Anthroposophy in New Zealand


Individuals from all walks of life actively engage in Anthroposophy and in so doing initiate activities and organisations that become the embodiment of Anthroposophical work in New Zealand.


An engaging voyage of discovery, both of the world and of oneself.

Biodynamic Agriculture

Rethinking conventional approaches to land management, soil management, food production, and animal care.

Health and Wellbeing

Looking at the unique make-up of an individual when prescribing therapies, medicines or treatments

Social Development & Enterprise

Working for good through anthroposophy.

“Anthroposophy is a pathway through life. It gives me a certain surety in terms of who I am and how I can function in the world and make sense of it.”

- Mark Geard

“It’s a way of understanding the human being in a holistic way.¬†Anthroposophy also means for me a very universal way of living in this world and connecting with many different people through it.”

- Silke Carter