was born in 1964, and works as a eurythmist. Since 1995, he has worked at the Rudolf Steiner School in Hamburg-Bergstedt, teaching eurythmy to middle and high school students. In 2003, he completed training as a consultant and organizational development specialist at Trigon, and continues to manage consultation projects in Germany and abroad even today.
From 2010-2015, he coordinated the Eurythmy Pedagogical Research project at the Alanus-Hochschule in Alfter, where he continues to work as both a researcher and a lecturer for the Vitaleurythmie certification course.
He was a co-founder and lecturer of “4.D – raum für eurythmische ausbildung und kunst”, a eurythmy-training program (BA) in Hamburg (2007-2013).
Michael Werner contributed to “Den eigenen Eurythmieunterricht erforschen” (“Exploring one’s own eurythmy pedagogy”) edited by Stefan Hasler and Charlotte Heinritz (2014), and to “Erziehungskünstlerische Motive verwirklichen” edited by Gisela Beck, Stefan Hasler, Axel Föller-Mancini (2016) and to “Pädagogischer Auftrag und Unterrichtsziele” (Curriculum of eurythmie in education) edited by Tobias Richter (2016).
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