TaKeTiNa® Teacher Training Australasia
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TaKeTiNa® Rhythm Process
For expressions of interest in future TaKeTiNa® Teacher training in Australia contact Pulse Rhythm Events Australia
The format of a certified TaKeTiNa Teacher training is offered as six x 2-week intensive sets over 2.5 years, where participants gather and learn to integrate musical, educational, and therapeutic skills and knowledge. Certified TaKeTiNa® teachers can use those skills both as TaKeTiNa® teachers as well as utilize the work as an effective tool in their related fields.
TaKeTiNa® is a worldwide registered trademark, and the process and its content is subject to copyright. Teacher trainings are conducted by certified Master TaKeTiNa Teachers. The process can only be led by certified TaKeTiNa teachers registered with the TaKeTiNa Institute.
TaKeTiNa®Rhythm Process was founded by Reinhard Flatischler.
4th Australian TaKeTiNa® Teacher Training
WHAT IS TaKeTiNa®?
TaKeTiNa® is a holistic group learning process and a profoundly new way of experiencing and understanding rhythm.
In TaKeTiNa® music, movement, communication are integrated to create a new process for learning and transformation. Learning with the TaKeTiNa® process develops inner presence, creativity, musicality, and opens an awareness of our individual patterns, which inhibit our lives and relationships. As a deeply relaxing and meditative process, TaKeTiNa requires no musical experience and invites participants to go at their own pace.
Who is it for?
The TaKeTiNa® rhythm teacher training is for people wanting to: • Learn and teach rhythm and meditation on a professional level.
• Develop the skills and qualities of a true leader.
• Apply the principles of the process to one’s professional field, including music education, therapy, transpersonal psychology, expressive arts, somatic processes, and health and well-being practices.
• Guide people with one of the most effective learning processes of our time.
Body as Instrument
Learning through the body is direct and requires no technical skills. Rhythms are layered into the body through stepping, clapping, and the voice. The rhythms become a mirror for our personal process and teaching us how to enter our true authentic nature.
Along the Taketina training journey, I realize I have been opening myself to others much more than ever. I have long been very shy and insecure with others, thinking with exaggeration that anyone out of my close circle could be a threat. It was out of my control and indeed linked to a disproportionate fear of the unknown. This training was of course challenging but helped me to allow myself, very gradually, securely and effectively, to trust in me and in others as well.