visiting day may 2,2020

Visiting Day May 2, 2020

Find out more about what it means to become a Waldorf teacher! Visitors will be allowed to observe a few classes, meet with current students and faculty, and learn more about the curriculum and application process. This is a free event and open to the public, but we ask that you please reserve your spot in advance.

Visiting Day – January 18, 2020

Find out more about what it means to become a Waldorf teacher! Visitors will be allowed to observe a few classes, meet with current students and faculty, and learn more about the curriculum and application process. This is a free event and open to the public, but we ask that you please reserve your spot in advance.

Building a Loving School

How Waldorf Education Prepares Children to Stand for Social & Environmental Progress in the 21st Century. Talk by Ken Smith on Thursday, May 9, 2019 from 7-9pm.

Visiting Day

Please join us for our next Visiting Day on Friday, June 21, 2019 at the Marin Waldorf School, and learn more about what it means to become a Waldorf teacher!

Annual Appeal 2018-2019

Please support the Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training in our 2018-2019 Annual Appeal campaign!

The Importance of Sleep

Thank you for helping us make our first Early Childhood Conference with Helle Heckmann such a great success!

facing the world with soul

Facing the World with Soul

A course for those looking for a path of artistic exploration that can build a bridge between the inner life of soul and the outer world. Tuesdays & Thursdays, February 23-March 24, 2016.

New Impulse Conference 2016

Meeting in the Middle: Teacher and Doctor Collaboration in Waldorf Education with Alicia Landman-Reiner. February 18-20, 2016.

seal

Carving the Planetary Seals with Patrick Marooney

Carving Rudolf Steiner’s Planetary Seals in wood is a unique experience of shaping these archetypal forms in the warm, breathing material for which they were originally intended. June 22nd-July 3rd, 2015

veil painting

Veil Painting with Carla Schaareman

Veil Painting is a special way of working using very thin layers of pure color that allow a careful and gradual build up light filled images formed out of the color. June 22nd-July 3rd, 2015 and July 6th-July 17th, 2015

Meg Weber

Keeping the Heart in School

This teacher training was a transforming experience for me.  In addition to discovering the vast richness of the Waldorf curriculum, I went through a transformation in my artistic, personal and spiritual striving.  My growth and transformation continue with each year of teaching.
– Meg Weber-Gil, Class of 2002, 2nd Grade Teacher, Marin Waldorf School

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