about us
We are an international organisation based in Europe running both full trainings and shorter programmes worldwide promoting a new way of looking at movement education.

The aim of the International School for Bothmer® movement is to train people to professionally work with Bothmer movement. Through the understanding of the human organisation in its many levels, as practically experienced through Bothmer movement, a qualitative enhancement in the various professional fields in which people work with Bothmer movement will be possible.

what we do
Bothmer® Movement International embraces all training directions and streams that have been developed in Bothmer® Gymnastics through the cultural and personal identity of the people carrying them. This will strengthen the quality of the training and the students will greatly benefit.

Course participants will develop an understanding of the principles that lie behind human movement. The three planes and six directions of space and the qualities they generate. The relationship between inner and outer space and between imaginative and movement space.

Sport and active leisure is a huge part of modern day living, why? More people in Britain go to a gym on Sundays than go to church. What is driving this physical body culture?

We can come closer to answering these questions when we learn to move with and become familiar with the different qualities of the forces in the space around us. Re-educating the physical body and movement habits takes each participant through a subtle process of self-development.

The fundamental impulse of the course is derived from the work of the philosopher Rudolf Steiner, 1861 - 1925, who was responsible for many innovative ventures in medicine, agriculture, education and the arts.

Count Fritz von Bothmer developed the fundamental exercises in collaboration with Rudolf Steiner in the 1920's. Bothmer came to create these exercises through a profound understanding of the way spatial forces pass around and through the human being.

Bothmer® gymnastics formed the basis of the curriculum of the first Steiner Waldorf School in Stuttgart. The exercises trace, enhance and strengthen the developing consciousness of the growing person through the various stages of development.

For further information please contact:
Martin Baker - United Kingdom
2 The Cheverils , Priory Road, Forest Row, East Sussex RH18 5JA, UK
Telephone: +44 (0) 1342 826 677

Stephan Thilo - Deutschland
Karl-Bautz Str. 10 D-79312 Emmendingen
Telephone: +49 (0) 7641 9677631

Internationaler Berufsverband für Bothmer®-Gymnastik e.V.: 

  • International Bothmer Summer Intensive Week 16 - 22 July 2018 We are glad to announce that the international Bothmer Summer Intensive will be held from Monday 16 July 2018 - Sunday 22 July 2018 in Csongrád, Hungary. Arrival date is Sunday ...
    Posted 22 Nov 2017, 02:05 by Bothmer Movement International - UK
  • September 2017 to June 2018 Course dates in Forest Row 2017September 15th - 17thOctober 13th - 15thNovember 10th - 12thDecember 8th - 10th2018January 19th - 21stFebruary 9th - 11thMarch 9th - 11thApril 6th - 11th - Easter IntensiveMay ...
    Posted 14 Sep 2017, 05:17 by Bothmer Movement International - UK
  • Bothmer international summer intensive 2017 Lübeck - 24 July-30 July We are happy to announce that this year's  international summer intensive will take place in Lübeck, Germany from the 24 July-30 July. Arrival date is Sunday, 23 July ...
    Posted 8 Mar 2017, 13:31 by Bothmer Movement International - UK
  • BMI Easter Intensive 2017 - Forest Row The Easter Intensive in Forest Row will be held from 31 March 2017 (Friday evening 8pm) to 5 April (Wed at 12:30pm)We will have 1 day allocated to ...
    Posted 31 Dec 2016, 17:34 by Bothmer Movement International - UK
  • Applications form for Bothmer® Movement 4-year part-time course starting October 2016 in Forest Row, Sussex, UK. Please fill in the application form if you will be attending the Course
    Posted 15 Aug 2016, 12:22 by Bothmer Movement International - UK
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