Teachers Who Inspire

Donna Farhi

Donna Farhi

Donna Farhi is a Yoga teacher who has been practicing for 30 years and teaching since 1982. She is one of the most sought after guest teachers in the world, leading intensives and teacher training programs internationally. Donna is best known for her unique ability to help students and teachers embody their spiritual practice. Her work focuses on the refinement of natural and universal movement principles that underlie all Yoga practice.

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Richard Miller

Richard Miller

Richard Miller, PhD is a clinical psychologist, author, researcher, yogic scholar and spiritual teacher. For over 40 years, Richard Miller has devoted his life and work to integrating the nondual wisdom teachings of Yoga, Tantra, Advaita, Taoism and Buddhism with Western psychology. Among his mentors were Jean Klein, T.K.V. Desikachar and Stephen Chang.

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Judith Lasater

Judith Lasater

Judith graduated from the University of California, San Francisco, in Physical Therapy and went on to receive a Ph.D in East-West Psychology, to help found the California Yoga Teachers’ Association, the Yoga Journal magazine and the Iyengar Yoga Institute of San Francisco, the first one in the US. She is also the author of 6 books and hundreds of articles on yoga.

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Ron Farmer

Ron Farmer

Presenting a series of self-help recordings by innovative psychotherapists Dr Ron farmer and Sue Farmer.

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Narelle-Carter Quinlan

Narelle Carter-Quinlan BAppSc (Biomed, Hum Mov Stud) is a global leading exponent on yoga with scoliosis and embodied spinal anatomy. An anatomist by academic, experiential and yes, cadaveric training, her unique body of work integrates the practice of yoga with the embodiment of anatomy and embryology. Passionate about her subject and vibrantly engaging, Narelle has guest presented to sell out workshops and lectures at Yoga Union Centre for Backcare and Scoliosis in New York City.

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