Since 2012, the Sa Llavor Foundation has been part of the Collaborating Entities of the Conselleria d'Educació, Cultura i Universitats de les Illes Balears and we offer training programs approved as Continuing Teacher Training. For the academic year 2024/25 we present three new programs of Pedagogical Specialization in Methodology and Holistic Didactics aimed at Nursery, Primary and Secondary Education, based in the principles of Rudolf Steiner and the Goethean vision of the World. Program 1. Methodology and teaching in Nursery Education Program 2. Methodology and didactics in Primary Education Program 3. Methodology and teaching in Secondary Education These Pedagogical Specialization programs provide a solid foundation to understand in depth the nature of the human being through art and phenomenological science and a methodological and didactic specialization within the selected educational stage. Each of them is focused on the qualities and needs of each educational stage and offers the resources necessary to create educational processes in your work environment that meet the needs of our time, consider the diversity of capabilities and qualities, relate the areas of knowledge, educate in respect for oneself, others and the environment and promote work as a team and cooperation to create Educational Learning Communities. They activate the participants' own pedagogical intuition and creativity. They are aimed at teachers, professors, pedagogues, therapists, artists, researchers and professionals interested in education as a process of personal and social growth and transformation. Presentation of the program: Thursday, May 30 at 6 p.m. in Sa Llavor. Information:

2024-04-26T08:18:14+00:00April 26th, 2024|


On Saturday, May 11 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. we will hold an Open Day at the Fundació Sa Llavor, with a guided tour, educational exhibition, Gamelán concert, theater, family workshops, artisan stalls, bookstore and vegetarian restaurant. Program: 11:00 a.m. Guided Tour 11:00hFamily Workshops 12.30h Children's Theater 1:00 p.m. Vegetarian restaurant 2:00 p.m. Family Workshops 2:30 p.m. Musical improvisation and singing workshop with Sheela Gathright. 3:30 p.m. Jam Session. Bring your instrument! 4:00 p.m. Closing - Gamelan Concert  

2024-04-25T10:48:25+00:00April 23rd, 2024|


Earth Day is celebrated on April 22, a day where we are reminded of the importance of protecting our planet, promoting sustainability and taking concrete actions that promote a greener and healthier future for everyone. We are pleased to report that Sa Llavor's fundraising campaign has been included in “Celebrating Earth Day”, a GoFundMe page featuring best practices and small gestures for take care of the planet and raise funds for environmental causes: Remind you that every help, whether with a donation or helping to spread our campaign, is helping to sow the seed of change. Donations here>

2024-04-23T11:45:34+00:00April 22nd, 2024|


We invite you to participate in the activity open to the public of Eurithmia for social and work life: "The challenge of humanity in the era of digital transformation", which we celebrate on April 4 and 5 from 5 to 7 p.m. in Sa Llavor with the guide of Teresa Mazzei. Eurythmy offers dynamics of conscious movement with the aim of generating growth and health at an individual and social level. With the participation of Teresa Mazzei, with more than 20 years of experience in this innovative field of management and coordination of human teams. Aimed at anyone interested in developing personal, social and organizational skills and learning about social organisms through a lively and dynamic approach. Limited capacity. It is essential to confirm attendance at: escolacultura@sallavor. es

