The tools we use include coordinated sequences of movements, trainer-led exercises, small-group discussions, mindfulness, self-reflection and reflection on our experiences, creativity techniques, and short presentations. Depending on what we focus on thematically and in our exercises, Vitaleurythmie may have a variety of objectives and effects: it can release tension, activate and improve social perception skills, and clear up sleep disorders, as well as supporting team skills and improving group performance. You will experience deep physical and mental relaxation, and a marked sense of slowing down. You will develop greater awareness of group processes, making them easier to handle.
These Vitaleurythmie movement exercises utilize the principle of the powers of the four elements of nature: fire, water, air, and earth.
Vitaleurythmie takes eurythmy one step further: it incorporates elements of eurythmy, varies them, and builds upon them with a focus on stress, regeneration and revitalization.