A Course for Eurythmy Professionals with Leonore Russell
Every teacher knows there are developmental steps in childhood and adolescence. In Waldorf schools, this is taken seriously and there is ongoing work to match the methods of teaching to the child’s development.
This usually continues until the student leaves the school. And then what? There is another step: working with adults, our peers, trainings for jobs, learning in higher education, and collaborating on projects, which all have their own challenges. First developed by Annemarie Ehrlich of the Hague, this approach to “social” eurythmy has many methods for teaching adults that help deepen capacities for working together. This short course will introduce several exercises and explore them with the group.
The course is open to eurythmists, teachers, administrators, and consultants.
Information, and to register: Please visit this page.