The Anthroposophical Society in America (ASA) supports and furthers the work of Rudolf Steiner in the United States. We are an open membership organization that fosters self-development and inspired social engagement. Anthroposophy is a discipline of research as well as a path of knowledge, service, personal growth, and social engagement. Introduced and developed by Rudolf Steiner, it is concerned with all aspects of human life and spirit, and with humanity’s future evolution and well-being.






The Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA) is a nonprofit membership organization of independent Waldorf schools and institutes in Canada, the United States, and Mexico. The Association was founded in 1968 to support schools and institutes. Our vision is to strengthen and nurture Waldorf education and to advance Waldorf principles worldwide. Today, there are greater than 1,090 Waldorf / Steiner schools in 64 countries, and 1,857 Waldorf kindergartens in more than 70 countries, plus Waldorf associations and teacher-training centers for Waldorf educators and Waldorf teachers around the world. In North America, there are more than 160 member schools and 14 teacher education institutes.

 AWSNA’s mission is to support schools through collaborative regional work, professional and resource development, accreditation, community outreach, and advocacy. The Association’s work is based on four core values. These values are: • Evoke and develop Quality and Integrity in everything we attempt and achieve • Promote Strength and Resourcefulness in every school community • Foster, encourage, and support inspired Leadership and Colleagueship • Work towards conscious and collaborative human Community and Relationship



 Steiner Health

Steiner Health was founded in 1997 as a non-profit organization with goals to establish a community medical practice, an inpatient anthroposophic treatment center, an innovative economic model of primary care and clinical training for students in medicine and the therapies. The Rudolf Steiner Health Center offers a variety of programs and is the only inpatient anthroposophic medical clinic in the United States.





Steiner Books

SteinerBooks is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational publisher whose mission it is to share leading thoughts from experts around the world in integrative child and family health, education, nutrition, spirituality, and social innovation.



 Sunbridge Institute

Sunbridge Institute is an independent, not-for-profit adult learning community. Sunbridge offers world-renowned Waldorf teacher education programs, along with professional development and general interest courses and workshops on Waldorf teaching, Waldorf Education, organizational leadership, and the arts. The teachings of Rudolf Steiner, the founder of Waldorf Education, are at the heart of the Sunbridge mission, and we are dedicated to the support of Waldorf Education in North America.



 Great Lakes Waldorf Institute

Offering Waldorf teacher development and anthroposophical adult enrichment opportunities to cultivate the capacities in the individual that can lead to personal and cultural renewal. We are glad you found us.



The Goetheanum is located in Dornach near Basel in Switzerland. The Goetheanum serves as the center of the worldwide Anthroposophical Society and the seat of the School of Spiritual Science. With approximately 150,000 visitors annually, nearly 200 conferences of varying sizes, and a diverse offering of cultural events, the Goetheanum is dedicated to serving the spirit of the time with a thoughtful, human-oriented approach that can respond to the manifold and pressing inner and outer questions of the day.





Physicians’ Association for Anthroposophic Medicine
MDs, DOs, NPs, PAs, and current students of these disciplines can support the effort to sustain and expand anthroposophic medicine in North America by becoming a member of the Physicians’ Association for Anthroposophic Medicine (PAAM). As a member, you are automatically included within the membership of our umbrella organizations:  the Association for Anthroposophic Medicine and Therapies in America (AAMTA) and the International Federation of Anthroposophic Medical Associations (IVAA) in Dornach, Switzerland. 

PAAM members receive (by email) the PAAM Medical Letter (four times yearly), the PAAM General Newsletter (twice yearly), as well as early notice and discounts on conferences and distance learning courses. NDs and ND students are encouraged to join the Society for Physicians of Anthroposophic Naturopathy (SPAN). PAAM also sponsors a repository website for articles relating to Anthroposophic medicine at



AnthroMed Library
AnthroMedLibrary is a repository website for articles relating to Anthroposophic medicine. This site is sponsored by The Physicians’ Association for Anthroposophic Medicine (PAAM).



The IVAA, or Internationale Vereinigung Anthroposophischer Ärztegesellschaften/ International Federation of Anthroposophic Medical Associations, promotes the recognition of anthroposophic medicine and its implementation in healthcare systems. Our vision is a world where the benefits of anthroposophic medicine are widely recognized, and where patients and doctors have ready access to complementary anthroposophic medicines and treatments that improve healthcare outcomes. The IVAA’s four main strategic objectives are to: 1. Promote the visibility and recognition of anthroposophic medicine 2. Ensure the availability of Anthroposophic Medicinal Products (AMPs) 3. Contribute to the quality of healthcare through the implementation of anthroposophic medicine into healthcare systems 4. Contribute to a thriving Integrative Medicine movement



Anthroposophic Health Association
Anybody interested in Anthroposophic Medicine and Therapies can join the Anthroposophic Health Association. Joining the Anthroposophic Health Association helps support dissemination of information about anthroposophic therapeutics to the patients that use them and to the health professionals that provide them.






Eurythmy Spring Valley
Nestled into the rolling hills of our campus is the oldest anthroposophical community in the U.S. The land was bought in 1926 to provide a biodynamic garden for the then café in Carnegie Hall, and has since seen the building of many anthroposophical institutions. On the property, besides our center for eurythmy, is the largest Waldorf School in North America, an elder-care facility, a Waldorf teacher training, and a Biodynamic training, among others.   Eurythmy Spring Valley is comprised of  the internationally known performing Ensemble and the highly respected School of Eurythmy, which offers both full-time and part-time training leading to a variety of careers in eurythmy (a rich, expressive art form that gives expression to the whole voice of the human being and the world language, through movement, color and form).



Mercury Press
Mercury Press is a small Non-Profit publisher and print shop located at the Fellowship Community, originating in the 1970s to foster continuing education in the study of anthroposophical literature. Since many of Rudolf Steiner’s significant lectures had yet to be translated and printed in English, this became part of our work and provided material for unfolding the community’s spiritual life.

 Mercury Press is a “work activity group”, providing educational, economic, social and therapeutic experiences in the editing, printing, binding, collating and shipping of books to interested English-speaking people all over the world. This activity, in turn, produces funds which enable us to care for the elderly members at a cost far below more conventional homes for the aging. 

Today, we work on a wider range of subjects beyond translations of Rudolf Steiner’s books and lectures, including new medical arts, education titles, philosophic thoughts and much more. We invite you to read our publications to consider the timeless wisdom of Anthroposophy. 

Also, we welcome you to let us know your thoughts as well while reviewing our offerings and we always appreciate any donations you may feel appropriate to help either our printing endeavors or our continuous care of the elders who live with us here at the Fellowship.



International Association of Anthroposophic Pharmacists
The IAAP is an umbrella organisation that wishes to act as a center of information for anthroposohic pharmacists and to share best practice worldwide.

Information and research on Rudolf Steiner lectures, organizations, and anthroposophy.



Quarterly journal and website about Anthroposophic medicine which includes directory of practitioners.


Biodynamic Association

The Biodynamic Association awakens and enlivens co-creative relationships between humans and the earth, transforming the practice and culture of agriculture to renew the vitality of the earth, the integrity of our food, and the health and wholeness of our communities.



Waldorf Books

Site to review, search, and purchase Waldorf School-inspired and supported books.



Rudolf Steiner College
Steiner College’s official website is a resource for the organization’s notifications, newsletter sign-up, and links.

Click here for a biography of Ita Wegman.

Here for more on
Anthroposophical Medicine.

And here to access the AnthroMedLibrary.