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TaKeTiNa Centre SYDNEY – 6 casual sessions
April 1 @ 7:00 pm - 8:45 pm AEDT
An event every week that begins at 7:00pm on Monday, repeating until April 15, 2019
For the first time, local TaKeTiNa teachers come together to present the Sydney TaKeTiNa Centre Rhythm Meditation Sessions over 6 Monday nights in Erskinville!
WELCOME to this 6-week immersion into rhythm, music and meditation. In this 6 week cycle of TaKeTiNa sessions, you’re invited to experience this unique rhythm, body, voice and meditation practice, normally done as part of a larger 3-day immersion.
NO music or meditation experience is necessary. All you need is your body, your voice and some playful curiosity!
💫WHAT IS TAKETINA?💫
TaKeTiNa is a unique, holistic, playful and transformational way of experiencing and understanding rhythm, leading participants into a deeply relaxed and meditative state.
Using the body as the instrument, participants are guided at three simultaneous rhythmic levels, through stepping, clapping and the voice.
The rhythmic process becomes a mirror for our personal process and allows us to access states of relaxation, inner presence and awareness; choose our desired learning pace; and explore the space between tension and relaxation, stillness and movement, inner and outer worlds.
In the realm of music and in daily life TaKeTiNa can help you to:
✨Access deep states of relaxation, spaciousness and stillness
✨Develop multi-layered perception
✨Experience profound states of inner presence
✨Connect to yourself and those around
✨Quieten the nervous system
✨Bring awareness and curiosity to habitual response patterns
✨Put aside any anxiety about ‘getting it right’
✨Explore chaos patterns, in rhythm and in everyday life, and our responses to such challenges
✨Find your personal learning pace and engage at your desired level of simplicity or complexity
✨Stay in flow
The 6 weeks will be jointly facilitated by Sydney TaKeTiNa teachers – Jemma Tabet, Suze Pratten, Is Guillemin and Paula Novotna with a special launch by Melbourne-based Master TaKeTiNa teacher Tania Bosak on March 11th.