Eurythmy Faculty


Brigida Baldszun

eurythmy THERAPIST

Brigida Baldszun, an independent working eurythmist, was born and educated in Europe where she began her career.  She has taught eurythmy in Waldorf schools in Europe, the US, South Africa, Russia, and India. She also performs, both as a soloist and with the Mystery Dramas by Rudolf Steiner. Her background also includes training in therapeutic eurythmy. 

Cezary Ciaglo


Originally from Poland, Cezary was 10 years old when he was sent to public ballet school in Warsaw. He studied there for nine years, followed by 10 years as a dancer with the Grand Theatre of Warsaw. In his early 20s, Cezary developed an interest in anthroposophy and went to Hanover, Germany, to learn eurythmy.  After five years of study, Cezary brought this art form to Poland, becoming the first Polish eurythmist since WWII. After several years teaching eurythmy in Poland’s public and private schools (including Waldorf), Cezary moved to the United States in the early '90s, working at Waldorf schools in Olympia, WA, and Keene, NH.  He has also been a longtime adjunct faculty member at Antioch New England's Waldorf Teacher Education program.

An active member of the Anthroposophical Society for the last 30 years, Cezary’s passions include magic and fencing.  He owns a baseball card collection featuring 20,000 cards.

Laura Radefeld


Four-year artistic eurythmy training, Eurythmy Spring Valley; Waldorf Teacher Training, Emerson College

Laura has taught in Waldorf schools throughout North America and joined the Green Meadow faculty in 2010. Laura teaches eurythmy to grades 7 through 12, is 11th grade class advisor, international student coordinator, and Chair of the Collegium. Laura is also part of the interim administrative team for the 2019-20 school year. Laura is a faculty member of the Center for Anthroposophy, and Eurythmy Spring Valley's Pedagogical Eurythmy training.

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