Anthroposophy, Art, and Teacher Education

About

The Alkion Center for Adult Education offers Foundation Studies in Anthroposophy, Waldorf Teacher Education, independent visual arts courses, and week long Summer Courses. Grounded in the path of inner development outlined by Rudolf Steiner, these offerings strive to awaken the individual to the working of the spirit in the human being, nature, and society. We enjoy 500 acres of surrounding Biodynamic® farmland and are part of a vital community of educational, agricultural, artistic, therapeutic, and cultural initiatives that comprise Hawthorne Valley Association. Great natural beauty and the diversity of progressive endeavors create an ideal setting for studies related to personal and social development, the arts, and education for all ages. We welcome you to join us in these pursuits!

The Alkion Center is recognized by AWSNA, WECAN, and the International Association for Steiner/Waldorf Early Childhood Education – IASWECE.

Mission Statement

The Alkion Center for Adult Education is committed to preparing students to become Waldorf teachers, or to pursue other vocations in service to cultural renewal, out of an anthroposophical worldview and the sources of creative pedagogy. Our mission is to provide guidance and practice in the philosophical, contemplative, moral, artistic, and practical capacities needed to become self directed, fully developed human beings and educators.