Lindsay Craig was introduced to dance at the age of 3 in Lakeland, FL, where she was born and raised. She studied ballet, tap, and jazz at various dance studios in Polk County until she began high school.
From there, she joined her high school dance squad and was invited twice to attend the UDA (Universal Dance Association) National Dance Competition. Her squad was also invited to perform with the NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders and NBA Orlando Magic Dancers during in-game performances. After graduation, she coached her high school dance squad during summer camp and became UDA certified in conditioning and stretching. Lindsay went on to attend the University of South Florida, where she studied Mass Communications for Broadcasting. There she had the opportunity to create and direct the USF Ice Bulls Dancers.
She is also well-rounded in the professional dance community, where she has been a crowd pleaser for the AIFL Lakeland Thunderbolts Dancers, XFC Diamond Dolls, UFL Florida Tuskers, NHL Tampa Bay Lightning Girls, and MLB Tampa Bay Rays Ray Team. She has been asked to choreograph routines for many organizations such as the UFL Florida Tuskers and Tampa Bay Rays. She has currently been a WEBBY Dance instructor in Tampa Bay area schools since 2007 and is also employed in the media marketing department for the Tampa Bay Rays.