Six Fridays from March 4 to April 8. Participants can sign up for the whole program or for individual elements — but advance registration is very helpful to us.
Join us for an opportunity to engage with the elements that come out of the origins of eurythmy, guided by Dorothea Mier’s rich experience and love of eurythmic exploration.
Join us on the Threefold campus in Chestnut Ridge, NY, for the first year in a new four-year cycle and the beginning of a new 5-year course in Anthroposophic Pharmacy. Open to all licensed prescribers (MD, DO, ND, NP, PA, DDS, and PharmD), as well as students of those disciplines still in training.
This workshop will explore making a five-inch agave broom and a twelve-inch corn broom using an ancient technique. These beautiful brooms can be used as a table sweeper, medicine lymph brush, altarpiece, or beautiful art for the wall.
This virtual Collaborative Leadership workshop is designed to help you develop personal and organizational resiliency through small and large group presentation, sharing, digestion, reflection, and discussion of next steps.
The Steiner School of Speech Arts is offering three one-week intensive blocks as an introduction to the artistic forming of speech through Rudolf Steiner’s exercises in articulation and breathing: January 2-8, February 20-26, and April 8-14, 2022. Any block may be taken separately, and all blocks are appropriate for any level of experience.
This workshop is for anyone who wants to start a vegetable garden, incorporating basic skills for new gardeners.
With Judith Symonds. In this three-session course for beginners, we will use 12 x 16” lap looms to learn the what, why, and how of warp and weft. Students will complete several small projects, and acquire the skills needed to continue exploring tapestry weaving on their own.