Summer Courses to Rekindle The Flame 
In Arts, Anthroposophy and Teaching 


Monday, June 26 - Friday, June 30 and 
Monday, July 3 - Friday July 7, 2017


Get ready to be inspired, guided, and renewed! 


Each summer participants from around North America gather in Seattle for week-long intensives on a variety of subjects. In renewing and inspiring lessons, teachers prepare themselves for the coming year along with colleagues and friends in a relaxed, festive and supportive atmosphere. 

Our Summer Intensive courses and workshops are designed for current, new, or prospective Waldorf teachers and anyone looking to learn or deepen their knowledge of Anthroposophy. 

Please click on the links below for detailed course descriptions, faculty biographies, cost and to register. All prices include our Earlybird Discount. The Earlybird Discount available until May 7, 2017. All prices increase after May 7, 2017. 

Discounts are available to schools sending 4 or more teachers to a week-long program.  Please contact Kimberley Hiner, information@soundcircle.org to inquire.

Coursework is completed in north Seattle at the Seattle Waldorf School, High School Campus, 7777 62nd Ave NE, Seattle, 98115

Offerings at a Glance

The Healing Tools of Waldorf Education, with Dr. Michaela Gloeckler

Social Art of the Waldorf Early Childhood Teacher

The Healing Art of Waldorf Education - Grades 1 and 2

We invite you to join us at Sound Circle Center this summer. 

Questions?  Contact: Kimberley Hiner, Administrator, information@soundcircle.org

Early Registration Discounts available until May 7, 2017   Coursework is completed in north Seattle at the Seattle Waldorf School, High School Campus, 7777 62nd Ave NE, Seattle, 98115

Course Cancelations

Sound Circle Center reserves the right to cancel any offering at any time. If Sound Circle cancels, all registrants will be notified and will receive a full refund. If the registrant cancels, he or she will receive a full refund less any non-refundable registration fee. Sound Circle reserves the right to make faculty substitutions when necessary.