Rhythm of life

Reinhard (left) and Cornelia Flatischler will beat the drum about Ta Ke Ti Na when they come to Bangalow soon.

For the first time in 10 years, Austrian Reinhard Flatischler, founder of the holistic group learning process known as Ta Ke Ti Na, and co-leader Cornelia Flatischler, will tour Australia holding workshops. As part of the tour, therell be a weekend Rhythm for Evolution workshop in Bangalow from March 7-9.

Developed more than 35 years ago, Ta Ke Ti Na leads participants to their innate rhythmic knowledge as rhythms are layered directly into the body through stepping, clapping and the voice. This simple, fun process is deeply relaxing and meditative, and requires no musical experience.

Ta Ke Ti Na is part of the curriculum at music conservatoriums throughout Europe, and most recently at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. It is part of theatre, dance companies and corporate training programs and is used in pain management and psychotherapy, as well as in prisons, drug rehabilitation programs and communication programs.

Ta Ke Ti Na comes to Australia via Melbourne percussionist Tania Bosak, who qualified as an advanced Ta Ke Ti Na teacher after eight years study in Vienna and the US.

Bookings are now open by phoning Tania on 0418 316 286 or email taketina@bosak.com.au.


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