TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process TaKeTiNa Teacher Training in action – FREE WORKSHOPS open to public participation.
FREE with prior booking.
No experience necessary
We welcome you to take part in the first TakeTiNa Teacher training Assessments in Melbourne this October.
There will be x3 teacher assessment sessions over 2 days with TaKeTiNa teachers and guided by Master teacher, Tania Bosak.
Participants will have the opportunity to experience the TaKeTiNa process as well as the training process in action in this unique setting.
All sessions are free with prior booking and numbers are limited.
Book into one or all 3 sessions.
See more about TaKeTiNa below
October 5, and October 6, 2019
TIMES AND SESSIONS
x3 sessions book into one or all sessions.
**Saturday 5th October
Session 1. 10.30 to 1 pm
Session 2. 2 pm – 4.30pm
**Sunday 6th October
Session 3. 1.30 to 4.30 pm
LOCATION: Melbourne Polytechnic. 101 Yarra Bend Rd, Fairfield VIC
email bookings and more details here
TaKeTiNa Rhythm Method originated from asking the question of how those no longer “in touch with rhythm” could learn and experience it authentically and effectively. TaKeTiNa was first developed in 1970 by Austrian musician and composer Reinhard Flatischler. Today, it is offered in open workshops, used in university music departments, clinics, in therapeutic practices, in drama schools, in pain therapy, and in the corporate sector.
TaKeTiNa is one of the most efficient learning methods available today. It is a process for activating human and musical potential through rhythm, and a path in which musical learning always goes hand in hand with personal development.
TaKeTiNa is pure rhythm and meditation, a profoundly transformational and unique process. It requires no musical experience and is an extremely playful and joyous way of entering into the archetypal foundations of rhythms that exist in all music. Complex poly-rhythms and cross-rhythms form the basis of the process as it utilises the body by stepping, clapping and singing to generate a complex and rich rhythmic choir which leads participants into states of relaxation, inner presence and awareness. The process presents opportunities for fun, spontaneity, self-observation, musical expression, reflection and time to rest.
TaKeTiNa is a registered trademark and can only be conducted by registered and certified teachers.