Lindsay is passionate about empowering people to feel well in their bodies through the food they eat. Lindsay has this to say about her approach to nutrition: “I love nutrition because the food we eat makes a difference in how we feel and can directly create health in our bodies. I will work with you, either in classes, counseling sessions, or both, to create an attainable nutrition plan for you or your family. I understand the struggles of the American diet and the American work-life balancing act, and I will do everything in my power to be an asset to your health goals. I also believe in realistic health goals. I would like to state up front that I know a lot of people come to nutrition because they want to lose weight, but the goal is to be healthy -- whether the goal is controlling blood pressure, preventing diabetes, or managing a food allergy. I do not believe in losing weight for the sake of it -- that is an act of self-hatred. I believe in nutrition as an act of self-love.”
Stephanie B. LeClair, MS, MPH
Lindsay’s specialties include building a healthy diet, nutrition for cardiovascular concerns; managing food restrictions or IBS; eating a complete vegetarian or vegan diet; best practices for feeding infants, toddlers, and children; and nutritional approaches to managing seasonal affective disorder. Lindsay completed her Master of Science in Nutrition and Master of Public Health at Tufts University in 2013 and has been active as a nutrition policy researcher ever since, focusing on the quality of nutrition and physical activity for children in school and child care.
Lindsay is also taps into strength, love, and discipline through yoga. She is a firm believe in the the power of practice to transform us to our higher selves. She received her 200+ hour yoga teacher certification at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in 2005. Her classes combine a focus on alignment with a focus in feeling joy in one’s own body and practice.
| 11:00AM - 2:00PM
Lindsay’s specialties include building a healthy diet, nutrition for cardiovascular concerns; managing food restrictions or IBS; eating a complete vegetarian or vegan diet; best practices for feeding infants, toddlers, and children; and nutritional approaches to managing seasonal affective disorder.
All Nutrition & Wellness appointments require an initial 1hr/15min session ($120).
All ongoing and follow-up sessions are 60min ($80).