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TaKeTiNa Rhythm workshop HOBART – April 2023
April 1, 2023 - April 2, 2023
TaKeTiNa Rhythm workshop HOBART – TASMANIA
A 2 day intensive workshop co-led by Master teacher Tania Bosak and Advanced teacher Christina Giudici will take place in Hobart, Tasmania on the 1st and 2nd of April 2023.
“Reignite the fire in your heart. Live on purpose.” — Dawna Markova
Rhythm for Renewal – 2 day workshop Hobart, Tasmania
A rhythm and meditation workshop for mind-body coherence, rest and renewal.
CO-LED by Master TakeTiNa teacher Tania Bosak and Advanced teacher Christina Giudici
Welcome to Rhythm for Renewal, an experiential TaKeTiNa© Rhythm and Meditation workshop, where the body becomes the instrument. Guided journeys in rhythm, voice, movement and visualisation invite states of timelessness, deep rhythmic flow and an exhilarating inner silence.
It is through this rhythmic process of focused attention that we are able to unlock restorative and contemplative states, encouraging more harmony with our thoughts, intentions, and actions. – Tania Bosak, Musician/Actor, Master TaKeTiNa teacher.
About TaKeTiNa© Rhythm Process – What is TaKeTiNa®?
In TaKeTiNa® music, movement, communication, and chaos theory are integrated to create a unique process for learning and transformation.
The TaKeTiNa® process promotes inner presence, creativity, musicality, and an awareness of the patterns that inhibit our lives and relationships. TaKeTiNa® requires no musical experience and invites participants to go at their own pace.
TaKeTiNa© as founded by Reinhard Flatischler / More information www.taketina.com.au and www.taketina.com
WORKSHOP PROGRAM DETAILS
WHEN: Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd April 2023 ( please note the workshop cannot be taken in part, and forms part of a deeper pratice which will unfold over several months after the weekend. We are therefroe unable to accommodate those who are unable to make the full two days.
$225 Early rate for the first 10 people who book and pay in full!
$235 early bird limited to 10! ( first the next 10 people who book and pay in full)
$245 student concession and retirees
REFUND POLICY full refunds apply for cancellations up to 30 days prior to the event (1st of March).Cancellations after 30 days incur a $80 booking fee. In the event that the workshop is unable to go ahead due to COVID restrictions, all payments will be refunded in full. If you are feeling unwell and have tested positive for COVID full refunds apply
SATURDAY 1st 10.00am to 6.00pm (Lunch 1.00pm to 3.00pm) (downstairs hall Sat and Sun).
SUNDAY 2nd : 10am to 5.00pm (Lunch 1pm to 2.30pm)
LOCATION: 6 Evans St, Hobart, TAS, Australia, Tasmania
VENUE WEBSITE: https://www.nayriniaragoodspirit.com/about-us
ABOUT THE LEADERS
In 2018, Tania graduated with a TaKeTiNa Master Rhythm Teacher Certificate after studying and practicing the process for 20 years. In Australia and Europe she assisted and taught at TaKeTiNa Teacher Trainings, drumming and percussion workshops with the founder of the process Reinhard Flatischler, from 2010 to 2022.
A passionate educator and workshop leader across the arts, Tania has worked for over 34 years in Australia and abroad as an actor, musician, producer, composer, musical director and theatre director. As a specialist in music and performance teaching/training, Tania has also taught at various universities, including Victoria University, Melbourne University, Latrobe University, Melbourne Polytechnic, and most recently at Brussels Conservatorium, Belgium.
Tania holds a BA in Performing Arts, Contemporary Dance, and Education, and completed further acting training at the John Bolton Theatre School in 1993. She has a Diploma in Solution-Focused Counselling and trained as a Generative Trance therapist at the Institute of Applied Psychology (IAP). www.taniabosak.com.
Christina owns and runs a small business in Tasmania called FIMBY (Food In My Back Yard) which provides advice and hands on help for people wanting to grow their own food. Interspersed with that she does consulting work with Renewable Energy developers around Australia and SouthEast Asia, in environmental management and community engagement. Christina and her partner are also spending any spare weekends planting trees, nuts, berries, vegetables, herbs, windbreaks and vines, and building fences, at their farm and forest at Bream Creek, southeast of Hobart.
Christina began studying Taketina with Reinhard Flatischler in 2005, completing the three year Basic level teacher training held near Portland, Oregon. She completed her Advanced training with Reinhard in Berkeley, California, in 2011. She runs regular public Taketina workshops in and around Hobart, Tasmania, with other certified teachers, and regularly travels interstate to work with and support other teachers.