Lily lives and practices from the perspective that every individual has their own unique definition of what it is to be healthy. She is a big believer that yoga and physical movement are essential components for an individuals health and well being. She is passionate about aiding people in cultivating their individual health and works from an integrative, whole body, mind, spirit perspective.
Lily is a naturopathic doctor, massage therapist and ERYT 200, RYT 500. She received her yoga training through Santosha Yoga in 2010 in a 500 hour teacher training in Byron Bay, Australia with teacher Sunny Richards. Her training focused on yoga therapy techniques with a strong emphasis in structural alignment and safety for the individual practitioner. Lily's teaching is rich in combining the structural components of her naturopathic medical training with traditional yoga techniques. Her classes accommodate a range of experience and she caters to those in need of individualized modifications. In her classes you will find elements of her training in myofascial release, meditation, kinesio taping, craniosacral therapy, nutrition, and injury prevention and treatment. Lily currently teaches private and group classes and is a teacher for the 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Trainings with Santosha Yoga in Bali, Indonesia annually.
Off of the yoga mat, Lily practices naturopathic medicine at Emerald City Clinic in Ballard specializing in primary care, eating disorder treatment, and physical medicine. She received her medical training at Bastyr University, graduating in 2016.
Prior to living in Seattle, Lily grew up in a very small, rural community in the far northern mountains of California and studied dietetics at the University of California Berkeley. In her spare time she currently enjoys family time on Whidbey Island, hiking, camping, skiing, gardening, and playing frisbee with her German Shepherd in Cal Anderson.
To learn more about Lily, check out her website at lilystokely.com.
ND (Naturopathic Doctor)
LMP (Licensed Massage Practitioner)