The training in eurythmy therapy takes place over two years and consists of five modules of four weeks each in the summer and spring, plus two online modules of one week each in the autumn. In the final year, the student will be working independently on the final Case Study thesis. In addition to these blocks, the student must complete observation and practice placement blocks under the supervision of qualified eurythmy therapists.
Throughout the training, there are written and oral assignments, which must be satisfactorily completed, including a fully documented Case Study as a final thesis.
The Eurythmy Therapy Training in Great Britain follows the guidelines set out in the International Framework Curriculum.
For the course dates please see the Course Overview.