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Leigh Blashki is one of the pioneers of Yoga therapy in Australia. He directs the Australian Institute of Yoga Therapy, is the (former) secretary of the Australian Association of Yoga Therapists, President of Yoga Australia, a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists’ Council of Advisors and Council of Schools Standards Committee and a peer reviewer for the International Journal of Yoga Therapy.

With influence from a number of traditions and teachers, including Sri Yogendra, Swami Gitananda, A.G. Mohan and Donna Farhi, Leigh has practiced Yoga for 40 years, taught for over 30 years, practiced Yoga therapy for over 20 years and had over 300 graduates from his Yoga teacher training and Yoga therapy training courses.

Educational Standards for Yoga Therapy by Leigh Blashki Leading Yoga therapist, Leigh Blashki outlines the educational standards required by yoga teachers to practice as yoga therapists. He compares the standards in Australia, UK and US.

Experimentation a good recipe for kriya by Brook McCarthy Brook McCarthy interviews Leigh Blashki about anguli mudra kriya, which is a yoga practice he has developed inspired by the pranayama, nadi shodana.

Leigh Blashki talks about becoming a Yoga Therapist Trina Bawden-Smith from Enlightened Events interviews internationally acclaimed Yoga therapist, Leigh Blashki, about the benefits of becoming a yoga therapist and what to expect if you undertake the Graduate Certificate in Yoga Therapy.

Yoga therapist or Yoga teacher by Leigh Blashki Internationally acclaimed yoga therapist, Leigh Blashki, explains the difference between a yoga teacher and a yoga therapist in the Australian context. He includes the standards Yoga therapists must meet and describes pathways to becoming a recognised yoga therapist