• Posts Tagged ‘anthroposophy’

    The First Illustrated Guide to Eurythmy

    by  • 18 April 2017 • Holistic Health • 1 Comment

    At Floris Books we are delighted to be publishing An Illustrated Guide to Everyday Eurythmy this month! In today’s blog post we’re answering your top questions on the subject of eurythmy and offering you a sneak preview of this richly illustrated step-by-step guide.   What is Eurythmy? Eurythmy is an active therapy that draws...

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    What is Eurythmy?

    by  • 14 April 2015 • Steiner-Waldorf Education • 0 Comments

    Floris Books have published several books on Eurythmy, but if you’re not as familiar with the term as we are you might be asking yourself the question: ‘what is eurythmy?’ Eurythmy is a form of art movement initiated by Rudolph Steiner. It’s almost like a dance, and the aim is to make speech and...

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    What is Conscious Parenting? Find out with Happy Child, Happy Home

    by  • 14 March 2014 • Child Health and Parenting • 0 Comments

    If you’ve visited the Floris Twitter page recently, you might have seen that we’ve been talking about Conscious Parenting, an idea from our new parenting book Happy Child, Happy Home by Lou Harvey-Zahra. Lou has over 20 years’ experience in different kindergarten, primary, special needs and Steiner-Waldorf school settings, and Conscious Parenting is an...

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    Sore throats and snuffly noses: get ready for winter with A Guide to Child Health

    by  • 7 November 2013 • Child Health and Parenting • 0 Comments

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    A Guide to Child Health, now available in a fourth revised edition, is the go-to guide for parents looking for a more holistic approach to raising healthy children. Based on Dr Michaela Glockler’s and Dr Wolfgang Goebel’s twenty years experience treating children, it’s packed full with helpful holistic tips and up-to-date medical advice. So...

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    Rudolf Steiner Enters My Life – Foreword by Tom Ravetz

    by  • 8 January 2013 • Religion, The Christian Community • 0 Comments

    This classic and influential book by Friedrich Rittelmeyer examines the key concepts of anthroposophy and tells the compelling story of Rittelmeyer’s encounter with Rudolf Steiner, his critical appraisal of Steiner’s ideas, and his gradual conviction. In the foreword, Tom Ravetz, introduces Friedrich Rittelmeyer and the book. Foreword There are encounters between human beings which have...

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