San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
SUMMER INTENSIVES is a program for the public organized and run by the Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training. Our intensives this year constitute a rich and broad offering of courses designed to engage, inspire, nourish and develop your self, teacher, school and community.
Class sizes limited. Register early.
Due to grant funding, we are able to offer a 50% discount on the registration fees for both the Breath of Fresh Air Intensive AND the Teaching Grades 3-4-5 Intensive. If you sign up via Eventbrite, we will refund you 1/2 of the registration fees on the first day of class. Alternatively, you can call the office at 415-479-4400 to register at 1/2 price.
• Registration deadline for all sessions is June 1, 2014
• Late fee for registrations received after June 1 is $25
• Cancellations after June 1, will be refunded 90% of the course registration fee only
• No refunds for cancellations received after classes begin
Onsite Waldorf childcare is available daily. Please contact Jennifer Dye at 415.479.4400 or email@example.com for details.
Morning snack with coffee and tea is provided daily.
Participants may bring a lunch or dine out. A list of local establishments will be provided at check in.
We recommend the following lodging facilities in San Rafael:
North Bay Inn San Rafael
855 East Francisco Blvd, San Rafael, CA 94901
415.456.8620 | northbayinn.com
101 McInnis Parkway, San Rafael, CA 94903
415.499.9222 | embassysuites.com
1735 Lincoln Ave, San Rafael, CA 94901
415.578.2827 | marinlodge.com
Four Points Sheraton
1010 Northgate Drive, San Rafael, CA 94903
415.479.8800 | fourpointssanrafael.com
For more information about childcare, meals or lodging, please contact Jennifer Dye at 415.479.4400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
When & Where
Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training
The Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training was founded in 2001 by students seeking an in-depth Waldorf teacher program. The Center offers a Waldorf Teacher Training Certificate Program during the academic year; Summer Intensives in Waldorf pedagogy and related topics for the public, and Community Enrichment Classes, Workshops, and Lectures throughout the year.