I feel my star
My star finds me
I feel my goals
My goals find me
I feel my destiny
My destiny finds me

In all fields of life, there are times in which it is necessary to bring a process into motion, be it in dealing with one's own life and habits of thought, or in physiological processes.

Eurythmy makes it possible to connect with this process of motion in such a way that one's own movement patterns and social structures are discovered and transformed. Within each individual movement, a new relationship to oneself develops. By moving together in the group, new relationships with others emerge again and again, developing from individual to individual, and creating a team spirit.

My task is to find ways to make a positive eurythmy experience accessible to everyone, allowing people to create their own concrete experiences through mindful movement, and to explore their individual understanding of their unique abilities.

My task is to develop practical help in the „Now“ for independent life management through eurythmy by meditative movement.

My task is to approach the biography of the human being in the middle of his or her social environment through movement, whether he or she finds himself in an everyday life, in an extraordinary, crisis-prone living condition (eurythmy therapy), or --through various negative social influences-- in the "prison" of entrenched role models, and to thus bring our society to a higher level (social eurythmy, eurythmy in the workplace).

Eurythmy was developed between 1912 and 1925 by Rudolf Steiner.
Since then it has been established in the following areas:
Eurythmy as stage art, eurythmy in pedagogy, eurythmy as therapy (also known as curative eurythmy), and eurythmy in working life (also known as eurythmy in social life).
Rudolf Steiner's envisioned that eurythmy would become as popular an impulse as football.

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