• Posts Tagged ‘Goetheanum’

    Exploring “Eurythmy and Rudolf Steiner”

    by  • 14 July 2021 • Extract, Non Fiction • 0 Comments

    Eurythmy and Rudolf Steiner: Origins and Development 1912-39 by Tatiana Kisseleff is a first-hand account of the origins of the eurythmy movement. Kisseleff describes the spiritual foundations of eurythmy as they were explored in Steiner’s lectures and recounts the instruction she received from him.  This is both an eyewitness account of the origins of...

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    Step inside “Biodynamic Preparations Around the World”

    by  • 25 June 2021 • Biodynamics, Extract • 0 Comments

    Biodynamic agriculture first originated in central Europe but is now practised in farms, vineyards and gardens all over the world. At the heart of the biodynamic approach are the eight preparations – Horn manure, Horn silica, Yarrow, Chamomile, Nettle, Oak bark, Dandelion and Valerian – which are often produced by local biodynamic practitioners using...

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    Step inside Biodynamic Wine Growing: Understanding the Vine and Its Rhythms

    by  • 14 April 2021 • Biodynamics • 0 Comments

    Biodynamic Wine Growing: Understanding the Vine and Its Rhythms edited by Jean-Michel Florin, co-leader of the Biodynamic Section at the Goetheanum in Switzerland, offers both practical advice for wine growers and an intriguing exploration of Goethean theory in relation to vines. This beautifully illustrated and informative book includes practical articles on all aspects of...

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    Waldorf 100 World Early Childhood Conference, 15th to 19th April 2019

    by  • 22 May 2019 • Anthroposophy, Steiner-Waldorf Education • 0 Comments

    The Goetheanum (the world centre for the anthroposophical movement) Find out more about anthroposophy here. Our Community Marketing Manager, Elaine Reid, tells us about her trip to the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland for the International Association for Steiner Waldorf Early Childhood Education (IASWECE) Waldorf 100 World Early Childhood Conference (15 – 19 April 2019)....

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