Eurythmy is a new art form developed by Rudolf Steiner and his students to give expression to the subtle workings of the cosmos in the human being. Through the medium of artistic movement and gestural response to the living word (speech eurythmy) and sound (tone eurythmy) the human being finds resonance and harmony with its spiritual origin and purpose.
Eurythmy takes three directions: artistic, pedagogical and therapeutic.
Eurythmy is taught in nearly all Steiner Schools throughout Australia and the world.
We have had a trained Eurythmist visit our school twice a year, these lessons ran in three week blocks. As well as working with each class intensively during her three weeks she took staff classes each morning and ran a parent class once a week during her visits.