Lindsay Fauntleroy

Lindsay Fauntleroy is an acupuncturist, holistic counselor, educator, and thought leader in the field of mind-body medicine. Her interdisciplinary approach is centered around each person’s journey as a soul alchemist. Lindsay’s tools for moving Qi include needles and moxa, flower essences,  essential oils, yoga, family constellation work, music, myths, and sacred plant medicine. Lindsay guides patients on their journey to physical and emotional wellness, meaningful transformation, and personal evolution as they manifest their goals.

Lindsay was drawn to the healing arts after her own journey to fertility introduced her to the interconnectedness of body, mind, and spirit.  Her approach comes from her direct experience working with and learning from flower essences, along with her clinical study and professional practice. Lindsay has been immersed the healing arts- including meditation, yoga, astrology, divination, and Qi Gong- for over 15 years.   Her extensive training includes a Master of Arts from New York University, A Master of Science from Tri-State College of Acupuncture, and clinical training in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Kiiko Matsumoto style Japanese acupuncture, and myofascial Trigger Point release. She is also a certified flower essence practitioner and yoga instructor, weaving mind, body and spirit together to facilitate lasting change in her patients’ lives.  

Lindsay firmly believes that the power to heal should rest in the hands and hearts of all communities.    Lindsay is the first and only practitioner in the United States authorized by the Flower Essence Society to offer their practitioner certification training in the United States.  She is also faculty of the Alchemical Healing mentorship program, where she supports practitioners alongside mentor and friend Lorie Dechar (author of Five Spirits: Alchemical Acupuncture for  Psycho-Spiritual Healing).

Lindsay’s work has been featured in the  International Journal of Flower Essences, NY Yoga+Life Magazine, ESSENCE, WBAI Radio, and The Doyennes Den. She is the recipient of the prestigious American Association of University Women (AAUW) grant for her work in women's holistic health.