FEBRUARY PUBLIC WORKSHOP WITH BETTY STALEY
As we live through the decades of our lives, we also experience seasons – time of gestation, times of sprouting seeds, times of flowering, times of deepening, and times of reflection as we prepared for new growth. To everything there is a season. How can we benefit from recognizing and working with a particular season in the picture of our life as well as connecting with the picture of the cycles of a year? We will take these thoughts into a breakout session and then share with the entire group as we gain insight into our own cycles.
The cost for each monthly workshop is at a sliding scale of $25.00 – $100.00
Each monthly workshop on Zoom includes small group exercises and reflections shared in the full group. We will use artistic and imaginative exercises to open up biographical experiences. And, we will practice listening deeply.
Our monthly workshops are not recorded.
Betty Staley has been a Waldorf teacher and adult educator for over fifty years. She pioneered the Sacramento Waldorf High School teaching English literature and history. One of the founders of Rudolf Steiner College, she directed the Waldorf High School Teacher Education Program and was instrumental in helping to found a number of Waldorf high schools. She is an international lecturer on Waldorf education, adolescence, and parenting. She is the author of eight books including two on adolescence, and one on middle school, Tending the Spark, Lighting the Future for Middle School Students. Her latest books are Africa, a Guide for Teachers and Families, third edition and Between Form and Freedom, Raising a Teenager, 3rd edition.