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2023 AHA Biennial Conference

  • 19 Jul 2023
  • 5:30 PM (EDT)
  • 22 Jul 2023
  • 8:30 PM (EDT)
  • Kimberton, PA
  • 93


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • In our efforts to make the conference affordable as well as to seek collaborating partners for the event, we are offering a limited number of work-study positions for AHA members and a smaller number for non-members in financial need. No application is needed but rather we trust in the honor system that only those in need will choose this option.

    In order to fully register for this one needs to email for the Collaboration-Study registration code.

    ** The Collaboration component of this study requires that you will be able to come early to the pre-conference and/or conference to help with the check in as well as any tasks that would need to be accomplished in between the lecture and workshop time periods. The Collaboration-Study Team will be responsible for making all the logistics happen: clearing chairs, time keeping, assisting coordinators and keynote presenters, etc...

    If the reduced fee is still financially prohibitive for you, we encourage AHA members to contact your professional associations as they often have funds set aside to help members to attend the AHA conferences. If this is also not possible or if you are not a member, please send an email to us describing your situation.
  • Registration within this category is limited to Presenters.


The Mysteries of Healing: Realizing AnthropoSophia

“Love is the result of Wisdom that has been reborn in the I”

Guest Lecturers:
Ursula Flatters, MD, Marion Debus, MD, and James Dyson, M.D.

 July 19-22, 2023 Kimberton, PA

In the summer of 1923 in Penmaenmawr, Wales, Ita Wegman asked Rudolf Steiner if the mysteries could come into medicine again in our age. 

In the summer of 2023 in Kimberton, Pennsylvania, the AHA will hold a conference in recognition of all that came to benefit medicine from this question. 

  • We invite you to come to Kimberton to join us in celebrating this 100 Year anniversary!

    Last year’s postponement illustrates how far humanity is from realizing social threefolding. WE ARE CALLED! How can we further awaken to this and find a right response? If travel restrictions remain, further limiting freedom within the cultural realm, we will still come together for a human encounter in Kimberton albeit in a different form. We are not giving up! All registrations are "Invoice-only" until final details are confirmed in May. 

  • Let us stand with Micha-el in this Raphaelic work. Let us honor Ita Wegman’s and Rudolf Steiner's impulses in medicine and therapies by coming together this July. It promises to be a joyful and soul-nourishing celebration of this important centenary event --- and of our individual and collaborative endeavors!

Conference Details: Check-in and materials pick-up for the 2023 AHA Main Conference Registration will be from 5:30–6:30pm on Wednesday, July 19th in Rose Hall of Camphill Village Kimberton Hills, Phoenixville, PA. The first lecture of the main conference will follow shortly after this at 6:45pm. The Main Conference will conclude on Saturday, July 22nd at 8:30pm. (Please register for the Pre-Conference separately.)  Register for the Pre-Conference here: 

Register online or by mail: All registrations are "invoice-only" until mid-May. At that time online payment will be opened. If you prefer you can send your check for the complete amount to Attn: MAG, PO BOX 1004, Kimberton, PA 19442. After May 1st, please be sure your check arrives for payment within two weeks after registering.

Host campus: Camphill Village Kimberton Hills, 1601 Pughtown Road, Phoenixville, PA 19460

Weather Considerations: Please expect warm summer conditions throughout your stay, with temperatures in the high 80's during the day and mid 60's at night, and the possibility of rain.

Meals: Breakfasts, lunches and dinners from 7/20/23 to 7/22/23 are included in the meal plan. A la carte options are not available. All meals are vegetarian with vegan and lacto-ovo options. Lunch is the largest meal of the day and supper is a lighter meal. It will be a hot summer so salads and fruits will be available in abundance. Our Philadelphia-based caterer, Mia Ormes-Dalton, specializes in nutrient-rich, organic, plant-based cooking. She has a deliciously creative menu in store for us. International flavors and local foods will be featured. All eggs served are pasture raised, biodynamic produce is locally abundant, and on-site baked sourdough breads from Sweet Water Bakery will also be served. A made from scratch daily snack will be provided for all participants. Water, coffee and tea will be available to all. Please bring your own water bottle to keep this conference as low waste as possible. Plan ahead if you want to purchase the meals, as last minute add-ons cannot be guaranteed. There is also an organic grocer and several restaurants within a 5–10 minute drive of the conference for those who decide against purchasing the meal package. Please be aware that the meal times are only about one hour long, so it will be most time efficient to eat with the group on campus.

Cancellation Policy: Participants' cancellation requests must be received in writing (emailed and received, or postmarked) before June 15th, 2023 for a full refund, less a $100.00 administrative fee. Cancellation requests received in writing before July 1st will receive a 50% refund, less a $100 administrative fee. Cancellation requests after July 1st will not be eligible for a refund, but another person may be substituted for a $100.00 administrative fee. Telephone cancellations cannot be honored. Email cancellations will be promptly acknowledged by return email; until then, you cannot assume they have been received.

Financial Solidarity:
 Besides offering discounts for Early Registration, we are offering a limited number of need-based "Collaboration-Study" opportunities for those in need of a discounted conference fee which also allows you to be a part of the successful manifestation of the Mysteries of Healing conference. If neither the standard fee nor the need-based work study fee based on the honor system are affordable for you, to apply for scholarship consideration, members please write to your respective AHA organization describing your circumstances. 

For further information please write to

Preparatory Materials: reading list in progress

Hotel and Housing: There are many hotels and Air BNB stays nearby. We have limited local home stays. A list of local rooms will be made available the spring of 2023. To request this list, email:


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