-500, is a Visual Artist, Yogic Lifestyle Educator and Healing Arts Facilitator. She has been teaching since 2010 and has many certifications in hatha yoga, chair yoga, children’s yoga, adaptive yoga, yin yoga, Usui Reiki Ryoho, mindfulness meditation and shamanic practices. She specializes in creating unique personalized therapeutic sessions for her private clients. Currently, she has a private practice and teaches group classes at Independence Blue Cross Live, Mellow Massage & Yoga and offers corporate wellness seminars with Do It Better Wellness in the Greater Philadelphia Area.
Lindsay has a BFA from the University of the Arts and has been creating since she was a child. Her mission is to bridge her passion for creative expression with accessible, transformative education that aims to shift collective consciousness. She specializes in creating mandalas and sacred geometry inspired art as it connects deeply to the core of yogic and meditative practices.
- Move through your day recognizing everyone is part of the divine.
- Trust your Intuition. Dare to dream and take flight.
Particles of Illumination
- You create your reality. What are you manifesting?
Kaleidescope of ConsciousnessMatrix of Meditation
Fox MedicineMove through your day recognizing everyone is part of the divine.
Shaman's DreamTrust your Intuition. Dare to dream and take flight.
Particles of IlluminationYou create your reality. What are you manifesting?
Mornings have always been hard for me - I feel a resistance internally to be present and feel gratitude for all that is around me. Starting my day with Lindsay's yoga practices is helping me realize how much better it can be with some dedication to slowing down and intentionally moving throughout the day. I'm grateful for her personality that beams through her method of teaching - gentle, intentional, very caring and inclusive. Lindsay explains poses in great depth so that we all feel supported and know our options - she considers the needs of the full spectrum and it's very comforting to know. Throughout the practice I appreciate her reminders to connect with the breath - it has helped me to follow that vital step more so than in the past. She also gives us comforting bits of wisdom, tips to let go, reminders to set intentions and mantras - but it's all suggestion and at our own will. Thank you Lindsay for your accessible and transformative classes.
I took Lindsay's Mindfulness and Mandalas workshop in September and was so happy to find this enjoyable and creative way to meditate! Lindsay's workshop was the perfect mix of history, education and hands on work to introduce a total beginner to this lovely practice. Since taking the workshop, I've applied my learnings during art time with my daughters! It can be difficult to carve out time for myself, and luckily with this type of meditation I can work right alongside my girls! Many thanks!
Lindsay is absolutely the best yoga teacher I have ever had . Lindsay is extremely knowledgeable about all aspects of yoga and shares her knowledge in a warm and welcoming manner. She is an example of excellent instructional skills . I highly recommend Lindsay and her yoga classes
I had lumbar fusion surgery over two years ago, and I decided that, as part of my rehab, yoga would be helpful. Lindsay was recommended to me by a good friend, and to this day I thank him for the recommendation. We started at two or three times a week, and are now down to one time a week, and I still find it very helpful. On the other days, I have incorporated a number of Lindsay‘s suggestions into my rehab routine. We do primarily stretching, core strengthening and “customary” yoga poses, with Lindsay mixing up the poses and exercises very nicely. At the same time, Lindsay explains what she is trying to accomplish, and gives me background yoga information. Lindsay has a great personality, knows her subject cold, is enjoyable to be around, and is always on time. Highly recommended.
I started with Lindsay on the recommendation of 2 friends, both of whom have judgments I greatly respect and who each have back and spine issues. They found, as have I, that Lindsay is very adept at making adjustments to various postures to accommodate physical limitations. I am 66 and started at ground zero with yoga. Lindsay actively listened as I described my issues related to a shoulder surgery and lack of flexibility, especially in my hips and lower back. She has provided various posture accommodations and a varied practice each time we meet. With her gentle guidance I have made great strides. Each session is never the same, but always focused and challenging in a good way. When we are finished I feel awakened, de-stressed and better physically than when the session began. I look forward to our weekly sessions and incorporate many of the postures she has taught me in my daily routine. I highly recommend Lindsay to anyone...whether an advanced practitioner or to a novice like me.
She is very knowledgable and very committed to yoga. As a teacher she is very patient, encouraging and supportive. I was so out of shape and really didn't believe I could do yoga but Lindsay convinced me I could.