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GEP's: Good Eurythmy Practice

The GEPs of Good Eurythmy Practice *

How to begin

  • Take time to arrive at yourself.
  • Allow your body to respond and notice how it feels being seen.

What to pay attention to

  • Don't lose yourself in the tasks. Stay connected with yourself.
  • Try to do what you understood. Avoid imitating what you see.
  • Trying is what matters. Your body will take care of the rest.
  • At the end of an exercise, let your arms come back to your center.
  • Allow your breath to respond and only then let go.

What to look out for

  • Try to perceive how counterflows are at work.
  • Allow the inner counterflows to arise through being present in your body.
  • Counterflows happen simultaneously, or as a result of letting go.
  • Have you experienced moments when you felt like you didn't do the movement yourself?
    Wonderful!
  • Do you notice becoming upright from an exercise.
    That's the aim!
  • Does your body express gratitude? In what way?
    Just notice it.

How to end

  • Keep alive what you have been doing and sit down mindfully.
  • Listen to what is resonating within your body.
  • It is not important that you have many perceptions while listening.
  • For example, ask yourself which shoulder feels wider or higher than the other?
  • Any little impression or inner feeling is equally important.
  • Allow yourself to be surprised!
  • Your body is a human being too!
  • Just like you, it gains strength when it feels seen.


* We use the term GEP (Good Eurythmy Practices) according to GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) regulations. GMP guidelines provide minimum requirements that a manufacturer must meet to prevent harm from occurring to the end user. The GEP guidelines care for the benefit of the practitioner.

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Tranquillity and Relaxation

After completing Package A you will know the exercises inside and out. Now you can do them in a relaxed manner and immerse yourself in the flow and context.

Because this approach brings a lot of tranquillity and relaxation, we usually recommend doing only one practice day per week during this phase, preferably on Saturday, and taking six weeks to complete this block of exercises. If you want to work at a more vigorous rhythm, you can do three sets a week and be done in two weeks.

We advise against daily practice in this phase, pausing and letting go is an essential part of the middle of something.

Duration: 6 or 2 weeks