What is eurythmy?

When the original Waldorf School was founded, Rudolf Steiner included eurythmy among the core subjects from the beginning. It is exclusively taught in Waldorf schools and has a unique position within the curriculum. Eurythmy is an art of movement that engages the whole human being, artistically integrating inner experiences of music and speech with physical movement and gestures. 

In eurythmy, the inner movement that gives rise to speech and music is transformed and externalized into specific and meaningful movements.

Eurythmy also works with the polarities of levity and gravity
and is essentially an artistic process.