A short course in Anthroposophy for parents and teachers wishing to understand what lies behind the Steiner/Waldorf school curriculum.
This course, over two weekends, explores Rudolf Steiner’s understanding of the human being, called “Anthroposophy.”
It explores Steiner’s ideas of the human capacities of thinking, feeling, willing as they are expressed through body, soul and spirit. We will explore how anthroposophy has shaped other major initiatives such as education, biodynamic agriculture, medicine, the arts, and architecture.
During this short course you will learn about Rudolf Steiner and the times in which he lived. You will gain a greater understanding of the development of anthroposophy. This course is ideal for anyone who is seeking an introduction to the life and work of one of the inspirational thinkers of the 20th century.
Tutor: Lisa Devine
Dates: February 20/21 and March 12/13
Venue: Sydney Rudolf Steiner College, 307 Sussex St, Sydney.
Times: 9.30am – 3.30pm Sat, 9.30am – 1pm Sun.
Fees: $230 each weekend
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