About Nourish

Photo Courtesy of Mary Kantner

Photo Courtesy of Mary Kantner

Molly is a Certified Holistic Health Practitioner and founder of Nourish, a Health Coaching + Lifestyle practice that moves around with her.  She is currently living in the city of Missoula with her fiance, Tom, and two dogs, Townes and Tikka, located in the Rocky Mountains of Montana.  Molly is an ambassador for the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, where she received in-depth training in nutrition, health and wellness, coaching skills, and business development.  She is an alumna of Goddard College in Vermont where she received a Bachelor of Health Arts and Sciences with a strong focus in Integrative health care, community healing, stress, and trauma. Molly is also a certified Yoga Instructor who weaves her work on the yoga mat seamlessly into the work with her clients and community, delivering a higher understanding of what it means to incorporate a sense of both spiritual and physical practices into their day-to-day lives.  Molly designs her work around the emphasis of community and living close to nature.  She leads group work as well as works with individuals one-on-one in her 6 Month Program to support them in becoming their fullest and brightest expression. 

The Vision

To implement a sustainable state of health and wellbeing for each client through both their lifestyle and diet. 

The Mission

To guide clients and companies alike, in rediscovering their ultimate potential. Through accountability, and a cooperative relationship between client and practitioner, I'm able to transform the lives of my clients, helping them overcome their biggest challenges in life, and to be successful, healthy individuals.


β€œOn this episode of Eat the Damn Bread, I chat with Molly Murphy Moran of Nourish. Molly is a community builder, yoga instructor, holistic health coach and stress researcher, and has spent the last 6 years completely enveloping herself in her studies of holistic health, diving deep into the discussion of healing the Self from (chronic stress and trauma) by yourself in the company of others.”