Richard Miller

Richard Miller, PhD, spiritual teacher, yogic scholar, and clinical psychologist, has devoted 46 years to integrating Western psychology and neuroscience with the Eastern nondual wisdom teachings of yoga, Taoism, Buddhism, and the Judeo-Christian traditions. Developer of the research-based Integrative Restoration iRest Meditation program, Richard is founding president of the Integrative Restoration Institute, cofounder of the International Association of Yoga Therapists, past founding president of the Institute for Spirituality and Psychology, and author of iRest Meditation, The iRest Program for Healing PTSD, and Yoga Nidra: The Meditative Heart of Yoga. Richard leads retreats and trainings internationally, emphasizing enlightened living in daily life.

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Upcoming Programs


  • Awakening from the Dream of Me

    When I am asked, "What does yoga mean?" I respond that it is the realization of the utter absence of separation.

  • Explorations in Stillness

    To what are we really devoted? Happiness? Security? Love? If we’re serious about living a contented life we need to answer the question "Where, by being established here, are we always happy, always secure, and always loving?"

  • Out of Your Mind and Into Your Heart

    The day will come when, after harnessing the wind, the waves and the tides, we shall harness for God the power of love. And on that day, for the second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire.

  • How to Make Meditation a Way of Life

    Meditation has countless real-life applications. The practice teaches you how to recognize and respond in a constructive way, rather than recoil or react impulsively.

  • Nondualism and Becoming One with the Universe

    With practice and patience, nondualism can reinforce the recognition of our true nature, our underlying essence.

  • iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation: A Living Practice of Connection and Belonging

    There is no denying that life holds pain and struggle, but iRest meditation teaches us to meet these experiences without trying to fix or change them.