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Teachers and students in the opening of the first year of a new anthroposophic music therapy training in Israel.

Teachers and students in the opening of the first year of a new anthroposophic music therapy training in Israel.

By Yael Barak, Harduf, Israel

Marlise Maurer, from Switzerland, and Yael Barak, from Israel, have begun an anthroposophic music therapy training in Israel.  A group of 17 students from Israel, pictured above, finished their first year of training and the second year is underway.  This is part of a new initiative, the Tal Hama (Mercury Dew), Therapeutic Center for Cancer Patients in Harduf, Israel. The training is given once a month as a block of intensive 2-3 days, and will last three years.  It is the first one in Israel, and we are very excited about it!  To learn more about Tal Hama, see our brochure here.