Saraphir Qaa-Rishi is Danish, but has been happily settled in the UK since 2001. Saraphir is a qualified Eurythmist and teaches Eurythmy to people of all ages and abilities. She completed the 4-year Eurythmy training in England in 2013 and has since taught Eurythmy in various organisations, at seminars/courses and public workshops. At differerent times she has also been involved in performance work in both England and Edinburgh and is currently serving as the Treasurer and Website Manager on the Council of the Eurythmy Association of Great Britain and Ireland. She is especially interested in how Eurythmy can be used to support individual and group development and is committed to bringing the benefits of Eurythmy to as many people as possible.
She has a background in the third sector where she has worked with adult learning and development for many years. During this time her prime motivating factor was always to find ways of encouraging and promoting development and confidence in the people she worked with, a practice she is now continuing in her work with eurythmy.
She has a BSocSc in Social Science and Welfare Studies from Roskilde University in Denmark as well as a Diploma in Eurythmy.
Over the years she has gained experience of working within many different organisational structures including commercial businesses, charities, intentional communities and a political party. For more information about Saraphir’s experience please click here.