An offering for nurses, therapists and licensed medical prescribers who are not able to attend the full training week!
Registration deadline is April 2nd!
We are pleased to embrace what is made possible by being online for the Annual Training Week this year. Those who register for the offering will enjoy the following elements of the training week:
Eurythmy and Artistic Work: In preparation for the keynote presentations the week of May 2-7, we will meet four Monday evenings in April (5th, 12th, 19th, 26th) for eurythmy exercises, followed by artistic work (bring your pencils, paper, maybe even some clay!) Everyone will meet to do this from 8:30-10pm EDT/5:30-7pm PDT. We are excited that Glenda Monasch will take us through four levels of activity, as we “move” the dynamics of the four cardinal organs, and Matias Baker will challenge us to follow living physiologic processes through artistic exploration. The eurythmy and artistic work will be recorded, the small group study sessions will not (you need to be part of the live conversation for those experiences).
Keynote Presentations: with our special guest faculty, James Dyson MD
Dr. Dyson will join us for six, live, 90-minute teaching sessions, May 2-7, at 2pm EST/11am PST. He will introduce us to a whole new level of psychiatric and psychological insight, as we explore links between organ imbalance and patterns of depression, anxiety, anger, OCD and other conditions. Dr. Dyson is a much sought-after teacher, with extensive experience in the realm of “psychosomatics” or the connections between social, psychological, and behavioral factors and bodily processes. All presentations will be recorded.
Join us for this special, half-schedule offering of the Annual Training Week:
Beyond the Molecular and Mechanical Model:
Lung, Liver, Kidney, Heart
A rich and diverse learning experience, and exciting new way of exploring organ physiology.
Last year, when our training week went online, we still formed a warm community of study and sharing. This year, too, we will come together for a new topic—lung, liver, kidney and heart—and enliven our thinking through artistic work, eurythmy, and exploration of body-mind (organ-mood) connections.
Registration: The half-schedule course is intended for nurses, therapists and those licensed prescribers who have already graduated from the training program or are not interested in participating in the full Annual Training Week.
Schedule: Click here to see the schedule. Program is subject to change in some details (if the coronavirus requires us to shift again).
Financial Assistance: Reduced registration may be available. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, telling of your experience with anthroposophic medicine and how financial assistance could make a difference in your situation.