eurythmy

 

eurythmy

For the coming school year, eurythmy classes will focus on exercises for balance, grace, and precision. Through stories, rod exercises, and music, the sounds of language and music will be integrated into the life of feelings and the physical body of each student.

Shakespeare said "music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent." Through eurythmy we make what is essential in music visible through movement that develops and expresses the deeper values of being human.

eurythmy teacher

RAVEN GARLAND
 
Raven Garland completed her Master of Music Degree from the University of Massachusetts. She then went on to complete both an artistic and therapeutic training in eurythmy at the Eurythmy School of Spring Valley and the Therapeutic Eurythmy Training of North America, respectively. 
Raven has taught eurythmy to people of all ages in Waldorf Schools and public settings. She has also taught as a Waldorf Class teacher and is currently adjunct faculty at the Therapeutic Eurythmy Training of North America.


Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent."


—Shakespeare