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TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process – Melbourne

February 12, 2021 - March 14, 2021

TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process 2021

Rhythm – Resilience – Reflection TaKeTiNa Australian Workshop Tour 2021 with Master Facilitator Tania Bosak

In 2021 Master TaKeTiNa facilitator Tania Bosak will be presenting a series of intensive TaKeTiNa Rhythm Meditation and Mindfulness workshops with a focus on well-being, deep rest and resilience.

The workshops are offered in an experiential format with a focus on using rhythm, movement and sound to navigate back to balance and open the doorway to the creative consciousness where you can explore your own personal focus or point of concentration: be it for your health and well-being, personal/professional goals, or to simply be guided to deep restful states for healing and rejuvenation.

Note the workshops are conducted at different times with different offerings on each day/evening.

The Friday evening sessions are offered as tasters, and if you are new to the process this can be the perfect way to dip your toes and experience a ‘taste’ of TaKeTiNa. The intensive process includes Friday and Saturday, (1.5 days) or for the 2-days in Melbourne, Friday (evening), Saturday (full-day) and Sunday (afternoon).

*Due to COVID safety and social distancing, the workshops will be run with limited numbers and with a COVID safety plan in place. If the workshops are unable to proceed due to further lock-downs or restrictions, all tickets will be fully refunded.

MELBOURNE – CLIFTON HILL 2 day workshop 12 – 13 – 14 Feb

Leader Tania Bosak & co-leader Belinda Cody 

LOCATION – MAIN HALL Community Church of St Mark 100 Hodgkinson St,
Clifton Hill. Website: www.communitychurchofstmark.org


Feb 12th (evening) 7.00 pm to 9.30 pm

Feb 13th (full-day) 11 am – 6.30 pm

Feb 14th (afternoon) 1 pm to 4 pm RE-INTEGRATION – TaKeTiNa rhythm/frame drum meditation, and guided sound immersion for weekend participants only) all instruments are supplied, and the session integrates rhythm journeys experienced in prior sessions.


Friday introduction session only $35

Friday and Saturday $150

Friday, Saturday and Sunday (includes the Friday session) $170



ABOUT  Tania Bosak 

Expressive Arts for healing and change form the focus and the foundation of Tania’s therapeutic practice as she combines more than 30 years of professional training in the arts as an actor, musician, dancer, Master TaKeTiNa Teacher and her ongoing study and research of non-ordinary states of consciousness.

She continues to conduct a range of open public workshops internationally which include; Active Rhythm Meditation, TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process, and Expressive Arts for Healing and Creativity and will be offering the 4th TaKeTiNa Teacher Training in Australia in 2023. Tania was recently invited to teach in the Bachelor of Rhythm and Rhythmics at the Conservatoire royal de Bruxelles, an innovative 3-year training co-founded by Arnould Massart, for professional music and rhythm teachers to develop further skills working in artistic, educational, socio-cultural or health-care settings.

Based between Australia and Europe, Tania is currently conducting courses online, including her newly developed 20 minutes/ 20 Days TaKeTiNa Rhythm Morning meditations for the general public and for TaKeTiNa teachers worldwide.

Belinda Cody co-leader Melbourne 

Belinda V Cody was a student in the first TAKETINA Teacher’s Training conducted in Sydney, Australia, lead by founder and Master Teacher, Reinhard Flatischler, and Tania Bosak, now also Master Teacher. Since then, Belinda has had the privilege of supporting TAKETINA leaders, on surdo, in TAKETINA circles across Australia, from Bendigo to Darwin; from Katherine to Newcastle; from Melbourne to Dungog. Belinda is also an experienced, Trauma-Informed, Master’s qualified and Registered, Professional Arts Therapist (MCAT; AThR) in part-time, private practice. This improvising flute player and performer is also a trained DrumBeat practitioner (provisional), and currently a doctoral candidate in Therapeutic Arts Practice.



February 12, 2021
March 14, 2021
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