What is Eurythmy?
Eurythmy is an expressive movement art that was formed by Rudolf Steiner and Marie von Sivers in the 20th Century. It has been a performance art, but is also used for educational and therapeutic purposes, especially in Waldorf schools. Eurythmy draws, in particular, from music and text and shows how these sounds and tones actually resonate in space.
Eurythmy at Rudolf Steiner College
Students in our matriculated programs experience and learn to develop the skills necessary to practice eurythmy; Rudolf Steiner College also offers workshops in eurythmy, both in working with music and texts.
A Program in Eurythmy Training
The Rudolf Steiner College Eurythmy Training Program, which existed at the College for a number of years, is currently being re-envisioned. In the meantime, there are public courses available, please refer to our calendar of events. Inquiries about a future program can be made by contacting the Admissions Office.