Take a deeper look at mineral nature and creatively explore the differences and interrelationships of the four classical elements -  Earth, Water, Air and Fire - in this week-long course with Dr Philip Kilner, Daniel Docherty and Vija Docherty.

Explore the dynamics of our soul life as we encounter it within our own life themes in this Weekend Workshop with Anita Charton.

A two-day Rose Window Geometry course with Master Geometer Jonathan Horning.

Story can touch and transform everything you do. Applied Storytelling will give you the translation tools to put story to work in whatever field you operate.

Explore and take inspiration from the myriad of interconnected relationships among plants and the creatures that cooperate with them in this week-long course with Dr Philip Kilner, Daniel Docherty and Vija Docherty. .

Exploring the Art of Storytelling: a 4 weekend course with Roi Gal-Or.

Observe the development and mobility of animal forms and the relationships between their inner and outer mobility in this week-long creative course with Dr Philip Kilner and guest tutors.

'... the heavens' embroidered cloths ...' with Daniel Docherty & Hartmut Warm.

Examine our own relationships to nature and the privilege and responsibility we hold as humans through this week-long creative course with Dr Philip Kilner and guest tutors.

An Introduction to the World of Storytelling with Ashley Ramsden.

Exploring the Masculine, the Feminine and Relationship Through A Sufi Tale with Stella Kassimati and Pelin Turgut.

A two-day course exploring the philosophy and practice of labyrinths with Daniel Docherty.

Develop a deeper understanding of relatedness, connect with your creativity and explore your purpose with Dr Philip Kilner and guest tutors.

Encouraged by the urgency of our times, Stella Kassimati and Pelin Turgut offer a unique five-day course with a performance to find, craft and share stories from our journey as men and women.

A life-changing one-day course with Daniel Docherty.

Exploring Islamic Geometric Design from around the world with Daniel Docherty and Ameet Hindocha.

Therapeutic Insights: Lecture V

'Our individual spiritual past is living in our thinking and remembering, our spiritual future has to be build out of knowledge, how Ahriman and Lucifer are working in our soul and in our Etheric body.'

Learn the skills of Animal Communication and the wisdom and ways of the Storyteller in this one-week workshop with Ashley Ramsden and Noémie Rimmer.

A weekend workshop for partners of the Friends of Waldorf Education in England.

Round Willow Baskets with Annemarie O’Sullivan.

Biographical Storytelling: 4 weekends of in-depth exploration of the magical and powerful art of telling personal true-life stories.

Be the hero and heroine of your life!

Join Isabella Florschutz for an biographical adventure inspired by the hero/heroine journeys found in many archetypal myths.

A storytelling course for those who feel exhausted or stuck in their work with a community, with Stella Kassimati and Gauri Raje.

Learn the alchemy and processes involved in making your own set of watercolour and gouache paints in this week long course with Daniel Docherty and David Cranswick PhD.

Learn how the body can be the primary tool for performing and performance making in this inspiring one-week course with Prof Roland Matthies and Rachel Porter.

This weekend workshop with Stella Kassimati is for those eager to explore the Greek Pantheon and tell a Greek myth.

Use objects to creatively to extend and expand your dramatic and movement repertoire in this transformative one-week course with Prof Roland Matthies and Rachel Porter.

A storytelling weekend exploring the power, in our society, of the Ancient Greek Gods Apollo and Dionysos with Stella Kassimati.

A playful and fun introduction to puppetry and puppet making as tools for creative storytelling with Bronia Evers.

Work with the body and its emotional landscapes through the elements of nature, develop as a performer and become more gesturally skilled in this immersive one-week course with Prof Roland Matthies and Rachel Porter.