She created, published and trademarked a unique therapy method, Integrated Movement Therapy®, built on these same principles of acceptance and inclusion. She has written and taught extensively on the topics of Yoga as Therapy and Yoga as a means to individual and social change, and has taught hundreds of students in her specialized yoga teacher training. She has been featured in Yoga Journal, Yoga Chicago, Wisdom Magazine, and The New York Times, among many others. She is the Vice President of the International Association of Yoga Therapists, and is chair of the international committee on educational standards for the field of yoga therapy.
In her other life, Molly has been the bass player and front person for several local bands over almost twenty years, and is a part of a large, raucous, multi-ethnic and culturally and socially diverse family of origin. She spends about a quarter of each year at her home in a small fishing village in Mexico, thinking about things like cultural relativism, paternalism, social change, and delicious food.
Molly is widely known as a vibrant, funny, accessible teacher, with a heart of gold and a spirit of fire.