While studying Dance and Kinesiology at James Madison University in 2000, Molly was introduced to yoga. During recovery from knee surgery she found yoga helped her heal and rehabilitate. Soon transitioning to the role of teacher, Molly found it was a natural way to share her experience, knowledge of anatomy and love for movement. Once she started teaching and saw the joy yoga brings to people's lives, she knew it was her path. Since 2003 she has directed and taught numerous yoga teacher trainings in NYC and led yoga retreats all over the world. She co-founded House of Jai Yoga in NYC, directed its yoga program and led its teacher training. Molly has been featured in OMYoga magazine and has been their cover model twice.
Molly's teaching style is influenced by her Iyengar training and her 600hr vinyasa training(levels 1-4) with the beloved yoga master Sri Dharma Mittra. Although Molly loves to challenge her students, her approach is sensitive, non- competitive and supportive. She has spent many years working as a Kinetic therapist for the elderly which has shown her the incredible capacity for healing the body, mind and spirit. Molly teaches privately in NY and CT and offers clients her expertise as a nutrition based Holistic Health Counselor from her studies at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. In addition to yoga she teaches and integrates her training in Pilates, core conditioning, dance and Gyrotonics.