What is eurythmy therapy? For whom is this therapy suitable and how does it work? – A video clip

Last update: 03.02.2022

"In the Rhythm of Life" engages these questions – with impressions and statements from doctors, therapists, patients, from newborns to the elderly, as well as participants in a current study on fall prevention for elderly people with chronic diseases.

Eurythmy movements have a meditative quality. They are profoundly related to regenerative organic activities and may be used both prophylactically and curatively. They can be helpful in cases of stress symptoms, anxiety and depression or burnout, address developmental delays and disturbances, or; in the case of e.g. tumor and rheumatic ailments, used to support resilience, of particular help where aggressive treatments are needed.

Worldwide, 1500 eurythmy therapists are active in clinics, in schools and in private practice. Further information: https://eurythmytherapy-medsektion.net/en/

Click here for the videohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95G0oNGhRHw

Copyright: International Coordination Eurythmy Therapy

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