Celebrating 25 Years of Anthroposophic Medicine in Ann Arbor
Using holistic methods, nature based remedies, innovative direct care and in-patient intensive treatments.
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Integrative medicine, supported by our community.
Steiner Health is a 501(c)3 nonprofit based on the principle of community supported anthroposophic medicine. We both rely on and serve our community of patients, donors, and volunteers. We founded a first of its kind, sliding scale patient organization. We work on projects concerning health and education in southeast Michigan, and we price our programs to be as accessible as possible.
“We start with a biography to understand the context of the illness. Then we use all the tools, nutrition, complementary therapies, plant based medicine and conventional medicine if necessary.”
For Chronic Illness, cancer, or wellness
Join us for a Life Force Intensive Session
Held at the Health Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan, our two week session is designed for patients with chronic illness and cancer. Daily therapies, group activities, and family style vegetarian organic meals help you feel cared for and give you the energy to heal. Doctors visits and evening educational programming bring focus to your medical plan.
Health Center Programs
Life Force Intensive Session
Two Week Retreat
Designed for patients with chronic illnesses, cancer, or anyone seeking to restore their life forces. This session offers full spectrum care along with the curative forces of peace and community.
Supervised Fasting Weekend
A weekend fasting session with juicing, meditation, art, and other alternative forms of nourishment. Come fast with us in a safe environment, fully supervised with instruction by our medical director Molly McMullen-Laird, MD.
One Week Program
The perfect introduction to antroposophic healthcare, our youth seminar teaches ages 18-30 the basics and gives them a chance to put them into practice for a good cause.
It has been a total joy to be able to be here for two weeks. Everyone is so kind, pleasant, and nonjudgmental. You make us feel totally excepted no matter what we do or say. I have felt like I was in a cocoon of love. The whole program is wonderful.
I enjoyed all the different kinds of nourishment, the social interaction, the variety of experiences. The staff couldn’t be better! Attention to detail and teaching/facilitating styles added to a relaxing while challenging weekend. The colors in the soups and juices were spectacular!
What is Anthroposophic Medicine?
Working with Nature for Your Health
Anthroposophic medicine is a form of medical practice developed by Rudolf Steiner that combines spiritual insight with practical diagnosis and healing to address the body as a whole. Conventional and complementary practices are integrated with homeopathics, plant medicines, and natural remedies to create holistic treatments. Over time, other therapeutic disciplines such as art, music, massage, and movement therapy have developed within the broader anthroposophic practice.