What relevance does eurythmy have in education, do we need it? The simple answer is yes! Eurythmy is both relevant and increasingly important, even essential in education. As a subject it was integrated into the curriculum of the first Waldorf School from day one. Eurythmy has its own curriculum built on an understanding of the child in their development. From year to year it evolves and adapts to the child’s progressing changes. It is an antidote to digital learning, as it brings the child into constructive movement, strengthens social and spatial relationships and works with what is truly human through speech eurythmy. This workshop aims to open the door to eurythmy and its role in education.
Koha gratefully received. No need to register in advance; just show up at the door on the day. All welcome.
Biography: Sue is presently one of the tutors in Pacifica College of Eurythmy, Brisbane, Australia, a new eurythmy training that opened in February 2019. She has over thirty years of experience in educational, social and artistic eurythmy. Her teaching experience in schools, extends from kindergarten to class 12.