The nonprofit she started alongside her husband, Sean, called Riding On Insulin, serves hundreds of kids with Type 1 diabetes every year around the world through action sports. Mollie's Yoga Studio company Yoga Hive Studios is known for making yoga and yoga teacher trainings inclusive and dynamic within the communities it serves. She started the company with the Whitefish Studio in 2015, and has expanded with two additional Montana Studios, a sister studio in Louisville Colorado. In the future, Mollie aims to bring the Yoga Hive brand of inclusivity and community to small towns around the world.
Mollie's yoga teaching style is vinyasa-based, focused on helping yogis of all abilities have an inspiring and fulfilling experience of both yoga and meditation. Mollie's classes have a distinctly playful, yet powerful energy — combining her certification to teach both Energy Medicine Yoga based on the work of Montana-native Lauren Walker and Donna Eden, and Sattva Yoga of the Himalayan Tantric tradition under Spiritual Master, Anand Mehrotra. Her power vinyasa roots come from her best friend, Brittany Hopkins of Container Collective Yoga in Lakewood Colorado (a Baptiste Yoga Affiliate Studio). Other influences come from her training in Art of Assisting through the Baptiste Institute, Unnata Aerial Yoga, Kids Yoga, as well as Yoga Anatomy training through Leslie Kaminoff and Amy Matthews.