Administrator Profiles

Developing the Self Developing the World has grown out of the work of a number of people who have been involved with Inner Work Path which offers courses lectures and publications in the light of anthroposophy and the work of Rudolf Steiner; bringing the practical use of meditation and contemplation exercises to advance, strengthen and enliven the individual’s development. The following people contribute to management and administration of the organisation as well as delivering courses. There are many more people who contribute to the course and the Y Project.


is a complementary health practitioner working out of anthroposophy. She is a registered homeopath and completed the Prescriber‘s Training in Anthroposophic Medicine in 2005. In her clinical practice Fiona works with adults, young people, children, family groups and teachers from a number of schools ... read more



Gemma works as a provisional psychologist in a community service organisation in Adelaide, providing counselling and case management to young people and their families when there has been sexual assault or family relationship breakdown. She also works as an anthroposophic art therapist in private practice... read more.


is a primary school teacher, specialising in Steiner (aka Waldorf) Education and is a parent and teacher educator in child development. He holds a Bachelor of Education and completed his Steiner teacher training at Parsifal College in Sydney ... read more

KATHERINA KISS is a health practitioner and adult educator in the Byron shire who has been deeply committed to Inner Work Path since 2006. She strives to bring her dedication to the inner work into her current role of language teaching and mentoring to young adults and also as the IWP course administrator.


is an author of inner development books, a complementary health practitioner and an adult educator who has been delivering healthcare and education enriched with anthroposophy for 20 years. From 2006 the primary focus of her work has been on teaching inner development and anthroposophical meditation. ... read more



has been a complementary health practitioner since 1993 and took up studies in anthroposophical health and healing in 2004. She practices in Steiner / Waldorf communities in Adelaide and Darwin ... read more


is a social worker with a focus on families and child development as seen through anthroposophy. Her affinity is with the elemental rhythms of nature and the community life that grows out of and within the environment. ... read more.


is a therapeutic eurythmist. She has worked with adults, and primary and high school students since 1994 and therapeutically since 2000. She currently works at Shearwater Rudolf Steiner school and from her studio in Suffolk Park NSW ... read more.


has worked with parents and families in a variety of capacities for over fifteen years, including as an early childhood and parent-child educator at the New Amsterdam Waldorf School in New York City where she was also a Board Member and Administrative Coordinator ... read more


is as an adult educator offering practical applications of child development to understand babies and children in daily life with the insight of anthroposophy. She works collegially with Waldorf school staff ... read more


is a counsellor who has worked in mental health for over 30 years as a therapist, writer, and adult educator. Presently, she is in private practice working with individuals and couples in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales. Since 2014 ... read more


is a complementary health practitioner working out of anthroposophy. She sees both children and adult clients in upstate New York and in other communities in the northeast. She attends the International Postgraduate Medical Training sessions ... read more


Séamus Maynard completed his degree in acting at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. While there, he studied speech, classical acting and Shakespeare. ... read more