This is the third of three free interdisciplinary webinars for patients, the public and anyone interested, co-sponsored by AHA and The Foundation for Health Creation.
For Your Health: Hints for a healthy diet and balanced digestion, Mar 11, 2020, featuring perspectives from Anthroposophic Medicine with PAAM and Anthroposophic Naturopathy with SPAN.
For Your Health: Finding inner rest in an anxious world, Jan 15, 2020, featuring Therapeutic Eurythmy with ATHENA and Anthroposophic Psychology with AAP.
For Your Health: What to do when your child has an earache, Nov 13, 2019, featuring Anthroposophic Medicine (PAAM) and Anthroposophic Nursing (NAANA).
Webinar will be 90 minutes beginning at 5:30pm PST/ 6:30pm MST/ 7:30pm CST/ 8:30pm EST.
All sessions are recorded and made available upon registering. Please refer to this link to register for this free webinar: https://anthroposophicmedicine.org/event-3477002
The end of life brings a quieting and fading of physical strength and vitality, but is balanced by a greater openness for spiritual truth and experience. Palliative and hospice care need to be not just about the removal of physical suffering but also the nourishment and recognition of this important transition, which many people experience as a kind of “birthing” out of the physical body. Anthroposophic medicinal and nursing treatments consciously work with the levels of body, soul, and spirit. We are excited to bring both holistic insights and practical therapeutic tools to practitioners in North America.
Join our webinar workshops with two international experts in Anthroposophic end of life care: Dr. Phillip von Trott, Director of Interdisciplinary Oncology and Palliative Medicine at Havelhöhe Hospital, Berlin, on November 23, 2019; and Rolf Heine RN, Founder and Director of the Academy of Anthroposophic Nursing at the Filderklinik Hospital, Stuttgart, on Saturday Mar 28, 2020.
Both sessions will be recorded and made available to participants after the live call.
This is the second of the two-part series:
Anthroposophic End of Life Care: a nursing approach
March 28, 2020, 12:00pm PST/3:00pm EST with Rolf Heine, RN
The previous webinar workshop:
Anthroposophic End of Life Care: a medical approach
November 23, 2019, 11:00am PST/ 2:00pm EST with Philipp von Trott, MD
The series is open to medical providers, nurses, caregivers, and students within these disciplines.
Register for this event at the following link: https://anthroposophicmedicine.org/event-3477189
A one-day workshop for Medical Doctors, Nurses, Physicians' Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, and students of medicine and nursing, offering a brief history of this whole-person approach to medicine, an introduction to the threefold concept and terminology, and a current overview of Anthroposophic Medicine worldwide. There will also be an engaging practicum presenting nursing therapies and demonstrating therapeutic gesture and mood, followed by a case presentation and an exercise in nature observation.
Join us for this accessible and transformative workshop, presented by the Physicians' Association for Anthroposophic Medicine and hosted by Anthroposophy NYC (138 W 15th St, New York, NY).
Go to this link to register: https://anthroposophicmedicine.org/event-3663929
Rudolf Steiner gave the fundamentals of Eurythmy Therapy (the Curative Eurythmy Course) to a group of young doctors during a medical course in April of 1921 with the hope and expectation that they would take up these indications and develop them further as part of their medical practice. As a spiritual-corporeal process Therapeutic Eurythmy (TE) accesses the formative forces which issue out of our cosmic environment of stars and planets and work in our body and soul as specific healing and formative forces. With the practice of TE, patients can actively participate in their own healing process by accessing these forces through gestures and bodily movement.
There are numerous indications for the vowels in eurythmy, including their connection to the seven planetary forces. The enhancement of these gestures in TE and their inclusion in various sound sequences for specific cases give us much food for activating our imagination and inspiration.
This is ATHENA’s sixth annual Pre-IPMT workshop. It is intended as a forum for collaborative research and sharing between medical professionals and eurythmy therapists.
Follow this link for more information and to register:
Re-enliven your will to heal, connect with colleagues and friends and celebrate 100 years of Anthroposophic Medicine!
Join us at the Threefold Educational Center in Chestnut Ridge, New York, May 2-9, 2020, to learn from experts in Anthroposophic medicine, including international guest faculty members, Albert Schmidli, Pharmacist, and Dr. Ursula Flatters, MD.
Each morning Glenda Monasch, TE, will guide participants through group eurythmy, which will then be followed by plant observation and in-depth text study, led by well-experienced physicians, certified in Anthroposophic medicine. Afternoon workshops have been carefully created with both the newer and the more experienced practitioners in mind, and evening lectures and presentations are sure to offer something meaningful and relevant to all who are interested in deepening their understanding and experience of this unique, holistic and integrative path of training in recognizing and treating the whole human being.
Full course descriptions are here on the training week web page.
If you have questions about workshop selections, please write to the Training Director, Dr. Adam Blanning, at email@example.com.
Delicious and nourishing breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks are provided for participants by the Threefold Cafe and are included in the price of registration. Participants are responsible for their own housing and transportation. Further specific information and details are provided in the confirmation email you will receive upon completing your registration.
Register before February 29th to receive early-bird pricing at this https://anthroposophicmedicine.org/event-3619491
Student, Resident and Work-Study discounts are available. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.