Teacher Trainings/ Yoga Retreats

Teacher Trainings

Molly offers four types of Yoga and Meditation Teacher Trainings

  1. Transforming Trauma with Yoga and Yoga Nidra
  2. iRest Yoga Nidra Guided Meditation
  3. Specialized Trauma Sensitive Yoga and Meditation Trainings & Workshops
  4. Warriors at Ease (for military and veteran communities) Teacher Training

These teacher trainings provide students the chance to learn from Molly in-person and connect with an incredible community of people who often become partners in projects and life-long friends.  The trauma-sensitive yoga and meditation techniques taught in these trainings are research-based and are used by individuals in communities around the world, including top-level organizations like the U.S. Department of Defense and the American Psychiatric Association. After every training, participants say they came for the professional training and ended up leaving personally transformed!

Transforming Trauma with Yoga and Yoga Nidra: An All Levels Certification Course

These trainings are 5-day intensive trainings, open to anyone looking to learn about and teach yoga and yoga nidra to transform trauma. This is a great training for yoga teachers, meditation teachers, Physical Therapists and other hands-on therapists. Click here to learn more.

Integrative Restoration (iRest) Yoga Nidra Teacher Training

These trainings are 5-day intensive trainings, open to anyone.  You don’t have to be a yoga teacher to teach iRest Yoga Nidra Guided Meditation!  This is the perfect training for teachers, psychologists, social workers, healthcare providers, and caretakers looking to add a mindfulness meditation practice to their offerings.  Click here to learn more.

Specialized Trauma-Sensitive Yoga & Meditation Trainings, Workshops, & Consulting:  

These specialized trainings are perfect for conferences, government institutions, and organizations looking to bring trauma-sensitive yoga and meditation tools to their community. Molly has facilitated specialized trainings in partnership with a wide variety of organizations, including for the City of New York homeless program, Comeback Yoga, Sedona Yoga Festival, as well as programs for healthcare providers, therapists, and yoga/ meditation teachers working in prisons, safe houses for human trafficking survivors, substance abuse treatment programs, schools, mental health hospitals, and much more. These trainings and workshops are a great way to bring evidence-based trauma-sensitive yoga and meditation tools to your population.

Warriors at Ease Training:

You can take our online Warriors at Ease:  Teaching Yoga and Meditation in Military Communities course anytime online!  Molly and the Warriors at Ease Team are featured throughout the training.  Click here to read more about this cutting-edge training for teachers looking to share yoga and meditation in military/ veteran communities.

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  • "Molly delivers her teachings in a manner that makes them easily accessible to all. Her innate curiosity, enthusiasm for life, and inherent loving and compassionate nature provide a supportive, safe, and nurturing environment, that enables participants to deeply rest and relax, while learning to intimately explore the nature of their own experience."

    Richard Miller, PhD, Founder of iRest Institute
  • "I have been inspired by her dedication to helping people find empowerment and healing through her multifaceted approach, which incorporates the tools of yoga, meditation, and holistic health."

    Todd Wolfenberg, CEO of Yoga International
  • "Molly is a wonderful teacher trainer. She helped everyone in our group feel included, welcomed and truly accepted." 

    Angie Cox, Yoga Teacher
  • "Molly teaches through deep connection. My iRest training with her was a profound experience due to the presence she brings to the retreat."

    Brian Hohman
  • “During the first few classes, I would always hold onto my cane. During the meditation today, something inside me said, ‘Put down the cane, it’s a crutch.’ I put the cane on the ground. When I closed my eyes again, I felt relaxed. Then as the meditation went on, I didn’ t feel my leg. I didn’t feel anything. I felt like I was out of my own body flying. And then something in my head said, let the thoughts go of the people on fire. And I did. I watched the memory go away. I could still see it, but it wasn’t inside me anymore. And now I’m awake and I still don’t feel my leg hurting.”

    Eugene, Enduring Freedom Veteran
  • “Instead of listening to someone else, you can actually listen to yourself [during meditation]. Instead of constantly eliminating errors in my thinking, I naturally am finding that there is already a better way of being inside myself.”

    Peter, Vietnam Veteran
  • “When I can’ t sleep at night, I remember the techniques we do in meditation.If that doesn’ t work, I use the Yoga Nidra CD.It is the only thing I’ve found that really works. When I wake up, I feel rested instead of constantly groggy.”

    Joey, Enduring Freedom Veteran
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