12 Senses Webinar Series
An Exploration of the Twelve Senses
with Joan Sleigh, Harlan Gilbert and Jane Swain
During this time of greater external boundaries, we can come together online to explore a deeper understanding of the way our personal, spiritual and physical boundaries meet the world. Join us this April for a new webinar series, An Exploration of the Twelve Senses. It has been eighty years since the founding of the first Camphill community in Aberdeen, Scotland, founded by Karl König. His work laid the foundation for using the twelve senses as a diagnostic tool and has continued to inform those working in this field. These topics will be explored in depth at "Pathways to a Human Future: The Twelve Senses", an in-person conference hosted by the Threefold Educational Foundation in Spring Valley, NY, slated for 2021.
When: May 13, 20, 27 (Can't join us live? No problem. A recording of each webinar will be emailed to registrants within 24 hours of each live gathering.)
May 13: 7:30-8:30 pm ET
Portals to Three Worlds: Sensing The Worlds Around, Within, and Between Us. An Overview of the 12 Senses
with Harlan Gilbert
May 20: 1:00-2:00 pm ET (Please note different presentation time due to Joan's geographic location!)
The Social Senses
with Joan Sleigh
May 27: 7:30-8:30 pm ET
How the Senses Develop in the Early Years of Life
with Jane Swain
Where: Online with Zoom webinars.
Click here to register. **Once you’ve registered, be sure to sign-up with Zoom via your confirmation email!**
Cost: $40 suggested donation
Hope to see you soon!
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is a pediatric physical therapist and an adult educator at Sophia’s Hearth. She has presented at regional and international conferences and published several articles on pediatric movement. Jane is a previous movement education teacher in the younger grades at Monadnock Waldorf School. She is certified in Bothmer Gymnastics, Sensory Integration Praxis Testing, and Pediatric Neuro-Developmental Treatment. Jane is also a senior therapeutic trainer with the Spacial Dynamics Institute.
is an educator and writer. He teaches in Green Meadow Waldorf High School and various teacher education programs and gives workshops and lectures in many locations in the US and abroad.
was born and raised in the Camphill communities in South Africa. Joan worked as class teacher at Michael Oak Waldorf School from 1995 – 2012 and as a teacher trainer at the Centre for Creative Education from 2006 – 2012. She is a member of the International Forum for Steiner / Waldorf Schools (Hague Circle) and coordinator of the Pedagogical Section in Cape Town since 2010. She became a member of the Executive Council of the General Anthroposophical Society in 2013.
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