UnMind is a platform centered around sharing Bhakti Yoga, Mindfulness, and Devotional practices.

Weaving together Vinyasa, Hatha, and Kundalini Yoga Mollie's class is a unique creative exploration of the Self through movement and breath. Recently her training has been focused in offering Yoga as a form of therapy to relieve stress, anxiety, and aid in addiction recovery.

Her classes explore the practice of Bhakti Yoga through themes of embodiment, mindfulness, and yogic philosophy, to deepen the sense of grounding inside ones Self. Her passion, on and off the mat, is a practice of coming home to your body, home to the breath, and allowing this to provide an anchor of deep connection with the present moment.

Her focus on ‘UnMinding‘ is a practice of Unwiring conditioned patterns of the mind, in order to empower each individual to move back to a place where thoughts, stories, and anxieties no longer solely define experience.

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My passion is to share what I learn, spark conversation, and spread the joy I have found within personal and group practice - for myself, and for others.

My classes, events, and teachings are places where vulnerability is welcome, and in which you will find an honest, raw expression of my practice, my struggles and my learning.

What has lead me to want to share my experience?

In short; a difficult journey through my own emotional landscape. As a child, I struggled through depression, eating disorders, intense anxiety and self-criticism. I was consistently uncomfortable in my body and mind; something that transcended adolescence into adulthood. Thankfully, discovering a spiritual practice was truly transformative. As I started to grow, I began to embrace each aspect of my journey; I decided to work with my challenges, not against them, and see my darkness as a necessary counterpart to my light. I was ready to accept the changing, imperfect flow of my internal state.

I was led to yoga, meditation, dance and reiki, discovering a holistic sense of what it means for me to be ‘healthy’ and ‘well’ that went far beyond eating 'clean' and exercising - it extended to a mental and spiritual health previously missing in my life.

These practices have been life changing, and I am ready to share the immense joy they bring me with others. 

The term UnMinding refers to my own journey moving to a place where my thoughts, stories, and anxieties no longer solely define my experience. This is a constant practice of unwiring my own conditioned brain patterns: it is hard work, and incredibly gratifying. Practices of embodiment have furthered this, allowing me to feel an acute sense of presence which exists beyond, and is not defined by either the body or mind. 

My passion and enquiry into positive psychology led me to train in Yoga Therapy for Addiction and Stress Management (from diverse forms of self-harm, to consumption abuse, to anxiety and fear.) The focus being on balancing out addictive habits through both understanding the roots of addiction as well as the path to recovery, thus alleviating effects on the mind and body.  

Nutrition sits within a diverse web of mindfulness and movement practices which intertwine to find a sense of embodiment and nourishment.  In my practice, and current training towards becoming a health coach, I work towards feeling secure and whole within my body, and mind, in order to further move to a place where I do not associate my sense of ‘Self’ with either.

I am seeking to share authentic experience and joy with all who come here to work on themselves, with others, and within the collective we are creating. If you are reading this, thank you for the work you do, for who you are, and for your desire to learn.