Seeking Health: Exploring Questions of Gender, Sexuality and Technology in Our Time [May 10-11, Hardwick, VT]

With Lisa Romero: a workshop for educators, parents, health and mental health professionals, and anyone else who is drawn to this subject, focused on supporting the true nature of the individual human being from youth to adulthood.

Explore the need for new community responsibility in order to provide young people with guidance and encouragement in their growing sense of self. Consider the role and influence in our lives of technology, gender and sexuality, and mental health. Learn how young people can be respected by their communities and encouraged to choose a healthful path into adulthood. Finally, in exploring these themes, look at how our own inner work and self-development can strengthen us to model a healthful life.


  • $150 full conference (Friday lecture, Saturday full day, including meals)
  • $25 Friday lecture only

If finances are an issue please contact Julie: or 802-454-1569 We want the workshop to be accessible to all.

Conference Location: Heartbeet Lifesharing 218 Town Farm Rd, Hardwick, VT 05843

Directions: Coming from South: 14 north into Hardwick, Left at flashing light Right onto 14 North towards Craftsbury--go 3.2 miles and look for Town Farm Road (218 Town Farm Road) on the Right. Questions General: Hannah Schwartz 802-498-4180 or Eileen Jones 802-426-4550

Registration: Register on Eventbrite! or contact Laura MacDonald 802-472-3285

Accommodations: Kimball House B&B 802-472-6228 Craftsbury Outdoor Center 802-586-7767 Sunset Motor Inn 802-888-4956 Check for additional Hardwick listings
Participants may camp at Heartbeet Hill. Space is limited, register early. Cost per person is $20 per night. Contact:

LISA ROMERO is an internationally known speaker. We are extremely fortunate to have her come to Vermont during her North American speaking tour. Do not miss this rare opportunity to learn from someone of this international stature speaking on inner work and community development. She is the author of inner development books, a complementary health practitioner and an adult educator who has been offering healthcare and education courses enriched by anthroposophy since 1993. From 2006, the primary focus of her work has been on teaching inner development and anthroposophical meditation. Through the Inner Work Path, Lisa offers lectures, courses, and retreats for personal and professional development in communities and schools worldwide. Steiner Books has published The Inner Work Path, focusing on meditation practice, Developing the Self, written after years of working with Waldorf teachers to support their inner work and pedagogical understanding of child development, Living Inner Development, offering an understanding of the inner experiences and results of various inner development exercises, Sex Education and The Spirit, to help awaken an understanding of our communal responsibility for the healthy development of gender and sexuality within society, and Spirit-led Community, which introduces spiritually healthy guidelines for lessening the negative influence of technology on the inner life. For more information and to view her books, please visit:

Sponsored by the Green Mountain Branch of the Anthroposophical Society in America

We aspire to nurture the life of the whole human being, 
both in the individual and the community,
through initiatives inspired 
out of Anthroposophy.