A one-day introduction to eurythmy, especially for those considering entering a training or just seeking a one-day eurythmy immersion.
Participants in this workshop will experience how the elements of music and tone eurythmy can remind us of our wholeness as individuals and in relation to each other. No experience is necessary. This class is open to all.
Springtime flowers and birdsong call for lively, joyful movement . . . . Please join us for our last public course of the school year: a four week series in the merry month of May!
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.
How can eurythmy be a way to create community, communication, and collaboration? This series of four one-hour workshops is a celebration of the many "two’s" of our new year through exploring the possibilities of eurythmy in the spaces in-between, for two — or more.
In this five-week series of eurythmy workshops with Sea-Anna Vasilas, we will explore the interplay between the elements of nature and the sounds of language. Eurythmy, poetry, and nature observation will bring us into relationship with the formative forces of the consonants. Please join us! Photo by Jordan Dyniewski
Save the date for Summer Eurythmy Week, an immersion into a refreshing, healing, and life-serving inner and outer movement. All levels of experience are welcome.
In this second pedagogical course in the Winter 2020 series, Waldorf educator Donna Simmons and eurythmist Brigida Baldszun will give a comprehensive overview of child development as a foundation for Waldorf education.
Christiaan Boele returns to bring “The School of Uncovering the Voice” workshop to our eurythmy students. Open to the public!
In this workshop with Jane Swaine, participants will develop new capacities to "see" the growing child's spatial journey over time, and why this is so important.