Lindsy Somers


Lindsy started practicing yoga a few years after retiring from a long time competitive cheer leading and gymnastics background. Shortly after, she received her 200hr Vinyasa Yoga certificate in the fall of 2014, and is currently undergoing her 500hr training with the owners of Boston Yoga School and JP Centre Yoga.


Yoga has been an extremely important asset in her life and continues to guide her to find balance, inspire's her to work hard, provides the tools for her to ground herself and teachers her when its time to let go. Perhaps most importantly, it has taught her how to build love and compassion for herself, which was something she struggled with for a long time. 

As she continued to immerse herself wholeheartedly into the practice, she was taken by the way the movement and spiritual insights of her teachers and mentors brought and continue to bring an abundance of healing into her life. This realization is what called her to become a teacher. Being able to help heal and bring balance, love and acceptance into peoples lives felt, and still feels like, her soul purpose.

She is constantly challenged and excited by yoga's ability to harmonize strength, grace and surrender. There is always something more to learn and she is still a curious and eager student. Her fondness for personal growth and the humility in being a life long practitioner, translates in her teaching style; playful and exploratory. 


She is passionate about teaching hot yoga, all levels, restorative and yin yoga classes. For classes with music, she makes custom playlists to add another layer of feeling and rhythm to class, to help you let loose while you're moving.

Lindsy seeks to mentor you further inward on this soul journey toward the expansion of love and consciousness. She hopes to have the opportunity to guide you to a better understanding of yourself and to bring awareness to the light being you are and what you are capable of. She offers you a safe, loving space under her guidance to practice, to feel, and to transform your life.

FacultyTim Kelleher