Enter the Subtle with Lindsay Sullivan

By Jim Catapano for Yoga Sleuth, August 2010
“On a perfect late spring morning Yoga Sleuth was feeling lucky and charmed, and not just by his breakfast cereal. He was lucky to find himself in lovely Fort Greene, Brooklyn; luckier to get to do a class at Lucky Lotus; and luckiest to have a chance to practice with alignment ace Lindsay Sullivan.”  More


Five Star Yelp Review

By Taha E. for Yelp, December 5, 2012


“I never understood everyone’s obsession with yoga until I went to East Yoga. It’s all about who your teacher is. Lindsay Sullivan [is] amazing and I would move to any studio as long as [she was] teaching the class. Lindsay [is] gifted. [She describes] the poses very clearly and work at a speed to make sure you are getting the poses right and not just rushing through them incorrectly.”  More… 


Five Star Rate Your Burn Review




Lindsay = Knowledge + Philosophy

“Lindsay’s classes always make me think about the postures as well as the purpose for my practice. She has a special gift for using the mat as a metaphor for the trials and tribulations of life. I highly recommend her class for newer and more seasoned yoga practitioners.” More…


Urban Meditator Q&A With Lindsay Sullivan

By Mala Yoga Studio, January 12, 2012


Lindsay taught a wildly successful workshop on Urban Meditation. Maybe “learning how to meditate” was a popular New Year’s resolution this year, but it’s clear more and more people are looking for stillness in a decidedly un-still city. For those who weren’t able to make it to her workshop, we asked Lindsay a few questions why it’s different to meditate in an urban environment and why everyone should really try meditation. More…