Throughout the 80s and 90s as a founder member of the Active Birth Movement, Lolly co-directed the Active Birth Teacher Training course with Janet Balaskas, in the capacity of Yoga Course Director. Together, they trained scores of Active Birth Teachers. She campaigned for the rights of women to move freely during the birth of their babies. These campaigns contributed to a global movement towards physiological birth, resulting in many changes in hospital policy and the establishment of midwifery led birth centres in many major hospitals in the UK.
As part of the team of midwives and obstetricians at St. John’s and St. Elizabeth Hospital in London she designed the yoga and childbirth education sessions. The hospital had extraordinary high results for physiological and waterbirth.
Lolly lectured to trainee midwives at Thames Valley University on physiological birth, and continues to conduct workshops for midwives, doctors, alternative therapists and yoga teachers worldwide.