Foundation Studies for Downtown Participants – from the Rudolf Steiner Centre
People have told us they wanted to take our Foundation Studies in Anthroposophy program but it wasn’t possible for them to travel up to Thornhill to do it. We have listened, and starting in September we will be presenting a second edition of this course at a convenient location in downtown Toronto.
The program is designed for people who want to know more about Rudolf Steiner’s work, either for their own enlightenment or as a preparation for Waldorf teacher education. The program will be offered in a new format:
Most of the program will be presented every second Saturday, starting September 17 and ending in June 2012. The themes of these Saturday sessions will include Rudolf Steiner’s significance in 20th century history and philosophy; Steiner’s understanding of the human being; biography work and destiny learning; anthroposophical medicine; and bio-dynamic farming. Each Saturday will include at least one artistic activity, such as watercolour painting, eurythmy, or spacial dynamics®.
There will also be seven Tuesday early evening sessions, weekly from September 27, on the history of art and human consciousness*.
The course also requires independent reading, journaling, and individual mentoring, plus six hours of attendance at Waldorf or other anthroposophically based conferences and lectures.
The program will be presented at Waldorf Academy, 250 Madison Avenue, Toronto, off Davenport Road just below Casa Loma. Further details of enrolment, fees, and faculty are available on the website of the Rudolf Steiner Centre Toronto, www.rsct.ca, in a brochure available at the Centre or at Waldorf Academy, or by calling the registrar at the Centre at 905-764-7570.
*Please note that “The history of art and human consciousness” is also available as a seven-week subscription series if you are not taking the full program.
To register or for more information please contact us.
Rudolf Steiner Centre Toronto
For full program details please visit our website