Check out Lindsey Forsyth’s barre story, featured in our July 2015 newsletter:
“For the last 15 years, I have been nursing a bad back. I’m 31- that’s almost HALF of my life. I suffered a stress fracture to my L4 vertebra playing soccer, and since then my back has seemed to be a downward spiral of dysfunction. After seeking help from a series of doctors throughout my high school and college years, I came to accept that back issues would likely be a part of my life forever. By January, 2014 the ongoing nuisances had become pretty severe pains that began to affect my quality of life and my ability to be an active mother to my three young children. Every afternoon, like clockwork, I got a persistent tension headache that wouldn’t let up until I slept at night. I almost always went to bed with aching legs and the mobility in my neck was worsening weekly. Sometimes I couldn’t stand up straight for a week.