Colour – the Rainbow Bridge Between Inner and Outer Worlds.

Colour is everywhere around us and informs our lives through the symbolism of the individual colours and their daily effect on our mood. We all have colours that we love and colours that we would never dream of wearing or bringing into our homes – affinities that are maybe somewhat affected by the current fashion, but also by how that particular colour makes us feel and what possible memories it evokes. This weekend will be an opportunity to observe, experience and connect creatively with the essential being of colour through Science, Eurythmy and Painting. On the Friday evening we will explore Goethe’s colour theory and by recreating some of his scientific experiments observe how colour arises out of darkness and […]

Thursday ‘After Work’ Eurythmy Class starting 14th September

It’s the last weekend of ‘the festival’ here in Edinburgh and the city will soon return to it’s normal rhythm. The summer has gone rather fast again this year and it has taken me a bit longer to plan my autumn eurythmy sessions than I thought. This has largely been due to getting regular eurythmy work on Tuesdays, which means I will have to change my Tuesday evening class to a Thursday ‘After Work’ class running from 5.30 – 6.30 pm. I hope this might actually make it easier for some people to attend, as they can attend after work rather than having to come back out in the evening. During these 8 sessions we will be working with several […]

Colour in Movement – Saturday 9th September

Colour is everywhere around us and forms a constant visual backdrop to our lives. It is also intimately connected with our soul moods as can be seen in common expressions such as ‘she is feeling blue’, ‘he saw red’, or ‘they were green with envy’. As well as colours being specifically mentioned in writings such as poetry, many poems also have an overall colour mood, which one can work with when expressing the poem in eurythmy/movement. In eurythmy we work with Goethe’s colour theory, which talks of the ‘deeds and sufferings of the light’. Colour emerges when light engages with darkness in different ways – e.g. whether it accepts it or pushes it away. Working with colour in movement can […]