“Through a deepening of social life a new understanding of the human being must be found that will permeate human and social development for Evolution” Rudolf Steiner Fundació Sa Llavor offers a POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME : "EURYTHMY IN SOCIAL AND WORKING LIFE" In 3 modules throughout 2023-24: December 2023, April and July 2024, with Teresa Mazzei as Social Eurythmy guide. In cooperation with the Goetheanum, Section for the Performing Arts, Dornach, Switzerland. https://srmk.goetheanum.org/en/ Recognized by the Institute for Eurythmy in Working Life, Den Haag, The Netherlands. https://www.ewl-institute.com/the-institute Official Public Certification by The Ministry of Education of the Balearic Islands. FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INDIVIDUALS AND SOCIAL ORGANISMS A Postgraduate Programme that nurtures and develops the knowledge, sensibility and capacity necessary to work through Eurythmy in social and working context for individual and social organism development. "A COMMON AIM AND TWO PURPOSES THROUGH A SHARED PATH" EURYTMIST: Postgraduate Programme for qualified eurytmists to work through Eurythmy in social and working contexts and Eurythmy students in their last year of training. EVERYONE: Official Training Programme for enterpreneurs, managers, employees, teachers, artists, or any person who is interested in developing personal, social and organisational skills and learning about social organisms with a living approach. A COMMON AIM Developing knowledge and skills for sensing the social organisms we are involved in, in order to consciously act on it, each one with one’s own role and competences. By social organism we refer to all companies or associations, or other organised context such as teams, colleges, study groups, and so on, in which several people come together, within organisations of varied complexity, to achieve something that otherwise would not be possible to get off the ground. "INSPIRING A HEALTHY LIFE FOR THE SOCIAL ORGANISM" GOALS Everyone: Develop and practise our own social consciousness and skills. Experience in practice the relationship between individual and social impulses. Look at the organisation, we are involved for social or working reason, as a living organism: its elements, its phases, its living processes and so on. Deepen and enrich intellectual knowledge on individual/social/organisational changing and development theories throughout practical experience (becoming operating forces). Discover the bridges which connect individual with the social organism. Move from intellectual knowing to perceiving and to acting, consciously. Develop self-confidence and creative capacity. For eurythmists specifically: Experience eurythmic exercises suitable for social and working contexts. Deepen the application of fundamental elements of Eurythmy in the social and working fields Transform and create Eurythmy’s exercises for different contexts and different stages of the social organism. Explore the connection of working with Eurythmy with some theories and approaches for social/organisational development paths. Develop own process of conducting Eurythmy sessions in the social and working fields. IDEAL BEHIND THE PROGRAMME Social organisms live and develop in constant movement. They acquire the ability to learn and evolve thanks to the people that they interact with, and they are more than the sum of individual components. A social organism never stands still: either
"And you give a name to everything and the word is born as a creative source" On April 21st and 22nd, we continue our journey through the 7 Arts and arrive at the fifth meeting of “The path of human being through the Arts” with Severino Airoldi as a guest who will guide an Artistic Workshop for the Speech Art and Theater Community. Through the artistic word we explore fields as vital as: the voice · the breath · the listening · the spoken sound. Creativity, vitality and joy accompany us in speaking exercises and recitation of poems, where we look for the relationship between voice and the gesture. We discovered vowels and consonants as an inspirational source. The theatrical improvisation, the creation of scenes and characters leads us to lose our inhibitions, live in the present and trust one's own creativity through a relaxed and familiar atmosphere. "Any game in which the person has to transform and play a role, is beneficial for the soul, it takes it out of its accustomed routine and reinforces its freedom and adaptability" Georg Kuhlewind Severino Airoldi He was born in Switzerland. He studied Word Art and Theater in Stuttgart, Germany. Teacher, reciter and declaimer. He has taught German and theater at the Escuela Libre Micael in Madrid. He was part of the Trova de Cuentos and Euritmia Ensemble. He has worked in the art of the word and theater in sociotherapy. He was part of the "L'Arsenale" Theater School in Milan, Italy and has directed the "Christmas Cars" project at the Micael Free School. Since 2001, he has taught theater and speech training courses at different institutions in Spain. More information: email@example.com Registration aquí>
Music is an essential element for achieving a healthy development in the evolutionary process of growth and learning. The sound of music awakens balanced and harmonic thought, connects with sensitivity, encourages the will and facilitates the social quality of listening. Music and singing situate the performer on the fine line between the intangible and the sensitive, making them part of an authentic spiritual experience. “When human beings listen to music, they have a feeling of well-being because the tones harmonize with what they have experienced in the world of their spiritual home” Rudolf Steiner It is an essential art in our time to recover the connection with oneself, with others and with nature.
