Eurythmy is an expressive art movement originated by Rudolf Steiner in the early 20th century. Primarily a performance art, it is also used in education, especially in Waldorf schools. Through Eurythmy, the creative forces active in music and speech can be experienced and made visible. These forces belong to us, and they can help us therapeutically. Doing and seeing Eurythmy strengthen one’s sense of well-being, as well as one’s sense of self and free independence. It can be approached in many ways: hygienically, socially, and through performance – all are artistic and are drawn out of the human being. Eurythmy is taught from Nursery through Grade 7 at Emerson Waldorf School.
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