This summer immerse yourself in a sea of ​​artistic activities and free play at the Sa Llavor Summer School: painting, drawing, modeling, carving, crafts, singing, Gamelan music, theatre, cooking, gardening, gardening in contact with nature and through Holistic Pedagogy. Dates: June 24 to July 5. Schedule: Monday to Thursday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lunch included. Fridays from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Without food. Age: 3 to 12 years. Small groups. Professionals from the Sa Llavor pedagogical team. The vehicular languages ​​are Catalan, Spanish and English. Small groups.

2024-04-25T10:57:11+00:00April 23rd, 2024|


From a pedagogical point of view, manual work and finger agility facilitate flexible thinking as well as understanding and tolerance towards complex life situations. The rhythmic and repetitive activity of knitting is calming and makes us enter a meditative state. Children keep the needles in both hands, assigning each hand its respective activity, establishing laterality and achieving a degree of control over their will from the beginning. The power of concentration is transformed into awakening; in fact, there is no other activity carried out by six and seven-year-old boys and girls that can generate this level of attention. All of this helps concentration, strengthening “the will to learn to think”. This skill is what will allow you to achieve problem-solving ability in later years. Recent neurological research confirms that mobility and fine motor skills, especially in the hand, stimulate cellular development in the brain and reinforce the foundation physics of thinking. Children in the first cycle of primary school enjoy every week knitting with their fingers and with the knitting needles that they themselves have made. Thanks to their skill with needles and sheep wool, they are making knitted animals and the case of his flute.

2024-02-19T10:19:23+00:00February 19th, 2024|


Just as we file, carve and sand a piece of wood to give it a defined shape and a smooth finish, in wood carving we strengthen our will every time we accept the challenge of starting and finishing a project. After the initial enthusiasm, the difficulties of woodworking arise and this is how it is when educated for life, developing perseverance and achievement of objectives, cultivating in turn the artistic, spatial and aesthetic sense. Attention and concentration are put into practice in a natural and artistic way, since without them the handling of the tools and the carving process would not be possible. Thanks to the atmosphere created in the workshop, the creative process is lived with the joy and confidence of learning that if you persist you will achieve it: everything is possible. Every week the second cycle primary school group carries out the wood carving activity in the school's outdoor workshop cultivating their life skills.

2024-02-19T10:10:43+00:00February 19th, 2024|


Gamelan, traditional Indonesian music, considered Cultural Heritage of Humanity, allows human beings to be in contact with the Universe. A musical treasure that high school groups can access to practice weekly. Visually impressive, its sound contrasts with Western music, providing new musical horizons. Among its virtues is the cultivation of a sense of community and technical precision, since without them, the musical pieces, made up of intertwined rhythms and melodies, would not sound properly correct. Attentive listening to the whole and concentration on detail develops and trains a fine and delicate ear for music.

2024-02-19T11:37:55+00:00February 19th, 2024|


It is believed that the origin of the mosaic technique dates back to more than 3000 years BC in Mesopotamia, although it was developed and refined in ancient Greece, reaching its peak in the elaborate Roman mosaics and the Byzantine Empire. The word mosaic means “work inspired by the muses”, divinities of the Arts. The making of a mosaic follows very specific steps, being a very complete process that includes design, ingenuity, creativity and technique. Pebbles, stones of different sizes or uniform tesserae are used depending on the effect you want to achieve and mortars such as lime or plaster. Originally the support was the floor or the wall. In this case we have used a wooden board with a frame to contain the plaster that is applied at the end of the process. We have taken inspiration from original ornaments from Persia, Greece and Rome.

2024-02-02T09:00:27+00:00February 2nd, 2024|


  The 1st year ESO students, in artistic processes, have been making their own shoes. To do this, they have calculated the shape and size of the shoes by first making the cardboard insole and also the upper part. Then they have chosen different fabrics for their design. They started by hand sewing the parts of the shoes and then finished them with the sewing machine. Using the sewing machine offers ample opportunity to practice foot rhythm coordination (will), manual dexterity (feeling), and attention (thinking).

2024-02-02T08:50:39+00:00February 2nd, 2024|


The period of biology has been the source of inspiration for this process of modeling with clay, and in a broad way, the vital forces that model concave and convex shapes in a harmonious dialogue, reflected in the human face and head. The novelty and challenge has arisen from the technique used to create the heads, created from a hollow shape that is modeled from within, to bring out the elements of the face. Each modeled head is different in its expressiveness, and its countenance carries a message. Transcending the physical, we ask; What is eternal in you? What is eternal in me? In this way we finish the process in an artistic-poetic environment that gives us profound answers.

2024-02-02T10:01:51+00:00February 2nd, 2024|


“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 DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING PROGRAMME : "EURYTHMY IN SOCIAL AND WORKING LIFE"   A post-graduate training for eurythmists and a development program for whoever is interested in developing personal, social and organisational skill 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.   Recognized by the Institute for Eurythmy in Working Life, Den Haag, The Netherlands.   Official Public Certification by The Ministry of Education of the Balearic Islands.   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

2024-04-23T10:49:55+00:00July 28th, 2023|


Syrinx, Sa Llavor Musical Academy, was born with the desire to develop music learning by enjoying and understanding the art of music as a fundamental part of the human essence, necessary for evolution and growth. Syrinx, Sa Llavor Musical Academy, offers quality musical education adapted to the abilities and needs of each individual to awaken musical sensitivity and accompany development as a person. It was born in Sa Llavor from the Integrated Music School and offers individual and collective activities in extracurricular hours for all ages. Offers: - Bass - Clarinet - Double bass - Recorder - Transverse flute - Guitar - Piano - Saxophone - Trumpet - Viola - Viola da gamba - Fiddle - Cello - Gamelan Orchestra Instruments - Musical language specialized by instruments - Harmony - Orchestra - Singing and chorus - Luthiery and creation of instruments We start in October 2023. More information and registration opening in September 2023.  

2023-07-30T11:04:05+00:00July 18th, 2023|

THE TEMPEST by William Shakespeare

"Our revels now are ended. These our actors, As I foretold you, were all spirits and Are melted into air, into thin air: And, like the baseless fabric of this vision, The cloud-capp'd towers, the gorgeous palaces, The solemn temples, the great globe itself, Yea, all which it inherit, shall dissolve And, like this insubstantial pageant faded, Leave not a rack behind. We are such stuff As dreams are made on, and our little life Is rounded with a sleep." The Tempest. W. Shakespeare. Act IV. Scene 1.   Every year, since the Fundació Sa Llavor began its path in 2007, the Educational Learning Community experiences a complete process of theatrical creation. Through work groups on writing texts, set design, eurythmy, speech art, construction, carving, costumes, music and manuals, we work together to create and develop all the elements that make up a play. As an integral, participatory, lively and creative process, it allows to grow in tolerance, respect and trust, offering a space for communication and artistic expression, educating the will, free thought, sensitivity and the power of imagination. This school year we have been able to experience the magic of The Tempest intertwined with the tragic love story of Dido and Aeneas.  

2023-07-27T15:47:48+00:00June 29th, 2023|
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