Lindsay Mall, 34, of Farmington Hills, is an early childhood expert, co-founding owner of The Bubble Club and founder of the Facebook community group “Jewish Moms of Metro Detroit.” Specializing in developmentally appropriate activities for children from ages birth to preschool, Lindsay teaches Mommy & Me classes weekly at her Farmington Hills studio. She also teaches Judaic music classes at Adat Shalom Synagogue, the Thrilling Thursdays playgroup at Congregation Shaarey Zedek, and Strollers and Stories at Hillel Day School. Lindsay uses movement, music, sensory components, art, sign language, and fine and gross motor skills in each of her classes — creating an environment rich in developmental milestones, giggles and fun. Lindsay is also the early childhood expert for Super Saturday birthing classes at Henry Ford Hospital in West Bloomfield and a regular on WXYZ – Channel 7’s “Mommy & Me” segments. She is regularly featured on everything from how to travel with children to demonstrations for children’s holiday projects.
Prior to moving back to Michigan, she was a pre-kindergarten teacher at Aleph Bet Preschool through the Chabad of Phoenix, Ariz. The desire to contribute to the revitalization of Metro Detroit as a mompreneur is one of her greatest accomplishments, thus far. She believes it truly takes a village to raise a child and one key factor of this is to provide a community — in a safe environment — for our littlest children to make first friendships. Serving on several committees for The Well, J-Family, and Hillel Day School, Lindsay’s societal focus is to create a positive, interactive and educational community geared specifically for parents and their children within the Jewish community. Lindsay’s husband, Zak, and beautiful daughters, Lillee and Emma, are her ultimate inspiration and motivation.