Lindsay Midura, RDN, LD, RYT
Our relationship with food is the most consistent and intimate connection we have in our lifetime. Like many important relationships, how we connect and interact with food can become confusing, overwhelming and complicated. Do you find yourself lost among mixed messages of how to care for your health? Are you struggling with your health and want to find a sustainable way to use food as a healing tool? Maybe you’ve noticed an increased fixation on food or your body that is draining and distracting from what’s important to you. Or you feel so out of control around food that you’re desperate for help.
Peace with food and your body is possible for you.
You deserve support on your path to food freedom. I specialize in helping people overcome food and body challenges with a nourishing and sustainable approach that offers hope and healing in a culture which leaves many burnt out and confused among mixes messages of how to care for their health. It is through my personal experience navigating illness within the medical industrial complex that my passion for personalized nutrition solutions emerged. You have a one of a kind story that deserves to be met with compassion. It is my goal to work alongside you as partners-in-health, with my expertise in nutrition and your expertise in your lived experience, we can journey together towards food freedom and harmony in mind, body and spirit.
I have a Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and Clinical Dietetics from the University of Minnesota. Post-graduation, I completed a 1200-hour Dietetic Internship through University of Minnesota, specializing in eating disorder treatment and recovery. I am also a registered yoga teacher and level one reiki practitioner, having completed over 500 hours of advanced study with an eclectic mix of more than 25 teachers both locally and internationally recognized. I merged my passion for nutrition and yoga by studying Ayurveda, Tibetan Medicine and Yoga in Dharamshala, India, through the University of Minnesota’s extensions program. My experience allows me to be uniquely qualified to integrate nutrition therapy for healing the body while simultaneously supporting those struggling with their relationship to food, exercise, and/or body. I take a trauma sensitive approach, weaving Intuitive Eating and mindfulness into our sessions when appropriate. At Mind Body Co-op, I also offer group sessions which explore these areas deeper in a supportive community.
Pronouns — She/Her/Hers