Brian is a renowned exponent of a classical oral tradition of esoteric mediumship, offering an understanding of its ancient foundation to a new generation of spiritual seekers. As an internationally known medium, author, advisor, and teacher, he shares his extensive knowledge in classrooms, documentary film, radio and television. He co-authored, Magician to Mystic: A Mediumistic Path to a Spiritual Life.
He has devoted his distinguished career to re-establishing the sacred vitality within esoteric mediumship and its associated arts, and to the development of ethical practitioners who understand that, without spiritual awareness, we leave but a poor legacy to the world.
Simon’s depth of knowledge of esoteric traditions underlies the richness of his teaching in the classroom, on international podiums and in the media. He has an extensive understanding of mythology, the tarot, the archetypes and ancient religion which inform his work with mediums, health professionals, artists and educators worldwide. Simon is one of today’s finest classical mediums and a living link to the British tradition of the early 20th century, having been one of only five mediums chosen to be personally trained by the renowned Gordon Higginson.
His humour and depth of compassion uplift all who come within his compass as he shares his innate wisdom as teacher, author, inspirational speaker and spiritual medium. Simon co-authored, Magician to Mystic: A Mediumistic Path to a Spiritual Life.
Christine Morgan is one of Australia’s foremost spiritual mediums and teachers of the spiritual arts. She has worked extensively in the fields of mediumship and the intuitive arts throughout Australia as well as internationally, including the USA, Canada, Europe and England. Christine is also a Certificate holder of the Spiritualist National Union and is a tutor and course organizer at the Arthur Findlay College in the UK.
Debra is a healing medium and teacher with the Inner Quest where she teaches “Sacred Theatre: Dance of the Medium”, “Voice of the Medium”, and other aspects of training. She holds a BFA in Theatre from the University of Alberta and studied corporal mime with Etienne Decroux in Paris. She subsequently enjoyed a thirty-year career as an actress, choreographer and teacher. Debra is also the author of Echoes: Teachings from the Past, Wisdom for the Present.
Sarada Pranav Jagannath
Sarada is a yoga master and Certified Ayurvedic Wellness practitioner. She was raised in the Ayurvedic tradition and studied extensively at the Sivananda Yoga and Vedanta Ashram, and at Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana in India. She integrates ancient life sciences into her teaching of yoga. She believes that yoga is for every body, and encourages the practice as a way of life, both on and off the mat. Sarada teaches classical Hatha yoga, Breathwork, and offers Ayurvedic consultations.
Private Professional Consultations
We welcome the opportunity to speak privately with our associates and students in order to guide you in your personal journey, whether that be as a healer, medium, teacher, or as a practitioner using your everyday mediumship within your chosen field.
You are invited to speak with us via Zoom about ways in which you can:
- Go beyond the accepted finite techniques of your practice.
- Refresh your approach.
- Delve more deeply into the wisdom behind your practice.
- Rekindle your reserves with suggestions for self-care.
- Increase confidence in your teaching ability.
- Explore new tools with which to carry on your sacred work.
Book our teachers
We consider serious requests for teaching engagements worldwide and can organize a course for your group on Vancouver Island. Call 250-383-1012 or email email@example.com
“You create a sense of family and professionalism at the same time. There is a personal touch to the teachings. This is an environment where I have consistently felt I can trust to go beyond my comfort zone and grow.”
“My work with the Inner Quest has restored my faith that honest, genuine, authentic spiritual teachers exist who teach the substance, not shallow trappings.”