Lindsey Woolstencroft


Lindsey Woolstencroft
Director

Lindsey graduated from the University of Salford with a BSc in Sports Rehabilitation and a PG in Strength and Conditioning. During her degree she gained experience in the USA working with Physical Therapists and Orthopaedic Consultants at the Minnesota Dance Medicine Foundation, along with working as an Athletic Trainer with Division II Collegiate Sports Teams. Lindsey has experience in private clinical practice and working with Northern Ballet Theatre, Macclesfield Rugby Club, Fylde Ice Hockey, Dancers and Olympic GB Swimmers. Lindsey also worked with the Defence Medical Services looking after injured military personnel for two years, as well as work with the Australian Physio and Pilates Institute in Wimbledon. Lindsey has been a full member and an Officer on the Executive Committee for the British Association of Sports Rehabilitators and Trainers (BASRaT). BASRaT hold an accredited voluntary register through the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) for health and social care, set up by the Department of Health and administered by an independent body, accountable to Parliament. Sports Rehabilitation is formally recognised as a health care occupation. Lindsey is a highly experienced Pilates teacher having practiced for over 15 years in Balanced Body, Classical and APPI styles. Lindsey completed both her Matwork and Equipment training to Level 4 with APPI. Lindsey’s sporting history involves being a former Team GB member, National and International Medalist in Ice Dance. Lindsey has had the privilege to work alongside Olympic Champions performing in many shows across the globe including ‘Dancing on ice’ in Holland and Belgium. Through her experience as a figure skater Lindsey has always had a huge interest in the body and health, fitness and movement. Lindsey’s specialist areas are in antenatal and postnatal care and musculoskeletal rehabilitation.