In this hands-on workshop we will explore each of the twelve senses and their development and care for children from birth to 7 years old. By working with the insights of anthroposophy alongside our individual inquiry we can come to perceive how to nourish and support the senses and with them children’s healthy development. How do we restore balance and maintain a state of well-being in those we care for? What truly nourishes children given the times we live in?
Sliding Scale: $35 - $65
Sarah Hearn is a complementary health practitioner working out of anthroposophy. In her clinical practice, Sarah sees children, adults, and family groups in upstate NY and other communities in the Northeast. Sarah co-facilitates the Hudson Valley Group of EduCareDo, an international anthroposophic initiative offering a distance education course in the foundations of anthroposophy and supports Inner Work Path administration, workshops and study groups.
Meaghan Witri has worked with parents and families in a variety of capacities for over fifteen years, including as an early childhood and parent-child educator at the New Amsterdam Waldorf School in New York City. More recently, Meaghan works directly with parents in the home-setting offering practical support and understanding of child development in the light of anthroposophy. She currently works as a postpartum doula.