Movement and Perception


Gosia Winter

an exploration of inner perception with Bothmer Gymnastics




In beholding another’s movement, we are able to develop a more conscious understanding and perception not only of that person but of universal inner motifs expressed in gestures. 

Working with children, we approach lovingly the mystery of each individual child through a heightened perception of their many aspects, including movement, that can lead us to knowing the next, concrete steps we may need to take in our professional relationships with them.

Using Bothmer movement exercises, observation and discussion, the aim of this workshop is to introduce these themes and contribute a perspective towards the perception of inner realities for each participant.


When           Saturday 7th September 10.30 - 12.30


Where         Silver Tree Steiner School


Cost             $30 

Please note that priority for this workshop will be given to Early Childhood professionals until August the 19th.

It will then be open to everyone.


Please book with Jenny Hill (RSC) as numbers are restricted for space.

Introducing Anthroposophy



What is the Human Being?  Who are we?


Rudolf Steiner’s insights create a multi-layered picture that open our minds and hearts to a richer understanding of these questions.


A two-fold approach explores the physical and the spiritual natures of the human being, sleeping and waking, breathing in and breathing out, sympathy and antipathy.

Expanding into a three-fold approach we explore the middle way between polarities: body, soul and spirit; thinking, feeling and willing; head, heart and hands.

In the four-fold human being we come to the physical, etheric, astral and ego bodies and see how these are expressed in the mineral, plant, animal and human kingdoms, the four elements and the four temperaments.


This is a wonderful opportunity to experience an artistic introduction to Anthroposophy including painting, sculpture, music and eurythmy. 


Tutors: Paul Lawrence, Nicole Lawrence and Kristina Hamilton