In 1921, Rudolf Steiner gave a series of lectures on curative eurythmy. Over the subsequent years, as advice was sought in particular cases of illness, he added to the initial exercises and indications. For the benefit of those who did not attend the original courses, Dr Kirchner-Bockholt published the basic principles, along with an authentic collection of Steiner's advice.
This is Dr Kirchner-Bockholt's comprehensive handbook. It is both a guide for curative eurythmists in their work, and an introduction to the therapy for the general practitioner.