Mollie Cox is a Marine Conservation Campaigner, a Yoga Practitioner and an Ashtanga, Iyengar, Hatha and Meditation Teacher based on the Gold Coast, Australia.
Mollie has been practicing Yoga since the age of 15, however intensified her learning in the Ashtanga method from the age of 21. She has travelled to India to learn about the ancient practice of Ashtanga Yoga with her teacher Yogacharya Lalit Kumar. The lineage of her teachings includes Sri K Pattabhi Jois, Sharath Jois, BKS Iyengar, Swami Veda and Swami Rama.
After studying Ashtanga Yoga in India, and learning the philosophy of the Patanjali method from her teachers, Mollie ensures that each class she teaches she imparts some of this ancient knowledge she has been blessed to have learnt, and shares her experiences of how to apply it to a modern world. She believes that by learning to apply the ancient physical and philosophical practice of Ashtanga Yoga to our day to day lives - the world will become a brighter, healthier, balanced, and a more sustainable place for ourselves, our families, our planet and for future generations.
Mollie teaches a traditional, philosophical, light hearted class that is accessible to all levels of practitioner. Her aim is to hold space for each individual and meet them wherever they are at in their own practice. She has extensive experience in the mind-body connection, and the purification process that Yoga starts, therefore has the ability to hold space for her students through the myriad of emotions Yoga exposes us to in a kind, gentle and loving way.
She regularly holds events and workshops revolving around Marine Conservation and the practice of Yoga Asana and Philosophy, as well as teaches regular weekly classes around the Gold Coast.
Mollies vision is to use Yoga as a vehicle to empower individuals to reconnect to themselves, so that they can connect to others and cultivate a community that is actively taking steps to unite and create a world where the human race can live in harmony with one another, other living beings, and our earth.