2024-03-08T08:42:55+00:00March 8th, 2024|


Programme presented by the Fundació Sa Llavor, Mallorca, with Teresa Mazzei, Italy, as head of Eurythmy, in cooperation with the Performing Arts Section of the Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland and recognized by the Institute for Eurythmy in Working Life, Den Haag , Netherlands. 1-7 April 2024 eurythmists 1-4 April 2024 non eurythmists Lugar: Fundació Sa Llavor, Mallorca Official Public Certification by The Ministry of Education of the Balearic Islands. FOR WHOM? To all those people who are interested in working on personal, social and leadership skills and want to learn about the social organism. By social organization we refer to any company or association, or any organized group in which several people come together, with a more or less complex structure, in which several people come together to achieve something that would not otherwise be possible.   GOAL We will connect human, social and organizational theory with Eurythmy to accompany the process of change, transformation and growth. “Change is often about reacting to new circumstances but, when you’re facing very difficult issues or dilemmas, when very different people need to work together in very complex settings, and when the future might really be very different from the past, a different process is required”. Presence. O. Scharmer and other authors. The greater our awareness of ourselves, others and the system, we will be able to take actions that allow us to act together in relation to what is happening.   PRACTICAL INFORMATION PLACE Fundació Sa Llavor, Binissalem, Mallorca LANGUAGES English, Spanish and Italian ACCOMODATION Assistance can be provided to find accommodation close to the training venue. A network of temporary economical accommodation has been set up within the community. INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION The places are limited.   TERESA MAZZEI HEAD OF SOCIAL EURYTHMIA Professional business experience: Graduate in Economics and Business Sciences, Postgraduate Master in business and organizational development. 25 years of multiple work experience in several companies, as a consultant in international consulting firms and as treasury manager and financial director, in a financial services company. Professional experience in Eurythmy: Certified in Eurythmy and specialized in Eurythmy in Work Life and Hygienic Eurythmy. 12 years of activities: in the business environment (consulting and within companies), with people with special needs, in different training programs as a trainer. Member of ASD, Association for Social Development driven by Lievegoed. The workshop includes other teachers and facilitators, in eurythmy, in the field of social and organizational consulting, and in complementary artistic disciplines.  

2024-03-08T08:25:14+00:00March 8th, 2024|


On Thursday, February 15 we had the honor of opening the doors of our community to Hernán Melana, who shared a time and space full of wisdom , of authenticity, of humility and of love for education. Hernán, philosopher, pedagogue and writer, started from the following diagnosis: in the current social context where social networks have been replacing the spaces in which human encounters traditionally took place, the most pressing problem of this world, turned into a screen, is the enormous amount of relationship conflicts that occur on a small and large scale. This issue is the great pending task that the school should address. Even more so if the so-called social networks are not providing optimal conditions for the development of healthy socialization. For example, within these a community is not built where individual privacy is respected, since there is a constant showing of oneself to others so that others value that image that is shown. In some way, what should be private is in continuous exposure waiting for external approval and, furthermore, the formation of identity is depending like never before on the judgment of the other, instead of coming from our interiority, from the internal truth. that constitutes us. Faced with this new panorama that adopts the reality of the 21st century, the school has to rethink how it is going to carry out its educational work, especially throughout the third septenium (between the ages of 14 and 21). ), which is the most important phase for the formation of personality, where the deployment of social relationships is fundamental for said formation and, therefore, the incidence of social networks affects the most. So, how can school help these young people build their intimacy in a time when it seems that what is essential is no longer invisible to the eyes? To answer this question, Hernán Melana proposes constituting alternative socialization spaces for young people. A place where the meeting of humanity takes place and where authentic social relationships can be manifested, created between equals, from person to person, with attentive listening and empathy. A self-managed place where each young person can explore their own truth, develop autonomy, confidence in their own possibilities, responsible freedom and the ability to make decisions. A place without screens, without smoke and without alcohol, where young people can bring to light the infinite forces that inhabit their being. This is the message that Hernán Melana came to deliver to us and that our learning community has received with deep gratitude, sharing his same inexhaustible search, within this world in incessant transformation, to find more ways to continue nourishing comprehensively all aspects of the human being in each girl, boy and teenager that we accompany on their path daily.

2024-02-19T11:45:16+00:00February 19th, 2024|


Conference Thursday, February 15 from 4 to 6 p.m. On Thursday, February 15, we will hold the conference workshop The body, technology and Spirituality in Sa Llavor. Navigating the second migration. The conference will be open to the public and will focus on the problems of children, adolescents and young people in front of the screen (and also adults). Topics such as intimacy, exposure on the networks, concentration and dispersion, consequences and possible solutions will be discussed. It will be carried out by Hernán Melana, writer and teacher in Waldorf schools for twenty years. He has been coordinator of training and seminars for Waldorf teachers in Latin America and Spain, professor at the University of Living Sciences of Madrid, president of the 27 de Febrero Foundation, founder and coordinator of the Casa de los Jóvenes Foundation, vice president of the Federation of Waldorf Schools and Initiatives and representative of the Argentine Waldorf Schools Network, author of plays for students and of the digital channel "Philosophy, Psychology, Stories" with more than eleven million views.  

