Anthroposophic Singing Therapy 2018

Places still available


Weleda and Anthroposophic Medicine Training Day – Friday 23 Feb (NZ)

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The Question of Boundary with Adam Blanning MD – Feb 23-25 NZ

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The Human Digestive System Weekend Workshop – March 17-18

With Patries Orange (eurythmist) and Lakshmi Prasanna (physician)

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Student Support Conference 2018 – for therapists, support staff and teachers: 9-11 March

Keynote speakers: Barbara Baldwin and Lisa Devine

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Therapeutic Art Training with Sally Martin

Light, Darkness and Colour Spiritual Path of Development

Dates and Colour Modules 2017 – 2019

M8 & 9 Program Yellow Turquoise April-May 2018


New Zealand Conference:
Early Bird registration for the February 23-25 ‘Boundary’ weekend with Dr Adam Blanning ends the last weekend in January. If you were hoping to capture the $50 savings, now is the time to register and pay.
To register, email Mary at with your info and workshop choices. See the registration form for more details.
For those of you coming from overseas, payment at the door can be organised to save on overseas transaction costs. We are very much looking forward to welcoming you to Hawkes Bay for the weekend of working together.
Here is the Flyer if you would like to pass the information on to a colleague.

On the following Monday (26/2) there will be a Professional Development day for those wishing to prepare their portfolio for endorsement by the Medical Section. The day will be held at Weleda NZ in Havelock North. Participants will look at the required presentation format and then focus on how to prepare the necessary case studies. There is also the opportunity for mentorship time around your individual documentation towards the PD/clinical observation/training hours in which you have participated.
The day is led by Irmhild Kleinhenz. If you plan on joining us email Mary by February 16 to let us know you are coming. Payment is by donation. This is a great opportunity to work towards Anthroposophic medical/health accreditation within your registered profession


Developments, Perspectives and Strategies

March 9th-11th 2018 at the Goetheanum, Dornach/CH

Dear friends,
dear stakeholders in Anthroposophic Medicine research,
dear scientists, clinicians, therapists and nurses representing AM and with interest in research,
dear members of research foundations,
dear representatives of AM associations, dear representatives of AM pharmaceutical industries,
dear patient representatives, and politically engaged individuals !  

 We warmly invite you to the International Research Conference:

The focus of the conference will be on clinical and preclinical research.

 The purpose of the conference is: 

•             presenting perspectives of the different stakeholders on clinical research (particularly the current research projects and future goals of the scientists and institutes, and the necessities for further evolvement);

•             discussing and concluding a consensus-based strategy for future AM research;

•             developing perspectives for a supportive international collaboration;

 Please inform colleagues who might be interested.

 With cordial greetings from the Medical Section, IKAM and the Research Council

Matthias Girke, Helmut Kiene, Gunver S. Kienle, David Martin, Georg Soldner, Jan Vagedes


The Human Digestive System and the Will to Live

An exploration with Patries Orange, Eurythmist and Lakshmi Prasanna, Physican

Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 March 2018
Little Yarra Steiner School, Yarra Junction, VIC

Bookings, enquiries, payments:
ANN GSCHWENDTNER 0467 249 068,

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A good article on Anthroposophic Medicine.

Anthroposophic Medicine: An Integrative Medical System Originating in Europe

From Global Advance in Medicne and Health Journal


Anthroposophic medicine is an integrative multimodal treatment system based on a holistic understanding of man and nature and of disease and treatment. It builds on a concept of four levels of formative forces and on the model of a three-fold human constitution. Anthroposophic medicine is integrated with conventional medicine in large hospitals and medical practices. It applies medicines derived from plants, minerals, and animals; art therapy, eurythmy therapy, and rhythmical massage; counseling; psychotherapy; and specific nursing techniques such as external embrocation. Anthroposophic healthcare is provided by medical doctors, therapists, and nurses. A Health-Technology Assessment Report and its recent update identified 265 clinical studies on the efficacy and effectiveness of anthroposophic medicine. The outcomes were described as predominantly positive. These studies as well as a variety of specific safety studies found no major risk but good tolerability. Economic analyses found a favorable cost structure. Patients report high satisfaction with anthroposophic healthcare.


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