To truly “be’” with the children - present, warm, clear and joyful – self-care is essential!
Fortify Your Life Forces with Spacial Dynamics®
☙ Lifeways offering with Lynn St. Pierre ☙
Through the practice of Spacial Dynamics we will free up spaces within, and around us, allowing for freedom of movement, and freedom in our work with the children.
"Live-streaming" recommended - ask questions, move with others, connect across time and space! Drop-in or join for a season.
Next session ~ November 20th 1-2:30pm east, 10-11:30am west US times
It's not too late to join!
Missed the first session? In a different time zone?
No problem, the course is available online!
September & October Videos are now available!
Between classes, practice with the video and deepening exercises.
~ Fall Workshop Retreat ~ Saturdays Nov. 6th & 13th
Developmental movement and music, Spacial Dynamics®, Eurythmy with Glenda Monash, hand work and more…..
Giving Young Children a Lifelong Foundation for Well-Being
As society becomes more focused around screens and digitilization, the movement and speech stimuli required by the brain for healthy early childhood development, are no longer readily available in day to day life.
Dancing Hands & Frolicking Voices offers continuing education for early childhood educators, parents, grand parents and caregivers. This includes courses at Waldorf early childhood training centers and conferences, workshop retreats at Star Dance Farm by Ann Arbor, Michigan or via Zoom, mentoring and video subscriptions. Subjects include early childhood development, therapeutic aspects in early childhood, developmental movement in the form of finger plays, health-giving touch plays, large movement circles with singing in mood of the fifth and rhythmic verse, as well as Spacial Dynamics, anthroposophy, therapeutic Werbeck voice and handwork - all designed to provide young children with essential developmental experiences. Our faculty are certified trainers who have presented around the world at Waldorf teacher training centers, conferences and workshops. They also collaborate with colleagues internationally to further this important work for young children.