Therapeutic exercises

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This course contains examples of exercises that are used in eurythmy therapy. They also form part of our courses for stress release and high sensitivity. The exercises included are:

  • Sympathy - antipathy
  • Yes - No
  • U from left and right
  • Hope - U

For people in a generally normal, stable state of health, it is safe to do these exercises in a moderate way, balanced by other activities. Stay aware of possible effects, and stop if you become uncomfortable for any reason.

In a therapeutic practice, each exercise is adapted to the client. What is shown is only an example. If you are a eurythmist in training to become a therapist, you can use the videos as study material.

If you have received these exercises as part of your eurythmy therapy, you can use what is shown here to deepen your experience and discuss it with your therapist.

We strongly advise against independent “self-help” application for therapeutic purposes, when there is a health issue. Eurythmy therapy always requires guidance and correction by a therapist.

Yes and No

T02-4 Yes and No - Deciding with the heart
Yes and No - Deciding with the heart*

Rudolf Steiner's Indications

Sympathy and Antipathy

TH-01.en Sympathy and antipathy - eurythmy therapy exercise
Basic aspects

TH02.en Sympathy and antipathy  - creating harmony
Creating Harmony

Rudolf Steiner's Indications

Hope - U

T-03 Hope-U sbr
Hope - U Exercise

Rudolf Steiner's Indications

U from left and right

Vu-3 The U from the left and the right
U from left and right