Rudolf Steiner’s Six Basic Exercises

Saturday 18 November 11am - 4pm

with Bodo von Plato and Marjatta van Boeschoten

May when we began to explore the practice of Rudolf Steiner’s Six Basic (Supplementary) Exercises. These are central to the path of inner development and are of great value for those wishing to grow their capacity to manage the challenges of daily life and work. Whilst they first appear to be deceptively simple, they open a myriad of possibilities and questions which the group have been discovering and sharing.
The exercises have a transformational potential to strengthen thinking, initiative, equanimity, positivity and inner balance, which in turn builds wellbeing, resilience and openness to the world. All these capacities support an inner meditative life that can enable the practitioner to become conscious of the spiritual dimensions of reality.

This event is the second meeting to work on these exercises. Some participants have also meet on zoom in-between to share their further work.

Nonetheless, everyone is welcome to join in and no prior knowledge of anthroposophy or of these exercises is needed.

Marjatta van Boeschoten is the General Secretary, Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain. Bodo von Plato studied philosophy, history and education. He has been an senior school teacher at a Steiner Waldorf School in Paris, a researcher in Heidelberg and a member of the Executive Board at the Goetheanum. He now leads a cultural foundation in Berlin.

Free for students and those currently active in anthroposophical organisations. Otherwise, the charge is £10 or £5 for concessions.

To book a place please email Ilona Pimbert: or T: 020 7723 4400