Etheric Health in the Age of Technology

This fall, the Anthroposophical Society of America is hosting an online “Chrysalis Group” offering that will focus on using eurythmy to counterbalance the detrimental effects of technology.

The course will be led by two individuals with specific interest in this intersection: Cynthia Hoven, a eurythmist and pioneer in developing online eurythmy curriculum, and Andrew Linnell, a co-founder of MysTech, an anthroposophical organization oriented towards understanding and working with technology from a spiritual perspective. This 5-week program starts on September 20th and will be available via recording. It is one of several fall Chrysalis Group offerings from the Anthroposophical Society of America. Read more about the course and sign up on the ASA’s website here.

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