MEET LINDSAY MENOUGH
When you come to my class you can expect a thoughtfully curated playlist, an easy going vibe and that above all else, it’s just yoga, so come as you are and enjoy your practice no matter how it goes.
I have been practicing hot yoga exclusively for approximately 15 years. I took my first hot yoga class at a local gym in the middle of my journey to lose 100 pounds and I instantly feel in love with the practice and how I felt during and after. After having my son in early 2016 I was really struggling with post partum weight gain my own self perception and I had completely abandoned my practice and most other physical activity. My husband had found a yoga studio near our house that was offering a free week of yoga and so I tried that studio out and reignited my passion for my practice. It seemed only natural that I become an instructor to take my knowledge and commitment to my own practice even deeper. When you come to my class you can expect a thoughtfully curated playlist, an easy going vibe and that above all else, it’s just yoga, so come as you are and enjoy your practice no matter how it goes. My favorite hot teacher that I ever had used to say that there is “no judging or critiquing” our practices and you can often hear me sharing that same sentiment. I consider myself an old school hot yogi and prefer the 90 minute format along with consistent heat and humidity throughout class.
Outside of Align I am the President of an organization that supports children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Colorado, Nevada, Wyoming and Montana. I also share my home and my heart with a woman who has Down Syndrome who has lived with me and my family since 2008. I am a transplant to Colorado from Cape Cod, MA and I am still deeply connected to my New England routes and visit there often where I now spend long chunks of time in Mid Coast Maine. In my limited free time I enjoy my own hot practice, traveling, a good martini, being outside, a cool murder mystery documentary and spending time with my husband Matt, son Kellan, our Frenchie Webster and black lab, Sula.