eurythmy


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eurythmy

Harmony, orderliness, and elegance of proportions.
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The village is also home to the Camphill Eurythmy School, which trains international students.
Keywords: Chilean literature, vanguard and narrative, Juan Emar, eurythmy, equilibrium theory.
We offer physiotherapy (acting on the physical body), curative eurythmy (movement acting on inner life processes), and various forms of art therapy including painting, music and modeling.
In addition to a daily class on Eurythmy (a form of movement that Steiner developed and called "the science of visible speech"), there were classes in art, speech and voice, and psycho-physical and imagination exercises taught by Chekhov himself.