Nourishing Narratives: Deepening the Relationship with Archetypes in the Circle and Story Work

Jun 17, 2024—Jun 21, 2024


Marin Waldorf School, 755 Idylberry Road, San Rafael, CA 94903

Cost $400

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Early Childhood Teacher Rejuvenation with the Keynote Speaker Lynn Turner

Universal truths live within archetypes. Waldorf Early Childhood educators draw inspiration from this wellspring of knowledge. Expanding the perspective of the archetypes allows to create and nurture a community of belonging for children, families, and ourselves.

Come this summer to find the way back to roots and develop a new and evolving North American perspective of this global and cosmic wisdom. Living into the archetypes, the rich diversity of stories and the joyful movement of circle will be explored.

Program Leaders: Diane David and Anna Rainville.
Singing with Christiaan Boele, speech with Christine Burke, music with Andrea Pronto, and eurythmy with Karen Gallagher.

Lynn Turner is a native Washingtonian, wife, and mother of two children. She is of mixed heritage and the proud descendant of enslaved African American people. She has been a culturally responsive early childhood educator, teacher trainer, and leader in the movement of Waldorf education in Northern America for over thirteen years. Lynn holds a BA in Fine Arts and a MAT in Early Childhood Education, and received her Waldorf Early Childhood Teaching Certificate in 2017. Lynn has been published in Gateways and has been a workshop presenter and keynote speaker at recent WECAN conferences. She was the Director and Core Faculty member of the Great Lakes Waldorf Institute, Early Childhood Training Cohort, 2020-2023. She is currently a second-year student in the Biography as Social Arts Training and currently serves as a WECAN Coordinator of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access.