In 1921, Rudolf Steiner delivered a series of lectures on curative eurythmy. Over next years, when his advice was sought in cases of illness, he added to the initial therapeutic exercises and indications. For those who were unable to attend the original courses, Dr. Kirchner-Bockholt published the basic principles and an authentic collection of Steiner’s advice.
This is Dr. Kirchner-Bockholt’s comprehensive handbook. It is both a guide for curative eurythmists in their therapeutic work as well as an introduction to this effective mode of therapy.
Dr. Margarete Kirchner-Bockholt was a qualified medical doctor and a trained eurythmist. She worked with Rudolf Steiner, who entrusted her with the practical development of curative eurythmy and the training of curative eurythmists. She died in 1973.
- Written by Margarete Kirchner-Bockholt
- 192 pages
- 9.2" x 6.1"
- Published 2002