Mollie is a 500-hour Registered Yoga Teacher with an excitement for life and learning. She completed her first 200-hour Yoga Alliance certification in 2009, and received her second through the YogaWorks program in Los Angeles. She is the Studio Manager of Bala Vinyasa Yoga Miami and 500-hour graduate of the Bala Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training Program. She also completed Level One and Level 2 Teacher Training with Baron Baptiste and is a Certified Baptiste Teacher! Mollie continues to grow and learn in yoga as a teacher and a student.
Mollie discovered yoga in college, but it was not until many years later that she found Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga and experienced the transformative possibilities of the practice. Though she has studied and practiced many styles of yoga, Mollie is continually drawn back to the Baptiste community as it has inspired her to live her life with power and freedom. She is excited to challenge you to tap into your own power, and to find the fullest expression of your authentic self, on and off the mat. With her expansive knowledge of the body and yoga, Mollie teaches a playful, fun, and challenging class. “The cave you fear to enter, holds the treasure that you seek.” – Joseph Campbell
Mollie graduated from the University of Georgia in 2004 with a degree in Cultural Anthropology and worked for the University leading study abroad trips to New Zealand, Australia, and Fiji. She led teenage adventure travel trips to Costa Rica and has a passion for travel, yoga, service, and the environment. Mollie and her husband moved to Uganda in 2009 to work with refugees on income generating projects and education. Together they founded a non-profit organization, Global Ties. They continue to work to support and facilitate the growth, education, and equality of refugee communities in Uganda. She assisted Africa Yoga Project’s first 200 hour Teacher Training Program in Kenya and is a mentor for AYP. She is passionate about Africa Yoga Project and continues to collaborate and actively support and participate in the organization. “The highest form of practice is to live from love in every moment, to offer it to everyone always, and to let it move through you like the breath.”