2024-02-06T09:30:32+00:00February 2nd, 2024|


This Saturday, November 16 from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. we are celebrating an open day and Christmas Market at the Fundació Sa Llavor. We invite you to participate, share and celebrate in community. Activity schedule: 11am Doors opening 11:15 a.m. Musical welcome 11:30 a.m. Guided tour of the school 11:30-14h Workshops for families 11:30-12:30h Gamelan Workshop 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Silent auction 12:30-3 p.m. Sa Llavor Menu 1-2:30 p.m. Musical entertainment 2:30 p.m.-3 p.m. Theatre 3-3:30 p.m. Swing for everyone And  you will also find: -Pedagogical material station -Artisan stalls -Tea shop cafeteria We are waiting for you in the gardens of the Fundació Sa Llavor, Plaça Metge Borràs 3 in Binissalem. All proceeds will go to the Fundació Sa Llavor forest project. Thank you very much for your collaboration.

2023-12-12T11:32:59+00:00December 12th, 2023|


We invite you to participate in the activity open to the public of Social Eurythmy that we will celebrate next Friday, December 1st from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and Saturday, December 2nd. from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Sa Llavor within the Educating City week in Binissalem. Social Eurythmy offers dynamics of conscious movement for the management and coordination of the needs that arise in the development of social and business organizations, with the aim of generating growth and health at an individual and social level. By social organism we mean all companies or associations, or other organized context, such as teams, associations, study groups, etc., in which several people come together to achieve something that would not otherwise be possible. We will have Teresa Mazzei, consultant and social eurhythmist, with more than 20 years of experience in this innovative field of management and coordination of human teams. What does social mean? What is healthy on an individual and social level? Development of social and business organizations. How to deal with changes. Aimed at anyone interested in developing personal, social, organizational skills and learning about social organisms through a living and dynamic approach. Limited capacity. It is essential to confirm attendance to:

2023-11-22T12:51:06+00:00November 22nd, 2023|


This week Fundació Sa Llavor hosted a two day visit, as part of our ongoing NEASC accreditation process by two professionals: Kevin Glass and Stephanie Packer.   It is the second visit we have hosted so far, and an important step, as a positive result would allow us to be formally recognised by NEASC and would mark the beginning of an ongoing partnership with their organisation.   We are delighted to report that, although we still await a formal written approval (to be received over the coming weeks), we were assured by both our visitors that the outcome would most definitely be a positive one. In fact their feedback was so wonderful to hear that we felt we should celebrate and share some of what they said with the learning community right away. Stephanie told us that in just two days, she had been able to see just how the schools core values and identity are reflected in our students calm and confident attitudes, our teaching staff's natural and friendly relationship with the students, as well as in the wonderful and unique learning environment we have created. That she could feel peace and stability and a true sense of community. Kevin then added that despite having visited hundreds of schools in the past it was truly rare to see one with such clear values and ongoing dedication to a shared belief of what learning should look like. He went on to say that he had no doubt the remaining criteria for full accreditation was mostly already obvious to him and that it would just be down to the pedagogical team to highlight and evidence it over the coming months.   Needless to say, we are delighted with such high praise from two professionals who are dedicated to evaluating high quality learning experiences. We would also like to say a special thanks to all the parents and students that took part in the interviews and request your continued support in an information gathering survey we will be sending out in the near future.   NEASC's accreditation process is a transformative process designed to offer their schools opportunities for self reflection and ongoing growth. It includes a commitment by the schools they work with to develop 10 learning principles, offer and commit to an individualised definition of High quality learning and then produce several learning plans to help grow each school inline with its own ethos.   If you would like to find out more about the ACE pathways, please visit

2023-11-22T10:16:30+00:00November 22nd, 2023|
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