Eurythmy – from Me to We

By Jürgen Frank, August 2016

Social behaviour cannot be taught intellectually but must be learnt through practice. Eurythmy is one of the subjects in the Waldorf school which trains this skill. But it also plays a prominent role in supporting emotional intelligence and, of course, movement skills, says the eurythmy teacher and higher education lecturer Jürgen Frank. [more]

Eurythmy – across subjects

By Martin Zabel, August 2016

Eurythmy can become a linguistic trip, make mathematics an experience and bring history to life. [more]

Waldorf worldwide

Benefitting from resistance

By Sven Saar, August 2016

Teachers and pre-school teachers from 51 countries met at the Goetheanum. [more]


Simon’s look

By Mathias Maurer, August 2016

Simon sits on his mother’s lap and is eagerly following what is happening on the stage at the monthly gathering; he watches a eurythmy piece performed by upper school pupils. This is followed by an English poem. At this point he asks quietly: “Mummy, when will the angels come back?” – “What angels?” – “The ones from before, the kings with the lovely clothes.” [more]