TaKeTiNa Rhythm Days 2012 (free) Aug 8-15

 

TaKeTiNa is a unique rhythm process where participants are guided into layers of rhythm: voice, steps and claps.  As the layers of rhythm are created, there can be moments of utter stillness followed by intense moments of chaos!  Yet, within the chaos, there is the opportunity to “fall out” of rhythm only to give you a great chance to “fall” into rhythm.  Which can become an incredible metaphor for life = do we “push”, or can we merely “allow”?

You are invited to experience Taketina, one of the most efficient learning musical potential through rhythm methods available today. It is a process for activating human and musical potential through rhythm.

TaKeTiNa trainings have been held here for over 13 years. We’ve seen cycles of students come and go and have shared wonderful moments with many of them. Each 4 year training cycle concludes with a series of certification workshops. Students in the TaKeTiNa training have an opportunity to gain certification as a teacher in the TaKeTiNa rhythym process, developed by Reinhard Flatischler. Students will demonstrate their skills by each leading a TaKeTiNa journey. These powerful workshops are free and open to the public.

When Beginning Aug. 8 – 15, sixteen TaKeTiNa students will be seeking certification, so there will be 16 workshops.  There is a morning workshop from 10:30 am – 1:00 pm, and an afternoon workshop from 4:00 – 6:30 pm.  You are welcome to attend as many certification workshops as you wish. We are offering a lunch option as well for those interested. Lunch will be served from 1:30 – 2:15 and is $16, paid directly to Still Meadow.

All other inquiries or to reserve your spot in one of the sessions please email Elaine Fong at enf1234@att.net

 

 

 

To Learn more about the TaKeTiNa experience please view this short YouTube video with founder Reinhard Flatischler.

TaKeTiNa Flatischler YouTube

Click Here to view another video that explains some of the medical research that has been done using the TaKeTiNa method. There are also clips within this video that show past workshops so you can get a better feel of the experience.

 

 

 

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