During these four weeks, the first cycle group has experienced the drawing of shapes from movements that arise in nature based on line and curve. First they have experienced vertical, horizontal, diagonal, long, short, intermittent, curved and winding straight lines. Meanwhile, the second group has been introduced to mirror shapes that combine the different straight lines or curves experienced last year.
In this period, the 3rd and 4th class experienced geometrical shapes and linear, curved and woven forms. Different activities were implemented to raise the awareness for the forms, explore the movement and cultivate the imagination through connecting different senses. Before drawing it in their notebooks, the children laid the form with materials like stones, acorns or sticks, walked and traced it and drew it on small black boards with chalk. “In this way one educates the child toward a real feeling for form, toward a feeling for harmony, for symmetry, and toward a feeling of relationships. In this way one can guide the child into those harmonies which also exist in the world around us”. Rudolf Steiner
Class 5th and 6th began the term remembering the Illiad and reviewed certain stories of Achilles and positioned themselves in Ancient Greece. Throughout the block they have learned about Alexander the Great, and through his life story they have understood the wars and battles of his time, travelled the route of his conquered territories and learnt a little about what it would have been like to live in his time. As the block was in English, they have used it to improve speech, spelling, grammar and punctuation.
There are experiences to be made; plant a tree, write a book, do your first 3-day trek at 12 years old. An experience that leaves no one indifferent, where everything that happens helps us take out what we carry inside and makes us grow a little more as people. From Deià to Tossals Verds, passing through Sollér, Barranc de Biniaraix, Cúber reservoir, Font des Noguer and Font de Prat. Where we enjoyed a bath in Llucalcari or a lemonade in the possession of Son Mico. They have made their first journey, some thought they would not be able to, others expressed it openly, but all have achieved what they thought was almost impossible, to overcome themselves in the face of all the difficulties and challenges they have encountered. during the journey, where they have felt that they have grown up and the look of what we have every day has changed. After weeks of looking back what is left are very intense, fun and exciting memories, which will always be with us. After the crossing for sure something has changed!
Seeing a craftsman use his hands to transform the raw material and turn it into a useful or decorative product is for children like a magic gesture. They are amazed and admired by the incredible ability of the craftsman to create so easily and quickly that product that they now have before their eyes, when a few minutes ago it was a pile of mud, wool, wicker, leather, or a piece of wood or iron. They have the ability to admire the wonders that surround us: those of nature and those that human beings are able to create. Children scrutinize every move, gesture and attitude of the craftsman. Then they enjoy picking up tools and materials and imitating exactly the same movements they just observed. If they are allowed to experiment, they discover that it is not as easy as it seemed and that all creation requires practice, patience and perseverance. Then, they value even more the skill and knowledge of the craftsman. We have been visited by 3 artisans: -In Pere Parets, espadrilles. -Antonella Farris, tin specialist. -In Raül Blanco, carpenter and teacher of the school. Thank you for your collaboration!
The children have been listening to stories in English about all the dwellings people live in, in various locations around the world and how the materials and structures vary depending on environment, location and the needs of the people and cultures they live in. The children were invited to make their own creations and present them to their peers. It has been a fun, creative and successful experience for all of us. All of the projects look amazing and the children have all done a fantastic job. Well done to each and everyone of you!
The boys and girls have collaborated in writing the posters that name the plants in the garden, thus doing their bit to create the School's Botanical Garden. In the garden they have taken care of collecting and sowing countless seeds that they have seen grow. The last ones, sunflowers, especially aroused his curiosity: "This plant comes out of a pipe!" They watched with wide-awake eyes and with great interest as the seedling pushed its way toward the light with the pipe shell still on as a makeshift hat. They have been the guardians and guardians of the seeds. They have collected them, they have planted them, they have tasted them. As if they were the seeds that have just germinated and are growing with strength and energy, they have dedicated themselves to their work with interest and perseverance.