Offerings

Foundations: A Summer Program

A three-week course exploring three pillars of Waldorf education: Eurythmy + Anthroposophy + Painting led by Waldorf teachers, Astrid Thiersch, David Weber, and Karmin Guzder-Williams. Classes will all be held at the San Francisco Waldorf Grade School and  may be taken individually or together as one program

We will be adhering to CDC guidelines for Covid-19 safety.

Eurythmy 

Sundays - June 6th, 13th, and 20th - 9:30am to 10:45am

Philosophy

Sundays - June 6th, 13th, and 20th - 11am to 12:15pm

 

Painting

Thursdays - June 3rd, 10th, and 17th - 6pm to 7:15pm

 

Introduction to Eurythmy

With Astrid Thiersch 

Come move with us. 

Join us in learning the fundamentals of Eurythmy, a harmonious movement that will leave you feeling balanced and revived in body, soul and spirit. Performing eurythmist and teacher, Astrid Thiersch, will lead us through the movements and meaning of Eurythmy. All levels are welcome!

 

What is Eurythmy? You decide for yourself. It can be a dance, a type of moving meditation or a form of expression. Eurythmy connects us to our human essence. It cannot be done wrong! We unplug from our devices and plug in to ourselves.

This class is for everyone from Waldorf families and alumni to friends who have never worn Eurythmy slippers. 

 

Sunday mornings, 9:30am-10:45am

 

Anthroposophy: Rudolf Steiner on Human Development

With David Weber 

What was Steiner thinking?

An introduction to the Anthroposophical seven year stages of human development, focusing on childhood. Taught by long-time Waldorf teacher and educational consultant, David Weber, this class will explore Steiner’s study of the first three seven-year phases of growth and development by searching through clues of our own individual lives. An ideal entry point for those curious about the philosophy behind Steiner’s pedagogy, and the nature of the human being.

This course will include lecture and discussion segments. Bring your questions!

The Kingdom of Childhood by Rudolf Steiner included in class fee.

Sunday mornings, 11am-12:15pm

 

Wet on Wet Watercolor Painting

With Karmin Guzder-Williams

 

The world of colors.

In this class we will explore the wet-on-wet painting technique, working with watercolor paint on wet paper. The combination of the paint with soaked paper can provide a rich experience of color and shape as the two interact. Open to seasoned painters, stick figure drawers, parents who want to see for themselves, and everyone in between.

 

All materials will be provided.

 

Thursday evenings, 6-7:15pm