Exploring Anthroposophy and the art of being human
A series of short courses, weekend intensives and one-day workshops for those curious
about the work of Rudolf Steiner and its relevance to us today.
The modules can be taken singly or can build towards a
Certificate in Anthroposophical Studies.
Begins February 2021.
A new, module-based program for curious adults.
An opportunity to delve into Anthroposophy and the work of Rudolf Steiner.
The modules can be taken individually or can build towards a Certificate in Studies in Anthroposophy which acknowledges a solid grounding in the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy. The Certificate will be awarded on completion of 200 course hours.
They are a mix of weekly sessions, weekends or week-long intensives, and will be offered at different Steiner/Waldorf school venues during the first three terms of each year.
So dip your toes into an area that particularly interests you –
art, eurythmy, meditation, your own biography, biodynamics, etc –
or continue on to accumulate credits towards your Certificate.
Modules will explore:
Core Anthroposophical concepts;
The arts and artistic practice;
Inner work including contemplation, meditation and self-development;
The ways in which Anthroposophical ideas are at work in the world – in health, medicine, gardening and agriculture, education, the economy and the arts.
Courses will only proceed if the minimum numbers requirement is met. In the event of insufficient bookings a full refund will be issued. Cancellations by participants up to 7 days prior to the event will receive a full refund*. Later cancellations will not be refunded.
*Except TryBooking fees and charges which will not be refunded.
Concession: Centrelink student, pension or health care cards.
Course fees include morning or afternoon teas.