Taketina Rhythm Process 3 Day Retreat
September 14 - September 16
For the first time in Australia, Pulse Rhythm will present a 3-day TaKeTiNa Rhythm Body and Voice residential retreat facilitated by
The TaKeTiNa process forms the foundation of this retreat which will also include body & breath work, frame drum meditations and a Saturday evening meditation concert.
The workshop will also be framed by Don Miguel Ruiz’s, FIVE AGREEMENTS, which will invite a powerful code of conduct that can transform our lives to a new experience of freedom, acceptance and deep reflection.
WHAT IS TaKeTiNa?
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 rhythm 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. This three-day residential format allows participants time to integrate that which has been stimulated and sink deeper into relaxation, thus expanding the possibilities of a deeper awareness of one’s musical and human potential.
About Tania Bosak
Tania has worked for more than 30 years as an actor, musician, producer, composer and highly regarded teacher across the arts and music education. She recently certified as a Master TaKeTiNa teacher after more than 20 years training, teaching and working with the TaKeTiNa Process.
Tania is currently undertaking research in the clinical applications of TaKeTiNa and continues to work actively with the TaKeTiNa Institute and founder Reinhard Flatischler. This has included Teacher trainings, public workshops, drum and percussion courses between Australia and Europe as well as future planning for the wider TaKeTiNa field.
She holds a BA in Performing Arts, Contemporary Dance and Education, and completed further training in music, acting, and movement at the John Bolton Theatre School in 1993. As a certified solution-focused counsellor and hypnotherapist, Tania continues to work closely with her teachers and mentors Stephen Gilligan and Rob McNeilly at The Milton H Erickson Institute of Tasmania in association with CET [The Centre of Effective Therapy].
About Justin Holland
Justin is a graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts and has spent over 25 years as a professional musician and educator. He is a founding member of bands such as Ping and Down Town Brown and has performed and toured with many artists including Meow Meow, Don Burrows, The Dilapidated Diva, Brazjazz and Julie O’Hara.
Justin also trained as a dancer and has much experience working in theatre and dance with companies such as Snuff Puppets, Legs on a Wall, Back to Back theatre, Bird On A Wire and La Soirée and Polyglot theatre.
Justin is a qualified Yoga teacher and has practiced Yoga and Contact Improvisation dance for over 20 years. Currently Justin works full time as the Musical Director/ Choreographer for Somebody’s Daughter Theatre, creating raw and powerful theatre in women’s prisons and with at risk youth.
In 2018 Justin completed a three year TaKeTiNa teacher training with founder Reinhard Flatischler after receiving an Australia Council professional development grant.
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