Molly found yoga in 2009 in Bali. Not gym yoga but the kind of yoga that seeps deep into your bones. It was a complete awakening, like seeing the world properly for the first time. She got a tattoo of Ganesh on her neck and things have never been the same.
Molly’s first yoga training was an intensive Jivamukti Yoga teacher training in Dorset which she followed with what she felt was a much needed year apprenticeship to establish the art of teaching. Jivamukti was very popular then so she was lucky to get work at yoga studios in London straight away and began slowly to teach on retreats around the world.
A few years later she did an 18 month yoga therapy diploma to learn more about working with people with injuries and illness. This changed her attitude towards yoga and she began to slow down her practice and respect the often much needed body’s innate healing capacities.
Since then Molly has taught and studied around the world taking courses in yoga nidra, thai yoga massage, EFT, yin yoga, and most currently an MA in Psychotherapy and Counselling at Regents University. Molly believes that yoga is much more than just movement. It is a science and a way of life that can keep you happy and healthy at all levels.