About Lindsey Thames
Lindsey Thames is a native of Atlanta and a graduate of Auburn University. She also completed graduate study in early childhood education, receiving a Master's Degree from Mercer in Atlanta. She is a mom of three brave kiddos, one sweet pup, and one cute bunny.
Lindsey is grateful to belong to the Shallowford community, and she’s a lifelong member of Shallowford Church. She’s passionate about the healing effects of mindfulness, self-reflection, and contemplative practice, and she’s excited to be part of the new Shallowford Center for Mindful Living.
For more about Lindsey’s journey and the foundation she and Mike created, go to sharelovethatsall.com
Lindsey Thames, M.Ed., discovered the healing effects of meditation and mindfulness after losing her husband, Mike, to a cancer diagnosis when he was only 36 years old. Over the past ten years, Lindsey has participated in numerous mindfulness courses at Shallowford, as well as being inspired by retreats and regular contemplative practice circles facilitated by Kay and Robby through Shallowford Family Counseling Center (renamed Shallowford Center for Mindful Living in 2023).
Lindsey and Mike’s cancer journey deepened her knowing that through mindfulness and healing circles, we are connected to each other on a deeper level, and true healing takes place. Lindsey also finds writing to be an incredible tool for healing from trauma. This inspired her to start a blog, Fight Like Mike, to share her reflections on the hard and hopeful parts of life. Lindsey continues to explore contemplative writing and reflection as a pathway to peace.
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