Gillian Schoemaker

Gillian has been connected with the Camphill Movement since 1972. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art and Design and has diplomas in Eurythmy, Waldorf Eurythmy pedagogy, and Therapeutic Eurythmy. Gillian is an experienced teacher and eurythmy therapist with both typical children and children and adults with developmental disabilities and other illnesses.

She is an adjunct faculty member in the Therapeutic Eurythmy Training in North America (TETNA) and has served on the Board of Directors of the Association for Therapeutic Eurythmy in North America (ATHENA) for many years; she is also an adjunct faculty member of the Training Course in Anthroposophic Psychology. In addition, Gillian has taught eurythmy in many different settings both in the United States and Europe, including the Philosophy department of the University of Athens, Greece. Her responsibilities in the Camphill Academy include mentoring practicum students, and carrying the study of Knowledge of Higher Worlds, one of Rudolf Steiner’s fundamental books.

Contact

gschoemaker@camphill.edu