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Resilience and Strength - Background Information

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The five influenza prophylaxis exercises of eurythmy therapy.

Five central eurythmy therapy exercises that make the rhythmic system more resistant, strengthen breathing and circulation and thus make us more resilient and healthier.

Here you can see Theodor answering live over 40 questions related to the Resilience and Strength course. Some are more general, found in the Fundamental Questions section, and many are related to the five specific eurythmy therapy exercises. You may want to return to this portion of the course once you get to each of the exercises.

In the introduction section you will find information related to the exercises and to how to approach eurythmy online.


Yes and No

Where does Yes and No originate-
Where does Yes and No originate?
0:55
Why do I return in a straight line-
Why do I return in a straight line?
2:02
When do I inhale and exhale-
When do I inhale and exhale?
1:43
Does my weight rest on both feet equally-
Does my weight rest on both feet equally?
1:23
Do the feet touch the floor-
Do the feet touch the floor?
1:43
Do I speak the words Yes and No-
Do I speak the words Yes and No?
1:18
Can the legs be changed-
Can the legs be changed?
1:40

Sympathy and Antipathy

What is this exercise about-
What this exercise is about
2:04
Why  is the left leg the supporting leg-
Why the left leg is the supporting one
2:03
Where do I put the chair-
Where do I put the chair? What are the hands doing?
2:08
Why don't we switch legs for Sympathy and Antipathy-
Why don't we switch legs for Sympathy and Antipathy?
2:52
Why do we move the leg so slowly-
Why do we move the leg so slowly
2:56
Why do I feel  antipathy when doing Sympathy-
Why do I feel antipathy when doing Sympathy
2:54
My legs wobble the whole time
My legs wobble the whole time
2:05
How do the streams move in antipathy-
How do the streams move in antipathy?
3:05
Do you always pause halfway through
Is the foot dragging on the floor? Do you always pause halfway through?
2:16
Do I place my foot completely-
Do I place my foot completely?
1:41
Antipathy's relation to the Ei-gesture
Antipathy's relation to the Ei-gesture
3:55

Love and E

What do the feet do-
What do the feet do
1:28
Why do I want  to rest in the middle of the sequence-
Why do I want to rest in the middle of the sequence
2:50
The big E-gesture and the  Love-gesture
The big E-gesture and the Love-gesture
1:13
Love and E The culmination of the five exercises
Love and E The culmination of the five exercises
2:18
How to get from the Love to the E-gesture
How to get from the Love to the E-gesture
0:48
How slow should the Love- gesture be-
How slow should the Love-gesture be?
1:18
Do I feel the O when
Do I feel the O when I do Love?
2:17

Hope and U

Why do I turn the hands for U-
Why do I turn the hands for U?
1:24
How straight are the knees-
How straight are the knees?
1:09
Do you speak the sound U-
Do you speak the sound U?
1:25
Are the toes lifted  up all the time-
Are the toes lifted up all the time?
3:33

A-H and Reverence

How do I activate the reverence stream-
How do I activate the reverence stream?
2:12