with Jan Ranck, Founding Director of the Jerusalem Eurythmy Ensemble and the Jerusalem Academy of Eurythmy
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In Rudolf Steiner's lectures Eurythmy as Visible Music he repeatedly indicated that elements of this new art of movement could be effective as therapy. Inspired by the examples he provided, eurythmist Lea van der Pals and medical doctor Margarete Kirchner-Bockholt worked together in the late 1950s to develop a sequence of exercises in connection with the diseases discussed by Rudolf Steiner and Ita Wegman in their book Extending Practical Medicine, or Fundamentals of Therapy.
While this professional course is for eurythmy therapists and medical doctors, the insights it provides into the human being and the deeply transformative effect it has on the participant can benefit and enrich the life and work of artists, teachers, music, art and physical therapists, as well as the student or lay enthusiast.
The exercises consist of tone eurythmy in its purest form and their effectiveness has been proven in practice.
The 56 course hours qualify as AnthroMed Professional Development Hours (PDHs).
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