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#35 Embodying Meditation in Daily Life: A Conversation w/ Richard Miller



Would you like to have an inner resource that helps you to get through life with more equanimity and peace?  OK, so your thinking…who wouldn’t, right?  Well, in this episode you will discover how a regular Yoga Nidra meditation practice can become just that!  Richard Miller, a leader in the fields of nonduality, meditation, yoga therapy, and mental health, joins Teresa and Kim for a discussion on the beneficial effects of an embodied Yoga Nidra meditation practice on an individuals overall well-being. Richard Miller has a doctorate in clinical psychology, is an author, yogic scholar, spiritual teacher, researcher, speaker, and also leads workshops, trainings, and retreats around the world. Richard is the founding president of the Integrative Restoration Institute which is an educational non-profit that provides events, teacher trainings, and educational content based on the ancient teachings of Yoga Nidra but presented in a form made accessible for modern day living. iRest is designed to bring the healing benefits of yogic and meditative practices to a wide variety of people.


Richard Miller has a doctorate in clinical psychology, is an author, yogic scholar, spiritual teacher, researcher and speaker and also leads workshops, trainings, and retreats around the world.

Richard is a leader in the fields of nonduality, meditation, yoga therapy, and mental health.  For the past 48 years, Richard has dedicated his life to the prevention and alleviation of suffering and to helping people awaken to their essential nature of wholeness and well-being.  

Richard is the founding president of the Integrative Restoration Institute, cofounder of the International Association of Yoga Therapy, co-founding president of the Institute for Psychology and Spirituality. Author of iRest Meditation: Restorative Practices for Health, Resiliency, and Well-Being, Yoga Nidra: The Meditative Heart of Yoga, and The iRest Program for Healing PTSD.  

For more info about the Integrative Restoration Institute (iRest) and Richard Miller’s upcoming trainings, click here.