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During the Fall of 2020 we are oﬀering a series of lectures that will address, from many angles, the possibilities for understanding and ways to respond to the current global events. Each presenter will offer their insights and practices to help us navigate the challenges ahead.
An Anthroposophic Approach to Kitchen Table
Homecare for Cold and Flu Season
January 25, 2020 10 am- noon
Exploring the Treatment of Children
Jeffrey Etemad, D.O. & Carmen Hering, D.O.
Saturday, July 20, 2019, Tomales, CA
Workshop with With Pamela Whitman, Ken Smith and Dr. Carmen Hering
June 17 – 21, 2019
Dr. Carmen Hering on how to build a healthy sense of life
By Kate Hammond, Roots & Shoots and High School Movement Teacher
During the summer program of 2018 the Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training ran a course with Dr. Carmen Hering about First Grade readiness which explored the changes and challenges that we are seeing in children entering First Grade and how this impacting many of the assumptions we have about the First grade curriculum and character of the teaching.
During this time of year, as we slowly emerge out of the darkness of deep winter and the excesses of the holiday season, we frequently succumb to common community-acquired illnesses like respiratory infections, colds and flus. It is interesting to notice our body’s attempt to overcome cold, damp, stagnant processes with fever and inflammation!
Let’s take a deeper look at this phenomena and discover more about the role of fever and medical therapies that can help us. In this issue you will find articles describing anthroposophic medicines and the importance of fever, as well as a video on what makes anthroposophic medicines unique.